This game, despite being free, feels like a paid game. The graphics are nice and not too heavy on your computer (As my potato can run it) and is loads of fun for speedrunners and track builders. You can use your creativity for both making and driving tracks, as there is always a shortcut to be found. The community is still very active after all those years and I would suggest this to people who want to focus on one thing at a time. If you would wish to play online against others, I would suggest buying the game. It is also easy to learn, hard to master, which also lends to the replayability of this game.
Trackmania Nations Forever is such a blast to play. Players can create their own tracks, share them online, and compete against each other for the fastest times. It's hard not to say no to a game like this since its free.
Aunque se ha quedado antiguo, sigue siendo un vicio el multijugador. Jugar contra decenas de personas de muchísimos países por ver quien hace en cada circuito el menor tiempo posible engancha cosa mala.
No cars to choose from. It's just building your own tracks and enjoying the endless speed. Free to play. My favourite thing is that the entire single player challenges are all just time trials. There's 4 buttons: Left, Right, Up, Down. No handbrake, no nitrous, no gears. Just pure speed. Really fun and arcadey. Plus there's regional, national and worldwide leaderboards.
I installed the game on Steam. It said it wants to do a peer to peer test and it got stuck on a white screen with some boxes appearing in some places if I hover the mouse over them. Nothing happened so I googled how to fix it. Had to change the ini file for that. Didn't work. Then I tried the update button on the launcher and there was an update that fixed it. Amazing. Why isn't this update on Steam?
Then I'm now stuck at trying to fiqure out how to get the game to work in BORDERLESS FULLSCREEN. Then thing that people with more monitors use. It doesn't exist, so so far the game has been horrible. I wish I could play it since it looks cool in Youtube videos.
SummaryNations Forever, the sequel to TrackMania Nations, offers a new "Forever" version of the Stadium environment, a solid solo mode and 65 brand new, progressively difficult tracks. TrackMania Nations Forever will unite an even larger number of players thanks to its engaging multiplayer modes, innovative online functions and revolutionary in...