Mods restore Loopy Taxi’s analog controls, product placement, and extra
When the arcade sport Loopy Taxi was re-released on Steam in 1999, it was lacking some options from the unique sport that had been current within the earlier PC port, in addition to the Dreamcast model. Specifically a bunch of radical Dangerous Faith songs (and a few tunes from The Offspring too, I feel), product placements from varied real-world manufacturers, and analog controls that really labored.
Whereas a workaround to revive the unique soundtrack was floating round a while in the past, fixes for Loopy Taxi’s different lacking components had been both unreliable or incomplete. That has modified because of a collaboration between Alexvgz and Silent chances are you’ll know from patches just like the one which introduced again the piss filter from Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Loopy Taxi Dreamcast Restoration 2.0 restores the Pizza Hut, KFC, Levi, and Tower Data logos to in-game locations, and in addition restores FILA, which has not solely been renamed to a shoe rack however has been eliminated as a passenger vacation spot for some cause. The Loopy Taxi SilentPatch ensures that analog controls work correctly – the issue turned out to be misconfigured lifeless zones – and restores cheats to alter digicam mode and activate a speedometer, in addition to repair some bugs. You’ll be able to even play it with a steering wheel now.
You’ll be able to obtain each mods on Github and examine their creation.