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BIKE PRM Blender

BIKE.PRM model

Bike is the name of a folder in Dev version, which contains a converted model of G-Spark: a superbike from the game Extreme-G 2. It accompanies a Zmodeler document that mentions the bike model and a missing BMP file called BIKE.BMP.

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G-Spark as seen in Extreme-G 2.

The reasons of why this vehicle is present in Dev version are currently unknown, but both games are related somehow, since Re-Volt and Extreme-G 2 were designed by the same Acclaim Studio: Probe Entertainment.

Appearance

The model doesn't seem to have a proper UV Map, nor an available texture file or Parameters.txt for it. It still have a greenish vertex shading and small objects shaped like cubes in the backwards and inside. Its wheels are attached to the body, since they were not seemed to spin in Extreme-G 2, but to use texture animation instead.

Frontend Easter Eggs

Some easter eggs about Extreme-G 2 are present in Frontend, making it seem that the Developers really wanted to promote the game somehow. Images of Velocity Kendo (the G-Spark pilot) and the XG2 logo can be seen beside the car selection screen.

Drivable Conversions

The community have two fan-made drivable versions of BIKE brought from Dev to the Legacy version, which are the follows:

  • Bike from Dev and Demo Car Pack, made drivable with combined efforts of Zipperrulez, Burner94 and Citywalker. It uses a custom black/cyan skin (different from Extreme-G 2) made by Burner94.
  • G-Spark by Allan1, considered the most faithful in matter of appearance. It also includes in the folder the original N64 texture pieces converted using RiceVideo6.1.0 plugin for Project64.

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