TORCS, The Open Racing Car Simulator, is a highly-portable multi-platform car racing simulation. It can be used as an ordinary car racing game, as an AI racing game, and as a research platform.
|Tags||Games/Entertainment Simulation research education|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Windows Windows FreeBSD OpenSolaris|
Release Notes: Modify/store/load car setups during practice and qualifying sessions. Improved content (totally reworked racetrack e-track-2; improved e-track-6 and wheel-2). The ability of robots to change the car setup during a pit stop. New Robottools API calls for handling car setups. Improvements to the simulation engine (1.5 way LSD, third element). Adjustments to the car categories and physical models. A new 4 speed stock car and category. Improvements to the TORCS Racing Board (public download of robots from past championships; reviewing best lap times per track). Many little improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: The most important changes are the ability to modify/store/load car setups during practice and qualifying sessions, the ability of robots to change the car setup during pit stops, new Robottools API calls for handling setups, improvements to the simulation engine (1.5 way LSD, third element), adjustments to the car categories and physical model, a new four-speed stock car and category, improvements to the TORCS Racing Board, and, as usual, many little improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release features three completely reworked tracks (models and textures), many improved tracks, an improved toolchain, new racing rules, an improved timewarp, Valgrind support, and many little fixes and improvements. This is a major release (the version number just denotes module interface compatibility).
Release Notes: The most important changes are new content (two tracks, new car), a pure command line mode (for AI training and testing), and bug/security fixes.
Release Notes: Tracks and cars were reworked. New and more clever opponents were added. Many little improvements and bugfixes were made.