Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] If the installation menu does not appear within one minute after inserting the CD, double click on the "My Computer" icon on the desktop. Follow the instructions in the installation menu to install 4x4 EVO to your hard drive.
UNINSTALLING THE GAME
To uninstall 4x4 EVO do the following: 1. Go to the 4x4 EVO folder in the START>Programs menu and left click on the Uninstall 4x4 EVO Icon.
STARTING THE GAME
To start 4x4 EVO do the following: 1. Go to the 4x4 EVO folder in the START>Programs menu and left click on the 4x4 Evolution Icon.
MENU CONTROLS Up/Down/Left/Right Up, Down, Left, Right Arrow keys Select. [. . . ] More front braking will cause your vehicle to be very stable under braking but very difficult to turn while braking. If the slider is adjusted towards the rear (right side) the rear brakes will get more power than the front. More rear braking will cause your vehicle to be very unstable under braking but very easy to turn while braking. TORQUE SPLIT: In order to enable the torque split setting your vehicle must be equipped with a racing transfer case. If your vehicle did not come equipped with a racing transfer case you can purchase one in career mode. The torque split setting allows you to adjust how power is distributed between the front and rear tires of your vehicle while in 4WD mode. If the slider is adjusted towards the front (left side) then the front tires will get more torque than the rear. More torque on the front tires helps steer the vehicle through the corners but can also cause your vehicle to understeer. The front tires will spin easier than the rear if they have more torque. If the slider is adjusted to the rear (right side) then the rear
tires will get more torque than the front. HANDLING BALANCE: The handling balance slide allows you to adjust how the vehicle is balanced while cornering. If the slider is adjust towards understeer (left side) the vehicle will be easy to control but difficult to turn. If the slider is adjusted towards oversteer (right side) the vehicle will be more difficult to control but will turn very quickly.
Set the handling balance as far towards oversteer as you can while still being able to turn laps without spinning out or sliding too much. When your tires are in the air they are unable to accelerate your vehicle. If you are driving slow up a hill first try manual transmission and down shift to a lower gear. Starting off in four-wheel drive low will give you extra punch off of the starting line. Don't forget to change to four-wheel drive high before you top out in your highest gear.
Having a problem getting your game to run?Please check out the file readme. txt on the 4X4 EVO CD for last minute information and answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ's). If you would prefer to talk to someone in person, you can reach our tech support staff at (410) 933-9191. Eastern Time.
C R E AT E D B Y T E R M I N A L R E A L I T Y PRODUCER: John O'Keefe LEAD PROGRAMMER: Allen Bogue PROGRAMMING: Matt Bogue, Chris Bream, Fletcher Dunn, Rob Minnis, Kiu Pau, Mark Randel, Nathan Rausch LEAD ARTIST: Chuck Carson ART: Andrew Billups, Mario Merino, Brian Stevens ADDITIONAL ART: Chris DeSimone, David Haber, Terry Simmons LEAD LEVEL DESIGNER: David Glasscock MUSIC: Kyle Richards SOUND EFFECTS: Paul Eckstein BIZ GUY: Brett Combs PR: Drew Haworth, Andrew Hoolan HOUSE MOM: Marilyn Webb QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGER: Brett Evan Russell TESTING LEAD: Ally Kates INTERNAL BETA TESTERS: Patrick Doran, Ryan Gutknecht, Chris Haga, Melanie Hines, Mike Hermes, Anthony Jones, John Ohlson, Jason Sussman, Tatum Tippett, Tim Tischler
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