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TORCS will be present at GAME-OVER
We'll do a conference at a french exhibition:
Posted by torcs Tuesday, March 23, 2004 (12:46:42)
How-to import NFS cars
I have made a tutorial to explain how to import Need For Speed 3 and 4 cars.
It is available here:
NFS 3-4 Cars import for TORCS
Posted by torcs Saturday, March 20, 2004 (23:47:55)
New FAQ added and user's manual updated
A real FAQ is now available thanks to the efforts of Bernhard Wymann.
The user's manual (How-to Drive) is now updated for the 1.2.2 version.
Posted by torcs Thursday, February 26, 2004 (12:26:12)
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TORCS Version 1.2.2 is released
The long awaited new version of TORCS is now available.
The list of all the enhancements is so long that I let you discover all that by yourself.
I'd like to thanks all the people who participate and also all the people sending encouraging mails.
Special thanks to Christophe, Jean-Christophe and Bernhard Wymann.
Thanks also to Christos Dimitrakakis, Bernhard Kaindl, Gernot Galli, Thierry Thomas, Butch, Vincent Moyet, Jens Thiele, Paul Bain, Henrik Enqvist... and to all the people I forgot in this list.
All the practical details about this release can be found on the Download & Install page.
The "How-To Drive" user's manual is not yet ready but I'm working on it.
Note: please send your problems/requests/remarks... to the [torcs-user] mailing list, and don't forget to register first because the list does not allow external posts (to avoid unsollicited messages).
Posted by torcs Thursday, February 12, 2004 (14:00:37)
Some news about the project:
I'm preparing a 1.2.2 version with nice features like in-game map (by Berniw), head and brake lights, shadows on cars and beter 3D objects structure for performance (by Christophe), split-screen, mirrors, windows transparency on the Patwo's rally cars and new car packs from K/Cendra (see the link in the side block).
I also went last week-end to an event where the LUG of Savoie (www.alpinux.net) was showing a coupling between a Peugeot 406 board and a Linux-PC. TORCS was used to demonstrate the coupling. click on "read more..." to see the pictures.
Posted by torcs Tuesday, October 21, 2003 (11:30:11)
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