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I was playing Big Rigs and I seem to have discovered something.
 
#1 06-12-2012, 13:07:51 PM
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You know how everyone has the liberty to go in full reverse however fast you want? What if you wanted to keep your speed at 670,616,629 miles per hour? What if you wanted to keep that speed but you don't want to build up your speed back up to get there?  Well, you can! That's right! I have figure out how to slow down IN REVERSE! More freedom to do what you want! Here's the strategy:
 :stalin:
1. Hold space (Go in reverse)
2. Wait to go to the speed that you want
3. Hold up arrow
4. Release space
5. Then you begin to slow down
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If you get too low, then speed back up again!:
1. Keep the up arrow pressed
2. Hold space
3. Release up arrow
4. You begin to speed up again
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I hope this helps everyone because all of you are  :stamp:


#2 06-12-2012, 13:35:36 PM
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I find this discovery delicious. A  :stamp: is you.


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#3 06-12-2012, 13:38:36 PM
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Incredible discovery :youreman:

Unless this is just for the patched version?


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#4 06-12-2012, 13:42:05 PM
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Hmmmmm... I do have the patched version... But I don't know if it has much effect on the strategy. I'll test it out right now.


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Just confirmed. It does, in fact work in the unpatched version.


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#7 07-12-2012, 02:42:35 AM
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#8 07-12-2012, 04:05:47 AM
This means that the Gamespot review is full of (even more) lies!  Good job!  :belair:




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#9 07-12-2012, 04:28:08 AM
hmm what will this mean for competitive big rigs?? I think it will really shake up the tournament scene.


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#10 07-12-2012, 18:09:44 PM
We're about to see a drastic shift in the metagame


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#11 09-12-2012, 04:05:50 AM
I just want to be able to accelerate infinitely forwards. If a sequel is made to Big Rigs, this has to be done. In fact, if Big Rigs were to take place in space, this would be physically possible. So, Big Rigs 2 should be in space. It could be called Space Rigs.


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#12 09-12-2012, 10:51:19 AM
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if accelerating infinitely in space were possible we'd have reached light speed travel already you bellend


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#13 09-12-2012, 12:50:44 PM
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if accelerating infinitely in space were possible we'd have reached light speed travel already you bellend

According to Wikipedia, current propulsion technology would take a craft many years to reach that speed you bellend.

Seriously, don't get me started on the problems with current space travel technology. You want to test special relativity? Good luck packing a spacecraft with enough fuel to accelerate at 1G for a year. As far as ion drives are concerned, they go at about 0.000092 m/s^2. Good luck with that! By my calculations (assuming the speed of light is 299,792,458 m/s), current spacecraft capable of reaching the speed of light would take about 565 and a half years.


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if accelerating infinitely in space were possible we'd have reached light speed travel already you bellend

According to Wikipedia, current propulsion technology would take a craft many years to reach that speed you bellend.

Seriously, don't get me started on the problems with current space travel technology. You want to test special relativity? Good luck packing a spacecraft with enough fuel to accelerate at 1G for a year. As far as ion drives are concerned, they go at about 0.000092 m/s^2. Good luck with that! By my calculations (assuming the speed of light is 299,792,458 m/s), current spacecraft capable of reaching the speed of light would take about 565 and a half years.

yes congratulations you just proved yourself wrong


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#15 09-12-2012, 13:51:52 PM
if accelerating infinitely in space were possible we'd have reached light speed travel already you bellend

According to Wikipedia, current propulsion technology would take a craft many years to reach that speed you bellend.

Seriously, don't get me started on the problems with current space travel technology. You want to test special relativity? Good luck packing a spacecraft with enough fuel to accelerate at 1G for a year. As far as ion drives are concerned, they go at about 0.000092 m/s^2. Good luck with that! By my calculations (assuming the speed of light is 299,792,458 m/s), current spacecraft capable of reaching the speed of light would take about 565 and a half years.

yes congratulations you just proved yourself wrong

By "possible" I meant "theoretically possible with magic Big Rigs thrusters". If you could constantly accelerate a rig at 1G without any fuel considerations, anything is possible. You just tried to trip me up with the old special relativity gag.


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