Destruction Derby 2

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Destruction Derby 2
Destruction Derby 2 cover
Developers
Reflections Interactive
Publishers
Psygnosis
Release dates
DOS 1996
Windows 1996
Destruction Derby 2 at Wikipedia
Destruction Derby
Destruction Derby 1995
Destruction Derby 2 1996

Availability[edit]

Source DRM Notes Keys OS
Retail
DRM details are not known
DOS
Windows
A demo is available.

Essential improvements[edit]

Patches[edit]

Patch 0.91 beta adds improved multiplayer support for the Windows version.

Skip intro videos[edit]

Delete/rename video file[1]
  1. Go to the installation folder.
  2. Delete or rename Intro.avi (Windows) or INTRO.DAT (DOS).

Game data[edit]

Save game data location[edit]

System Location
DOS <path-to-game>\SAVEGAME
Windows <path-to-game>\SaveGames
<path-to-game>\pname.txt
The save file (SaveGames for Windows, SAVEGAME for DOS) contains both settings and other data.
pname.txt contains the multiplayer player name (when using Patch 0.91 beta).

Video settings[edit]

General settings.
General settings.

Input settings[edit]

Audio settings[edit]

Audio settings.
Audio settings.
Audio options Native Notes
Separate volume controls
True for DOS, false for Windows (Windows has no music volume option).
Surround sound
Subtitles
Closed captions
Mute on focus lost

Localizations

Language UI Audio Sub Notes
English

Network[edit]

Multiplayer types

Type Native Players Notes
Local play
10 Hot seat
LAN play
Online play
Requires Patch 0.91 beta.

Connection types

Other information[edit]

API[edit]

Technical specs Supported Notes
Software renderer
64-bit executable

Issues fixed[edit]

Windows version crashes[edit]

Use dgVoodoo 2[1]
  1. Download dgVoodoo 2.
  2. Extract the contents of the MS folder into the installation folder.
  3. Run the game normally.

Restore music playback[edit]

_Inmm.dll can be used to fix the lack of game music by patching the EXE to run a special .dll file that emulates Redbook audio.
How to use _inmm.dll[citation needed]
  1. Download the _inmm.dll installer and extract it, then run the installer.
  2. Open your game CD in any application that rips audio CDs, and rip the audio into an easy to find place.
  3. Open _inmm.dll Setup
  4. On the "Method" tab, change the "default" option to DirectShow.
  5. Select the "_inmm.dll" tab, then click "add".
  6. Go to the folder you ripped the game audio into. Then select all of the "track" files (2 through 19).
  7. Select "Save" then go to the folder you installed Destruction Derby 2 in. Then save the ini file.
  8. Close _inmm.dll Setup, then drag your game executable file onto the "_inmmcnf.exe" file itself. This will pop up a message asking if you want to patch the executable. Select "Ok".

System requirements[edit]

DOS
Minimum
Operating system (OS) 6.0
Processor (CPU) Intel Pentium 90 MHz
System memory (RAM) 8 MB
Hard disk drive (HDD)
Video card (GPU) 1 MB of VRAM
Windows
Minimum
Operating system (OS) 95
Processor (CPU) Intel Pentium 90 MHz
System memory (RAM) 16 MB
Hard disk drive (HDD)
Video card (GPU) 1 MB of VRAM

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Verified by User:Garrett on September 14, 2017