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Old 01-24-2008, 12:01 AM
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Post List of add-on sceneries made for World Racing 2

EDIT 18.05.2008:

Due to difficulties with maintaining all these threads in all WR2 forums (having different URL tags and features) I decide to host list at my site in special section. All recent entries can be found there.

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Below comes outdated list:
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Inspired by various carlists

List of add-on sceneries made for World Racing 2
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Following maps are known to be in progress:
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Dunsfold Airfield by Stew2000 (TopGear track) (canceled?)
Dunsfold Airfield project by Sevrouk (TopGear track)
Geländefahrzeugtestszenario scratch made by gamer94
Haifa city by SevrouK (freezed)
IndustrialZone from NFS5 conversion by Krom
Landstrasse from AFC11N conversion by AudiMaster (Beta available)
Leipzig Porsche Test Track by magpie and conversion by LS134 (Beta available)
LeMans by Pedro_Boticas conversion by LS134 (Beta available for registered members)
Mannheim by einzelgänger07
Mexiko MBWR map conversion by gamer94
Polish Roads 2006 Stage 2 by Lato conversion by TomWin (Beta available)
Stadt MBWR map conversion by Krom
Vice City airport area from GTA conversion by SevrouK
Village from scratch by HanSolo (early WIP)

This list is constantly growing and updated. Feel free to add info you know

P.S. Many of these maps can actualy be found at http://www.games.reveur.de
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Old 02-08-2008, 01:24 AM
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I can't open the wr2 manager a window appears on my screen that says "access violation at adress 00403CEE in module wr2man.exe. Read of adress F685D88B " and i don't know what to do. If i clich ok the manager opens but i cant do anything. Can someone explain to me how to use it?
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Old 02-09-2008, 03:22 AM
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Hi, and welcome here. Did you install the WR2 Manager in your main WR2 folder? It must be in there to work. If it's already in there, try deleting it, and downloading it again and re-install.

If it still does not work, try sending Krom a PM, or email. He made this program.

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Old 02-09-2008, 07:16 AM
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I didn't know it had to be in the wr2 folder. Thanks
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That'll be bloody right. I just went thru heaps of dead-end links via a google search only to be redirected back here, home.
As the game is so old all of the others have withdrawn there downloads from Rapid Share etc.
This time I made use of the British flag on http://games.reveur.de (english translation) and the downloads actually appeared.... and work.
I must have tried to download the Top Gear track from other sites about 4 or 5 times.

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