The Path to TMU

As promised last week, today is the release of a “secret project” the TMU Blog and a few helpful souls have been working on for quite some time now. The project, named “The Path to TMU”, aims to guide new players through the many features of TrackMania United, get possible future players interested in the game, and help already experienced players get more out of the game.

The project is too large to post here, so instead you get a link to where a PDF file can be downloaded. Hopefully you’ll enjoy it and find it helpful 😀

Download The Path to TMU (requires Adobe Reader)

Special thanks to:

  • Alcator
  • Hastings
  • Hawk_ger
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10 Responses to The Path to TMU

  1. micster says:

    Quite possibly the most helpful article for TMU ever. 😀

    A cookie for you for finishing this.

  2. Buchi says:

    It rocks, all my congratulations to you all!!!

  3. RaVaGE! says:

    Just awesome!
    Soo nice readable, everyone can learn something from this amazing piece of work!
    A lil bit more pictures would have been great, anyway soo greatsome workout!

    Enjoy your Holidays Jozii!

  4. Jozii says:

    Thanks (both for your nice comments, and for the holiday comment by Rav 😀 )

  5. TimeBreaker says:

    woot!!
    awesome work 😀
    you wrote so much, and the desighn is so cool, simply amazing work

    really impressive his must’ve been taken several weeks :O

    big applause to you 3 !!!!!!

    (yeah some pics wouldve been nice^^)

  6. […] already written quite a few articles for the blog (as a guest writer), as well as for the “The Path to TMU” project, so many of you are already familiar with what he is capable of. However, as a […]

  7. Dutchman says:

    Excellent work! A good overview of what TMU is and were it comes from. historic informations about the roots of TM were quite new to me (being trackmaniac since 9/2005)

  8. Jozii says:

    Yeah, in fact, the “Behind”-article has been tarnslated and published here: http://www.racetolive.com/index.php?page=article&action=article&article_id=76&message=rateok

    Personally I don’t understand the language, but it’s cool that they published it (with permission first, of course) 😀

  9. alcator says:

    The article was translated into my native tongue – Czech, unfortunately, the translation deviates quite a lot from my original thoughts 😦 That’s what you get when people try translating after 1 year of English lectures 😉

  10. Quick says:

    Excellent job guys!!! This book has a wide span of addressability and it’s very well documented.

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