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New Redline Screenshots
8:19 AM | Marcus Albers | 11 comments

The folks over at Ambrosia Software have posted a couple of new screenshots of their long-in-development racer, Redline. The racer, which has been on Ambrosia's site since late 2002, boasts an advanced physics engine and graphics engine, offering a very realistic driving experience.

In addition to Redline's physics engine, the remarkable 3D engine presents a visual feast of polygons flying past at 200mph+ as you barrel down the race track. We don't want to give away too much at this time, but suffice it to say that we also have some interesting surprises in store for the avid racing fan.
The current version is listed as 1.0.1b6. Be sure to stay with IMG for new information as this game nears release.

Ambrosia Software Web Board - Redline Progress Log
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