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Competition 2017 / ZCT195 - Who built this thing?
« on: October 05, 2017, 03:51:07 AM »
Well, this is the first time I open the topic for a track. Duplode, if I forget something, feel free to edit. Here I go: :)
As usual for my tracks, this is a fast and crazy circuit, in which I've tried to include as many stunt combinations as I could. I made sure that wherever you are, you always see something around, be it scenery or stunts from another part of the track. I had estimated that the car of the race was going to be Jaguar, so I made sure the double-jump could be performed with it. Lotus seems like another plausible option, although you'd have to skip the jump.

After the race start, I realised GAR was going to be difficult. When I tried to make a GAR lap, I had a hard time. If I go carefully, trying not to crash, then I don't have enough speed for the double-jump when I get there. That's the main thing. But I think you guys are more experienced than I am and you'll manage to make it :p

Competition 2017 / Re: Guest tracks 2017
« on: September 16, 2017, 07:32:00 PM »
Sure!  Sounds good, mate

Live Races / Re: Live Races 2017
« on: September 16, 2017, 07:30:31 PM »
Maybe we should PM them about it, although it should populate as soon as they log into the forum :S

Live Races / Re: Live Races 2017
« on: September 15, 2017, 06:12:45 AM »
Maybe an announcement should be made as "news" on ZakStunts site about the Live Races, so we ensure enough quorum. Is it possible to also include an image there, so it calls everybody's attention?  Oh, and was Seeker's account activated in the end?

Competition 2017 / Re: Guest tracks 2017
« on: September 15, 2017, 06:09:51 AM »
As many as you'd like!  I have one ready that I'd like to try. It's an oldie, but I think it'd be nice to have it in a tournament. And of course, I can also design a brand new one

Site Announcements / Re: 2018 and on...
« on: September 15, 2017, 06:05:26 AM »
I can write news too, if necessary. Also, an introduction to incoming tracks, etc. I feel comfortable with that. If anything else is needed, count me on too. Of course, track design is something I enjoy too. :D

Competition 2017 / Re: Guest tracks 2017
« on: September 14, 2017, 07:33:00 PM »
Well, if nobody that hasn't posted a track this year wants to post one there, I have an extra track I'd like to put in one of those :-)

Competition 2017 / Re: Guest tracks 2017
« on: September 13, 2017, 03:51:42 AM »
I've got my new track ready for ZCT195. I had tried about three times before to get the inspiration for a nice track and I think today I got it  :)
I still have over two weeks to send it, but I'll do it now, just in case. I think you guys will like it  ;D

Is it already decided who will author the November and December tracks?

Live Races / Re: Live Races 2017
« on: September 09, 2017, 10:40:35 PM »
I'm in!  Definitely!

The ideal date for me would be the 23rd, because the 14th is my birthday, which makes it likely that I do something on the 16th and because on Sundays I tend to not be at home in the afternoons, but anyway, if I know in advance, I could make space for any of the other days.

I think we should make it double (or maybe triple) this time again. I could prepare one of tracks (or two). It'd be great if we had many participants this time. We could make a video explaining the rules and promoting the live race, upload it to YouTube and post it on the site :)

Site Announcements / Re: 2018 and on...
« on: September 08, 2017, 12:21:06 AM »
I totally agree with Dreadnaut. We support you so that you can enjoy everything you like from Stunts without the burden of having to do the part you don't feel like doing :-)

Site Announcements / Re: 2018 and on...
« on: September 06, 2017, 05:01:07 AM »
Zak, mate, I sure understand. I can only imagine what it must be like to keep on doing this continuously for so many years non-stop. And I agree too that the championship can't be closed, as it's the only running one and it's been like that most of the time for years. I'm just an average member here, not a great pipsqueak, not the most active, not the oldest. Whatever I can give a hand with, count on me. You guys already know what I'm good, average and bad at. Maybe each could take care of one aspect or they could be grouped. Perhaps we should make a list of the tasks that need to be taken care of and see who'd be best for what, who'd want to do it and who others would vote for it.

What are the tasks that are taking most of the time?   What do you feel the most tired of doing?

Competition 2017 / Re: ZCT190 - AR Turbo
« on: June 05, 2017, 04:53:38 AM »
Hi, guys... just wated to share this RPL that happened to me as I was racing this track. We all know these things usually happen in Stunts, but it's still fun to share :P

Stunts Related Programs / Re: Bliss / Cas-Stunts track editor
« on: May 20, 2017, 09:50:46 PM »
Thanks. If you see anything acting up, just let me know.

Stunts Related Programs / Re: Bliss / Cas-Stunts track editor
« on: May 17, 2017, 03:08:48 AM »
My goodness!  Duplode's was the last message in the Stunts Related Programs subforum till now!  And it was in December... Anyway...
Just wanted to tell you guys I've made a few touches to Bliss in the last months and I thought I should by now update the program as it's published. You can download the latest version (Bliss 2.5.2) from here:

It's just a couple of bug fixes and two simple features:
- You can now set a "Stunts directory" and a "Tracks directory" for more comfortable access. If you feel comfortable editing the configuration file, you can also add your own extra directory links there by following the instructions in the manual, but the two I mentioned can also be modified from the Settings menu.
- Although Bliss is a portable project, you can, if you prefer, move the executable to a protected location so that it cannot be written to by other programs (protection from trojans). Bliss will try to find its data files at /home/user/bliss or /home/user/.bliss for GNU/Linux or %appdata%\bliss for Windows or follow the PATH for DOS. Only if not found there, it will try to locate them at the executable directory.

Stunts Chat / Re: Writing article about Stunts - interviewees wanted!
« on: April 11, 2017, 04:23:39 AM »
Great article, Oliver!  Thanks for writing about us :)
Only one tiny mistake:
in glorious 640×480 resolution -> Stunts uses 320x200!   Even more glorious! :)

I'll download this article and keep it :)

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