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    raaaid's Avatar Senior Member
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    so it behaves as a real car but you drive it on a road on the stars

    to see galaxies balckholes novas supernovas while driving, it could be cool

    does this exist now?
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    why dont you make it, you will get rich
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    There was 'Loony Tunes Racer' a few years back - had space tracks in it for Marvin the Martian. Seriously.

    I ought to get out more.
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    F-Zero?

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    Raaaid,

    do you use linux?

    If so, go into synaptic manager/search and use keyword "education".

    I remember seeing a virtual tour of the solar system program but didn't try it. Maybe there's something more.

    Fritz
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    Try the training area for the "Independence War" space sim.

    You have to try to move the spaceship through these metal rings along a timed course. This simulator was similar to the IL2 sim with a steep learning curve. I gave the game up after I busted my keyboard with a hammerfist.

    I then moved on to less demanding games such as "Chutes and Ladders", "Candyland", and "IL2 Sturmovik".
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    Mariocart 64 had a rainbow track...
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    Originally posted by Pirschjaeger:
    Raaaid,

    do you use linux?

    If so, go into synaptic manager/search and use keyword "education".

    I remember seeing a virtual tour of the solar system program but didn't try it. Maybe there's something more.

    Fritz
    stellarium. its seriously cool stuff. especially when you speed up time... or even go backwards in time.
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    Thanks Baldie

    Stellarium for XP
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