Pretty sure installing it to an SSD is fine, I don't see it being banned from use in any modern (PC anyway) game. The other two I think wouldn't be allowed as it's a modification of the game and FPS changes can probably affect the game's physics as is the case with many games from that era.
So buddies. I have to interrupt.
I´m with u with the fps and the Ssd thing BUT It seems that Gelemboy in rookie% already used the widescreenfix just look at the car of drummernaught and me at the first race then look at Gelemboys. Take note of the Drift sign on the right side and the wheel on the left side. You will see that there is a difference.
I dont think It should not be forbidden if there is a Guide of how to install it. it just gives the game a better look. In my opinion its fine. but i am not a Moderator so i could not and dont want to decide
PLS think about it. Thanks.
Edit: my new PC Game runs are not verified so pls look at drummernaughts :D
Unless a patch of some sort is made that easily fixes the FPS cap, I don't think it should be allowed. As for widescreen patch, I think should be fine as it does not affect gameplay. A change in FPS does, as it could affect the timer as well as the cars' handling. We need to conduct tests to check for the effects it has on gameplay but runs done with 60fps will most definitely be better than 30fps. We could also have a 30fps/60fps sub-category for ILs.
Maybe that can work.
But you can't expect that every runner uses a hax editor for their juiced2.exe If you split that category pls upload and post a modifikated exe. I also know that its less fun with 30 fps but its a 13 year old game.
That's what I said though, @Rave_SR. It wouldn't be fair unless it was available to these boards.
Sorry, was busy with Real Life. I'll post the files when I stand up tomorrow.
No problem, take your time.
OK! I tried to, but theres no Option to upload something or create a new thread
You can upload it to the "Resources" tab under Patches, just click on the three dots on the side then Upload.
I checked, but neither in Chrome, Edge/IE or Opera GX are three dots on the side.