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Stunt GP

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In Stunt GP, you control one of 16 different remote-controlled cars. The cars are divided in three categories: Wild-Wheels, Speed Demons and Aeroblaster, each with it's unique driving feel. The cars can be tuned up with many different tuning parts, like better batteries, tires, suspension etc. - a total of 1000 different combinations.

You race on 24 original, colorful tracks with tons of bridges, ramps and loopings. You can perform absolutely breathtaking stunts on these tracks, but you need to be careful about the battery - if the car runs out of power, the race is probably over very soon. In each track you can recharge your car's battery by driving through a tunnel above the start/finish line.

Of course, it's possible to play multiplayer. No network support is included, so multiplayer gaming stages on one PC in split screen mode.


Stunt GP Windows This lets us choose a vehicle...
Stunt GP Windows This is the stunt arena where you can perform insane tricks and get points for them
Stunt GP Windows The parts catalog
Stunt GP Windows This *could* result in a hard landing...

Alternate Titles

  • "StuntGP" -- PS2 version official title

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The Press Says

GamersMark PlayStation 2 Nov 20, 2001 8 out of 10 80
SEGA-Portal.de Dreamcast Sep 20, 2009 8 out of 10 80
Power Unlimited Windows Jun, 2001 77 out of 100 77
GameSpot (Belgium/Netherlands) Windows Mar 28, 2001 75 out of 100 75
GameStar (Germany) Windows Jul, 2001 72 out of 100 72
Gamers Europe Windows Mar 25, 2002 7 out of 10 70
Jeuxvideo.com Dreamcast Jul 23, 2001 13 out of 20 65
GameSpot PlayStation 2 Nov 20, 2001 5 out of 10 50
GameZone PlayStation 2 Nov 29, 2001 5 out of 10 50
Game Informer Magazine PlayStation 2 Jan, 2002 4 out of 10 40


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Stunt GP has had quite an difficult development. While it was to be published by Hasbro originally, the company was acquired by Infogrames, who chose to dump the title. It was finally published after a 6-month delay by EON for the PC, and Titus for the Dreamcast.

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