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Monster Truck Madness 2 :: Free PC Game Demo

Big bad burly trucks.
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Water's no match for a Monster Truck!
Courtesy of Microsoft

It's time for some rootin'-tootin' mud-flinging action in Microsoft's Monster Truck Madness 2. Huge trucks, gigantic tires, massive engines and more mud than you can pack into your little brothers shorts are coming your way for some rip-roaring racing action.

Monster Truck Madness 2 isn't about speed or pretty cars. It's slammin', jammin' crazy action. There's not much realism to get in the way of having a muddy good time. Some hardcore car freaks might complain but if you want to get messy then this is the game for you.

Monster Truck Madness 2 is an older game so it can't compare with the graphics from the newer games but mud's never looked so good - just don't spend all your time face down in it. The tracks are good, the trucks are enormous and rip up the tracks something fierce. You don't need to have a 3D video card to play it, but you're gonna be missing out without one.


The sounds are ok. They aren't crazy-good but if you have a microphone on your computer you can chat with people you're playing against. The multiplayer action is the biggest score about Monster Truck Madness 2. Pick it up and you can play truck vs. truck online against other kidz. Even the demo let's you hop online and have a blast. Remember some safety tips though, don't give out your name or any information online. The net can be dangerous.


Download the demo of Microsoft's Monster Truck Madness 2 from the official site. Check out the site, find the big green "Free Trial Version" button and click it. Then click the big blue "Download Now" button and away you go. It'll take about an hour to download the 17MB file so go kill some time then fire it up and get dirty!


Thumbs Up:

  • Mud, mud and more mud.
  • Huge trucks with monster attitude.
  • Easy to play.

  • Thumbs Down:

  • It's not very realistic.
  • You can't go very fast.

  • Systems:

    Computer - Pentium 133Mhz, Windows 95/NT, 16MB RAM, 30MB Hard Drive Space, 4X CD-ROM, Mud Flaps.

    Rating:


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