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Introduction

Re-Volt is a radio control car racing video game created by Acclaim Studios London (formerly Probe Software) and firstly released by Acclaim Entertainment in July 1999. Although Acclaim went bankrupt in 2004, the game continued to be supported by fans over the years.

Re-Volt Wiki is a collaborative encyclopedia which is online since 2006. Our aim is to document and archive everything about this classic racing game. The wiki format allows anyone to create or edit any article, so we can all work together to create a comprehensive Re-Volt database.

Have a nice stay! Please visit the Wiki Activity page for staying tuned in the most recent changes and activity in the wiki.


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Rookie Starpos

Rookie cars at the start grid of Toys in the Hood 1.

Cars stands for any vehicle installed or made for Re-Volt. According to the theme of the game, these vehicles are mostly toys controlled by a radio-frequency link (R/C or Radio-controlled) and are much smaller than common vehicles used to transport humans.

Cars are selected at the car selection screen after the player's name is entered at the Name Wheel, or during a play mode with the CHANGELING cheat code. They're stored in white rectangular boxes placed at the Frontend when they're not in use. Each car has an illustrative representation of their appearance at the box front commonly called box art, or carbox due to the bitmap file they're usually stored in the game's data folder (carbox1.bmp, carbox2.bmp and carbox3.bmp).

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Recent Activity

August 20, 2019

      14:34 Talk:Soundtracks‎ (diff | hist) . . (+509)‎ . . AllanO1 (Talk | contribs) (Little Toy Carz (N64): new section)
      14:14 Kipy‎ (diff | hist) . . (+65)‎ . . AllanO1 (Talk | contribs) (Adding categories)
      10:01 Soundtracks‎ (diff | hist) . . (+17)‎ . . RexyWood (Talk | contribs) (Nintendo 64 version: )

August 16, 2019

+-     08:32 Kipy‎‎ (2 changes | hist) . . (-186)‎ . . [Drnaud‎ (2×)]
     08:32 (cur | prev) . . (-47)‎ . . Drnaud (Talk | contribs) (Removed wrongly attached links)
     08:32 (cur | prev) . . (-139)‎ . . Drnaud (Talk | contribs) (Fixed links.)


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Screenshot of the Moment

Gbc sgt market
One of the several screenshots shared by Quang Nguyen, programmer of the cancelled Game Boy Color port of Re-Volt.

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In the News

March 10th, 2019

The Pemto Pack Project was finally concluded, reaching the number of 99 skins for Kiwi's and r6te's remodel of Mc RC based on Pemto. Also, almost one year has been passed since the release of the car. 45 people participated in this project, which started at March 18th 2018. The skins can be downloaded here.

March 06th, 2019

Javildesign posted pictures in his website of an work in progress level for Re-Volt, which is looking very nice. Javildesign is an CG artist which was known in the community for creating The bunker in 2014. You can see more of his work by visiting http://javildesign.com/. Links for the screenshots: [1] [2] [3] [4] (some were borrowed from Re-Volt XTG)

Febuary 17th, 2019

At late January 2019, MightyCucumber has found and contacted Quang Nguyen, which was the programmer of the Re-Volt Game Boy Color port. He answred in the beginning of the next month, sharing worthful information about the development history and a pack of screenshots of the port. Those can be found in the Re-Volt (GBC) article.

Also, an event celebrating the 20th anniversary of Re-Volt is about to begin: the RVGL Ladder, a competition where participants should keep their score average as high as they can. The best drivers will compete real prizes! More information available at the official website.

January 26th, 2019

The community is discussing ideas on how to celebrate the Re-Volt 20th anniversary, which will happen on July 31st. You can check the forum discussion topic by going here.

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