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Wrong Way screenshot competition

Started by dreadnaut, March 24, 2021, 10:47:33 PM

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When you try to reach a page that doesn't exist, on ZakStunts, you get an error message with the title
Wrong way! (error 404)

It would be nice to have an image there as well, so I hereby open the Wrong Way screenshot competition!

You have until the 24th of April to upload your best Stunts screenshots, in which the game is showing its standard "WRONG WAY" message.

- Screenshots should be posted in this thread as attachments.
- Max two screenshots per person; if you come up with a better one, edit your message and replace the attachment.
- Keep the replay around, in case we need a different resolution later.
- If we get many, there'll be a shortlist and maybe a round of votes to choose the winner. Maybe not :P
- If we get many great ones, I might add them all on rotation.
- I think in-car camera screenshots would be better, but prove me wrong!

The winning screenshot will appear on the error page, with the name of the pipsqueak who took it :)


:D  This is a great idea!  I'll see what I can get
Earth is my country. Science is my religion.


I'll start of with a benchmark: the image I have been using as a forum avatar for years now.

This was based on something that I remembered seeing happening in the game ones, with me going "no shit Sherlock". But to actually get the shot the way I wanted I had to build a track for it.

It's remarkably subtle for what it is.



I don't know if it's that great, but I was trying to create something unique :)
Earth is my country. Science is my religion.



Thank you Overdrijf, Cas, and KyLiE!

Only a few days left, everyone else :o


During a test of the car I'm building ;)


Quote from: dreadnaut on April 22, 2021, 06:35:35 PM
Only a few days left, everyone else :o

Thanks for the reminder! Here are my submissions. The first one was made out of CTG's Z76 winning replay. (If you feel the "Opponent Near" message makes it too busy, I can redo it while pausing a little earlier). The second one was driven on Alan Rotoi's Z219.