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Monster Truck Fury takes monster truck racing outdoors, on off-road tracks. There are six trucks to choose from, and six tracks such as Arizona, Colorado, the Mojave Desert, Grand Canyon and other courses in desolated areas. Game modes include Practice, Checkpoint Racing, Car Crushin' where you hunt down car wrecks, and Lane Races on regular course tracks. Each race pitches you against three AI-controlled players. Most tracks only have natural borders and you are guided by green arrows that point to the right direction and display the distance to your next target.

All tracks have a desert theme with different weather types. Typically, a course consists or regular roads combined with mountains, craters, bridges and a few objects such as houses. There are lots of car wrecks you can use to jump, and obstacles such as livestock and bushes. The damage to your truck is visible and also measured in percentages. When in trouble, you can recover at all times with a penalty of three seconds. In the bottom left corner, you keep track of objectives, opponents and obstacles on a mini-map.

All race times are stored on scoreboards. Multiplayer consists of head-to-head split-screen (offline) or online races with four players in total. The game supports steering wheels with force feedback and gamepads.


Monster Truck Fury Windows Title screen
Monster Truck Fury Windows There are different weather settings per track.
Monster Truck Fury Windows On the Desert Ring track, where there is not enough place for the four of us.
Monster Truck Fury Windows A gentle nudge is the way to go.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Монстры Бездорожья" -- Russian spelling
  • "Monster Truck Rumble" -- ValuSoft North American Release

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Sciere (385438) added Monster Truck Fury (Windows) on Jul 28, 2006