Thanks, but I'm running Windows XP, so I don't think I am affected. P.S. I do know that LR2 doesn't get updated, it was 2001. I was just curious if the patcher had bugs that never got fixed. Anyway, thanks for the reply.
If Developer Mode Patcher doesn't work (maybe because you are trying to patch it in the protected folder, as you were trying to extract with UNGTC initially?) then this is your only other option: -run-lego-racers-2-and-drome-racers-with-extracted-archives-and-no-cd-on-lr2/
I GOT IT WORKING YESSSS!!! I followed the instructions, learned how to mount bin or cue files or convert them to iso and it booted up the classic lego brick intro and i heard that sweet menu beat and everything seems to be working great. Thank you guys so much
Here is the first shortcut. Notice how there is a red brick above the right doorway. This brick is completely inaccessible in the normal game. From what can be inferred, you were originally to knock down the pillar in front of the castle to form a ramp and get up there, and the shortcut would have skipped over the quick tour through the castle and taken you out before that hair-pin turn, judging by a badly patched wall. This one was totally scrapped from the final game.
In addition to the four racers that appear in-game, this file also contains seven unused duplicates of Roboracer, as well as two unseen drivers: Ken Eivel and Wagon Dragon (who also has a duplicate copy).
Even if you can't get your hands on such rare items, there are plenty of ways to join the celebration with Asphalt, and possibly win some authentic Porsche Design merchandise in the process. That's because Asphalt 8: Airborne and Asphalt 9: Legends are holding limited-time events throughout October, allowing players to experience the audacious power and graceful style of the Porsche Taycan Turbo S and the Porsche 911 GT1 Evolution in-game. Each car will sport its own custom decal created just for this event, and the fastest racers (plus a few randomly-selected participants) will be given a variety of rewards, including physical prizes from the official Porsche Design shop.
Shop & discover our wide selection of the latest official Girl Scout iron-on and sew-on fun patches! Show off your unique achievements, troop activities, or your support for parents and Girl Scouts!
This is a list of Xbox One X enhanced games. These games are Xbox One and backwards compatible Xbox 360 and Xbox games that are enhanced by console-specific updates/patches when played on an Xbox One X.
Xbox One games without an Xbox One X update/patch, including Xbox 360 and Xbox backwards compatible titles, can also take advantage of the Xbox One X's hardware. These improvements can include the following:
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This patch corrects an issue where the long-term support (LTS) tag, which designates our most stable releases with two years of support, did not appear in the Hub, and therefore 2021.3 was not listed in the LTS category. The LTS tag is now applied to 2021.3 and it will now show up in the install flow.
: LEGO released its new International Space Station on Saturday (Feb. 1) and with it offered a matching space patch. The ISS emblem is available to LEGO VIP members for free with their purchase of the $70 space station set. The patch includes NASA's "ISS 20" logo, celebrating 20 years of station crew expeditions.
The official website for Far Cry today carries a statement from Ubisoft producer Matthieu Boulard on the status of the game's next patch. "Patch 1.2 is in its final stage of production: a nasty scoreboard bug and a CD key security issue remain to be fixed, but otherwise a huge list of improvement/fixes have been implemented and tested successfully," he says. We're now localizing all the readme files, and the final candidate will be tested extensively later this week to make sure it is really solid - we don't want to rush in the last few days after such a long development time." In other words, expect to hear more very soon.
Supersonic Software/Empire Interactive's Micro Machines-esque racing title Mashed which we rather liked when we reviewed it recently, has been patched to version 1.1. Obviously this only applies to owners of the PC version of the game, and interestingly the lone bug it claims to fix doesn't strike us as terribly significant - problems with the taunt function are now, apparently, resolved. For Windows 98 and Millennium users, that is. Presumably this means that latter day operating system users don't even have to worry about it. Still, rather than ignore it, we thought we'd draw attention to the first "1.1" patch we've seen in ages that only has to worry about a minor fix for a minority of its target audience. Perhaps Supersonic will prove us wrong by delivering a truckload of changes in the coming days, but for now it's fairly encouraging to see. For those of you using Win ME/98 who do need the patch, here it is.
It feels pretty good to look the part and with the official NASA patch, no one will deny that your little one is shooting for the stars with their space exploration aspirations. This comes with an Apollo 11 mission patch and the Apollo Program patch, plus a very official-looking embroidered NASA cap. This comes in orange, white, and pink. 2b1af7f3a8