acer is a FREE car simulation project, using real car physics to get a realistic feeling. Cars, tracks, scenes and such can be created with relative simplicity in mind (compared to other driving simulations). The 3D and other file formats are, or should be, documented. Editors and support programs are also available to get a very flexible and expandable simulator. It uses OpenGL for rendering.
A Windows (95/98/ME/2000/XP) Pentium I/II/III/IV machine, anything from 100Mhz and up will probably do. A 3D accelerator card is HIGHLY recommended. An OpenGL1.1 driver (or better). If you don't have one, try GLSetup or your card manufacturer's site. NOTE: Voodoo1 and Voodoo2 are supported, by copying the 3dfxvgl.dll or 3dfxgl.dll into the Racer installation directory, and renaming it to opengl32.dll. DirectX7.0a or better. A TCP/IP network protocol driver (you more than likely have this already).
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