DescriptionStunts (4D Sports Driving outside of US) is a 3D car racing simulation. The game contains a variety of cars, courses, and opponents to choose from. The game provides unusual stunt objects including loops, corkscrews and jumps. It is possible to watch races in instant replay from different camera angles. A track editor is included as well.
- "4D Sports Driving" -- European title
- "4D Driving" -- Japanese title
Part of the Following Groups
- Automobile: Audi Quattro
- Automobile: Chevrolet Corvette
- Automobile: Honda NSX
- Automobile: Lamborghini Countach
- Automobile: Lancia Delta
- Automobile: Porsche 911
- Automobile: Porsche 962
- Distinctive Software 4D series
- Gameplay feature: Recordable replays
- Games with manual lookup copy protection
- Genre: Stunt racing
|Joystick (French)||Mar, 1991||96 out of 100||96|
|Raze||Feb, 1991||91 out of 100||91|
|Retrogaming.it||Apr 04, 2008||9 out of 10||90|
|ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)||Jan, 1991||880 out of 1000||88|
|Génération 4||Mar, 1991||86 out of 100||86|
|Tilt||Dec, 1990||17 out of 20||85|
|Top Secret||Sep, 1992||4 out of 5||80|
|Power Play||Apr, 1991||77 out of 100||77|
|Play Time||Jun, 1991||66 out of 100||66|
|ASM (Aktueller Software Markt)||Mar, 1991||4.6 out of 12||38|
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TriviaThis game is referred to in a few places as "4D-Racing". Search Related Sites for the FAQ and more info why.
Stunts was developed by the same team (DSI) that made Test Drive and Test Drive 2 for Accolade. It was released around the same time Test Drive 3 (not made by DSI) was released.
Editor's note: Accolade chose not to renew their business relationship with DSI for Test Drive 3 because DSI had, under a "psuedonym" (USI), used the same technology they developed for TD1 and TD2 in Outrun. Accolade sued them, claiming that they owned all the technology created for the Test Drive projects. (If memory serves, they settled out of court with DSI paying a settlement to Accolade.)
One of the appealing features of Stunts is how buggy it is. It is not uncommon to hit a car, wall, or other obstacle and--instead of merely crashing--fly straight up into the air 500 feet high, then slowly fall back to earth. There are many replays available on Stunts fan pages that document this.
Related Web Sites
- IGCD Internet Game Cars Database (Game page on IGCD, a database that tries to archive vehicles found in video games.)
- Luke's 4D Sports Homepage (From the author: "I set up this site because a like the game and I wanted to provide the fans of 4D Sports Driving with a place to share their knowledge, thoughts, and achievements. Later I found out that there already is quite a bunch of websites doing exactly that but well, here's another one. " It's actually a very comprehensive site.)
- Stunts 1.1 and 4D Sports Driving - A Comparison of Driving Speed (Alan Robinson's excellent comparison between all four versions of the game.)
- Stunts Racetracks and Links (A site with custom tracks for Stunts, and lots of links to Stunts web pages.)
- The Stunts Webring (A web ring for the Stunts game - links galore.)
- The Swedish Stunts Team (Swedish site dedicated to Stunts.)
- ZakStunts v8.0b (Fansite with an active community, competition events every months, new tracks, tips & tricks, new cars, replay uploads, rankings. statistics and other information on the game)