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Monster Truck Madness 2

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Title Screen

Monster Truck Madness 2

Developer: Terminal Reality
Publisher: Microsoft
Platform: Windows
Released in US: April 30, 1998


SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.


Monster Truck Madness 2 was the second video game codenamed "Metal Crush," the sequel to the first Monster Truck Madness game, and to date, the only other Monster Truck Madness video game for PCs.

Unused Dialogue

File Name Notes
POWERBI1 All of Army Armstrong's spoken dialogue for Bigfoot Power Wheels, a monster truck originally featured in the first game, but along with the monster truck itself, these voice clips were cut from this game due to the fact Bigfoot Power Wheels was no longer competing at monster truck shows in the late 1990s.
POWERBI2
POWERBIG

Unused Sounds

Racing

File Name Notes
BALL Like in the first game, this ball sound effect would have been used for a ball object in one of the race tracks, but it's never used.
BIRDFUN1 Two stock parrot sound effects with the word "fun" labelled in each filename, possibly indicating that the people who developed this game were having fun with stock sound effects and decided to store them as leftover sound effect files.
BIRDFUN2
CHUCK An engine startup sound effect named after Chuck Carson, but it's never heard as it was possibly going to be used for Chuck's Car, which, as mentioned below, was cut from the final release of this game.
HORN-A A circus horn most likely intended to be used as a placeholder.
HORN-F An old-fashioned car horn most likely intended to be used as a placeholder.

Unused Vehicle

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MTM2 Chuck's Car.jpg

This game was supposed to contain a monster truck called "Chuck's Car," which was named after Chuck Carson, the 3D modeler of this game. According to him, it was a Chevrolet Camero. It was intended to be unlocked with a cheat code prompting the player to restart the game to drive this vehicle, but it was revealed in March 2009 that it was cut to prevent licensing issues with Chevrolet.