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A collaborative Wiki dedicated to each Microsoft Madness Series title that anyone can edit. We have information on games, playable vehicles, races, mods, cheats, and stunts. We are currently editing 766 articles, with 2,880 files being made in total, and much more to come!

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  • 13/5/09- This wiki is created!
  • 16/6/20- Renamed "The Racing Madness Wiki," including information on the Midtown Madness, Motocross Madness, and Monster Truck Madness series.

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About The Games

The Midtown Madness games are a series of virtual racing games that take place inside real-life cities with well-known landmarks and downtown locations. The games are well-known for taking place in an open-world recreation rather than restrict the racers to a certain racetrack. The players start with vehicles that are readily available to them for completing races with opponents in single player or with other players in multiplayer mode. There are race-against-the-clock Blitz races, Checkpoint races for snagging checkpoints and closed-arena circuit races for laps around charted courses within a city.

This Wiki also features other Madness titles involving Monster Trucks and Motorcycles in race tracks or closed arena circuits.

Midtown Madness (the first game in the series) is developed by Angel Studios and uses the Angel Studios game engine.

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The LTV’s powerful V8 diesel engine will help you go around – or over – anything in your way, and its bulletproof body can take hits with ease. The US Department of Transportation doesn’t allow real military LTVs on the roads of San Francisco, so if you see a cop you might want to put the pedal to the metal!


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