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 Post subject: Learning To Fly
PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 2004 10:09 pm 
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This's a short one minute circuit.

<center> <img src="http://malibu350.com/tracks/images/Learn2fly.jpg">


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 Post subject: wow
PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 2004 4:41 am 
This track is awsome, the course is short but somewhat engaging and the track feels very very solid, i love the theme, and the models and textures were excellant, and the usual malibu suprise i found after a brief bit of searching and enjoyed it quite a bit, the flying truck was a nice touch :)

overal this track is awsome


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hey mal how did u make the map or the course making a intersection i didn't know you could do that.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 2004 8:18 am 
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Wow! Did you convert that from EVO2?

Like, for example, the track called "Final Destination?"

It looks a lot like it.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 2004 3:35 pm 
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thats probably what it is. im gonna download it and take a look at another fine conversion.

hope "Silverton Pass" comes out excellent :D

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 2004 3:37 pm 
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since i accidentally double posted, i decided to make the second post count ;)

nice conversion, again! i also found some additions you made to be quite amusing, such as this one:
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 11, 2004 11:12 pm 
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>> This track is awsome...

Thanks Matt... you made my day and I'm glad ya had some fun on it :)

>> how did u make the map or the course making a intersection...

You're right on Grim, we can't get the map to display like that in the game, I drew that in with psp over a picture taken in OP's trackview.

>> Wow! Did you convert that from EVO2...

You guys are too sharp :P I prefer to make my own stuff from top to bottom like saddleback, ocir, or toy's-ita, etc. but that takes a ton of time that I always find myself short of [uhoh] I love the ground textures TRI made for Evo and I think they look way better in MTM, then the fact they already have them laid out saves me hours of work enabling me to build a track relatively quick... mtm tracks are a passion of mine, racing them, building them, or just admiring the finer brilliant details others have done.

>> i also found some additions you made to be quite amusing..

LoL... That's my second funniest cownap. The one I did in crazy 2000.5 with the crazed mechanical Barney chasing poor Phin the cow is still my personal favorite....


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 2:34 am 
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i also like the "mechanical bull" style plane with the dude on top of it hehe.

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Any body that know's me know's I LOVE short track racing and this track is WOW, AWESOME, WICKED or GREAT they all work :!: :!: :!: [tu]

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 11:20 pm 
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Exellent work again Mal, The obstacles are well positioned to deny short cuts. I love the scenery too.

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I'm attempting to gain new appreciation for the word "brevity". Not sure how it's going to workout for me, but in the mean time, here are my comments. :)

Awsome little track, Mal!


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Great, fun track. I was wondering about the title of the track, but when I drove on it and saw the planes I actually had to laugh [:-)]

And yeah, just like NIR_Nd4SpCharles - I really enjoy short tracks like these.

Thanks for this great track Mal!


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.. 0:58.97 by SLO_Jumper


... Now there's a replay I'd love to see... geeziz man you're smokin' it!!! ... well done :o)


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 15, 2004 4:18 am 
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Now there's a replay I'd love to see



Help yourself bud. The replay available is a 59.02, not really that far away from 58.97.

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Very cool. I'm having mucho fun racing this circuit. I also caught myself trying to identify each piece of plane "junk" I passed...Real good work dude!

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 16, 2004 7:53 am 
lol dogge i did that too, alot of F-86s, some ME-262's, some russian helicopters of a type i dont remember, the spruce goose, a C-5A, nose section of an F-106 sitting next to a P-51 wing, a B-52, a couple russian airliners, tail section of a B-66, pieces of a P-3, and an F-16(sort of, lol)

the track looks amazing at dusk, this is my new favorate track, and i usually dont even like circuts very much, once again, awsome


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2004 1:12 pm 
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Mal proves once more that the best thing about Evo2 are his track conversions.

I'm not really interested in all those planes, but some of them are so **cleverly** placed that you can hardly avoid having a closer look at them, lol.

When it comes to driving, this baby turns out to be a lot more subtle that you might expect from the first couple of laps. As Jumper already pointed out, smoothness is the key for success. Calm down and suddenly an unspectacular lap will turn out to be one second faster than your previous record.

Very well done Mal.
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