Monster Truck Madness
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|Windows||October 3, 1996|
|Monster Truck Madness|
|Monster Truck Madness||1996|
|Monster Truck Madness 2||1998|
- Palette issues with software rendering under Windows Vista and higher can be corrected using compatibility settings.
- Extensive electronic manual containing detailed information on every aspect of the game.
- Hardware-accelerated rendering has lower texture quality than software rendering.
- Truck O Rama MTM-1 Archive for additional tracks and trucks, along with instructions on how to install them.
|Retail||DRM-free with complete installation|
Perform complete installation
- One of the possible installation options, Complete, installs all game files to your hard drive (200 MB) for playing without the disc.
- Has the side benefit of making the game portable.
- A limited selection of low-quality songs will be used if the game CD (or any CD-Audio CD) isn't in the primary CD-ROM drive.
- Fixes some multiplayer issues.
- May need to be ran in Windows 95 compatibility mode in order to install properly.
Skip intro videos
|Skip intro videos|
Configuration file(s) location
Save game data location
|4K Ultra HD|
|Field of view (FOV)|
|Borderless fullscreen windowed||See the glossary page for potential workarounds.|
|Anisotropic filtering (AF)||Can be added using your GPU's control panel when using hardware rendering.|
|Anti-aliasing (AA)||Can be enabled by replacing "antialiasFlag=0" with "antialiasFlag=1" in MONSTER.INI.|
|Vertical sync (Vsync)||See the glossary page for potential workarounds.|
|60 FPS and 120+ FPS||Copy dll's from MS folder in DGVoodoo to game exe folder and use the DGV configutator for resolution/framerate etc
Same as above, just remember to tick "Enumerate Refresh Rates" and set resolution/refresh rate in DGV control panel
|Keyboard and mouse||State||Notes|
|Mouse input in menus|
|Mouse Y-axis inversion|
|Full controller support|
|Controller Y-axis inversion|
|Separate volume controls|
|Mute on focus lost|
|Red Book CD audio||On Windows, CD music might not play correctly; see the troubleshooting guide for solutions.|
|Matchmaking||MSN Gaming Zone is no longer available.|
|Protocol||Port(s) and/or port range(s)|
- Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) support status is unknown.
Software rendering causes palette issues under Vista and higher
|Set compatibility options|
"Feature not included" or "Help not supported" error when trying to open help files
- Windows Vista and later need an update to open legacy Help files.
|Install Windows Help program|
CD music not available
- CD music requires the disc in the first drive (CD-ROM 0).
- Some virtual drive software might not support CD music.
|Check drive is CD-ROM 0|
Check that the drive is set to CD-ROM 0.
|Multiplayer||MSN Gaming Zone||Shut down June 16, 2006.|
|Operating system (OS)||95|
|Processor (CPU)||Intel Pentium 60 (60 MHz)||Intel Pentium 166 (166 MHz)|
|System memory (RAM)||8 MB||12 MB|
|Hard disk drive (HDD)||20 MB||200 MB|
|Video card (GPU)||SVGA-compatible |
DirectX 2.0 compatible
- Q162510: Monster Truck Madness: Multiplayer Patch Information
- Verified by User:Expack3 on 2013-12-28
- Microsoft Support KB #917607