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Street Rod 3 Discussion / Re: Current state of development?
« on: September 11, 2018, 04:02:17 am »
Unfortunately there will be never Street Rod 3. The community won't do it, there is to much work and effort to make this kind of free game. Professional developer won't do it for various rerasons. Nobody knows who has the license rights to Street Rod and even with different name there is no much market for hot rod game set in 50's or 60's. A small comapny could do something similar set in present times but there is another problem. 30 years ago you didn't need to buy license for every car appearing in a game, now you have to.

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No good racing games in the vain of SR1 and 2 and MCO and HotRod American Street Drag but ,there are some good ones out there. One of the Devs posted on face book that they are tinkering with Unity Game Engine again.

It is not as simple as just making stages SR3  is bigger game than most realize and a monolithic under taking, especially with plans and story line being historical correct for the period. (1972 before the oil crysis)

Being steam require jumping a number or large legal hurdles too.

As long as the forums and site are up or the the very least the domain under out control it's all good and won't go away over my cold, dead, lifeless body.  ;D

Really, you still believe that this game will ever be made.

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Development / Re: Game engine
« on: November 03, 2012, 09:59:39 am »
One thing bothers/worries me no one has released a serious racing game with it. All I ever see are cartoony or arcade mobile racing games.


http://forum.unity3d.com/threads/87166-My-first-Unity-Racing-game
http://www.gamesradar.com/auto-club-revolution-hands-preview/
http://www.unityracingkit.com/

I think you can make quite realistic racing game with unity.

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Development / Re: Game engine
« on: November 03, 2012, 09:26:40 am »
Pro version of Unity costs 1,5k $, it shouldn't be hard to raise it and a few thousands more on Kickstarter or something similar.

BTW, with new Unity 4 you can port your game to Linux.

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