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Trolley is a Stock Model in Re-Volt. It is seen as a generic shopping cart. The model lies in the "...\Re-Volt\cars\trolley\" directory, however its texture is loaded via the SuperMarket 1 folder.

Through the CARNIVAL cheat code, Trolley is playable as a vehicle, however it will lack its textures as the .bmp file is not present in its respective folder. This was fixed in RVGL.
Trolley in the non-patched version of Re-Volt on the other hand, requires more effort than entering typing CARNIVAL in the Name Wheel, as exemplified in the Under the Hood article.

Overview

The Trolley is only seen in SuperMarket 1 and SuperMarket 2. It is located near the exits of the stores, right immediately after the checkout registers. Due to this, it acts as an obstacle within these tracks, using its heavy weight to bring vehicles to a halt upon contact. It still is able to be moved around by the cars in the game. As such it creates an original and realistic obstacle for the virtual R/C cars.

Performance

As a playable vehicle, the Trolley is easily the heaviest and largest vehicle in the game, as logically it is not a Radio-controlled car. All of its stats however, are lackluster.

The vehicle top speed is only 28 mph (45 kph), far lower than many Rookie cars despite it being classified under the Pro rating. Its acceleration is horrendous, as it is incapable of clocking above 1 m/s². Trolley is infamous for flipping on its side when making turns at moderate to high speeds.

Overall, the Trolley lacks performance, although this is understandable as it is a cheat-enabled vehicle. It is indeed a fun vehicle to operate thanks to its excessive size.

Additional Information

  • Trolley is unavailable in any of the newer types of demos from v0.01acclaim forward.
  • Trolley files are present in demos older than Rolling, but instead of the cars' folder, it is in the models'. The Box-swap trick can be used to swap Trolley by another selectable car, but more modifications will be necessary to achieve this.
  • 'Trolley' in British English means 'Shopping Cart', since the studio that created the game was located in the United Kingdom.
  • Occasionally Trolley's wheels will be stuck below the ground when the race starts, preventing the vehicle from moving. This can be fixed by a single tap in the reposition button.
  • If one is successful in flipping Trolley (the immobile model from the SuperMarket levels) on its side by ramming into it at a fast speed, Trolley will flip back on its normal side, as if the manual flip function was executed.

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Notes

  1. Despite labelled as 'Special' in Frontend, Trolley emits a glow-powered sound in-game.

See Also

Cars
Standard Cars Rookie RC BanditDust MitePhat SlugCol. MossHarvester
Dr. GrudgeVolken TurboSprinter XL
Amateur RC SanCandy PebblesGenghis KarAquasonicMouse
Advanced Evil WeaselPanga TCR6 TurboNY 54Bertha Ballistics
Semi-Pro Pest ControlAdeonPole PozZipperRotor
Pro CougarHummaToyecaAMWPanga
Console Cars Rookie BigVolt
Amateur RCLA 54Matra XL
Advanced BossVoltShockerSplatGroovster
Semi-Pro JG-7RG1RV Loco
Pro SNW 35Purp XLFulon X
Special Cars TrolleyClockwork WunClockwork TooClockwork TreeClockworkProbe UFOMystery
Demo Cars AcclaimCGWGame CenterGamespotIGN PCMc RCPC GamerPC XL8 RRiva TNT 2
DEV Cars BikeBirdCGWLoaded ChiquePC GamerPC XL8 RPoopooRiva TNT2
Unreleased Cars Abandoned designs of carsEvil CandyEvil PhatEvil ToyecaFerrari ModenaPemtoRC XZebraZEDZED/DONNIE
Custom Cars List

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