Crazy Frog Racer Complete FAQ by 91210user
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Crazy Frog FAQ for the Playstation 2                                Version 1.0
Featuring the Annoying Thing                  Explored and Written by 91210user
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   Contents

 1: Introduction
 2: History
 3: Controls
 4: Game HUD
 5: Tracks
 6: Track Features
 7: Characters
 8: Weapons
    8.1: Damage
 9: Single Player
    9.1: Championship
    9.2: Single Race
    9.3: Chase
    9.4: Time Trial
 10: Two Players 
    10.1: Championship
    10.2: Race
    10.3: Arena (Mode) 
        10.3.1: Arena
 11: Multiplatform Compansion
 12: Glitches and Exploits
 13: Jukebox
 14: Records
 15: Epilogue
    15.1: Author
    15.2: Websites to feature this guide
    15.3: History

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    1. Introduction
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Crazy Frog (aka the Annoying Thing) is never going to stop in my opinion hence
why I've written up this FAQ. This Internet Sensation which started in 1997 
turned music video into video game. This FAQ, among the basic things, will 
explains what's in the game and why in full detail.

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    2. Crazy Frogs Background
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The whole Crazy Frog fanchrise started off with one small sound file which
quickly grew popular.

In 1997 with one sound effect by Daniel Malmedahl, who came up with the sound. 
It circulated around the internet which it appeared on Swedish television. It 
later was picked up by Erik Wernquist, who used the sound as the voice for this
small creation of the Frog, which they named Crazy Frog, also known as the 
annoying thing.

Of course, the Swedish make alot of popular video games such as the EA 
Battlefield series. This happens to be one mascot that a couple of Swedish 
developers have created almost out of spare time.

Crazy Frog was developed and later, the ringtone company Jesper appoached 
Daniel and Erik and used the Crazy Frog as a marketing campaign to sell the 
sound effect ring tone in Europe, which became wildly popular and successful. 

This became popular and the Minisity of Sound (A nightclub in London and a 
major music label) hire out the designer and the team to make music video. 
These music videos were burn onto the CDs along with the music and sold at 
retailers across the country and was successful to have spawned that video 
games. You can view these video on Youtube!

Crazy Frog just happens to be a mascot in video games now, well almost, he may
not be the sonic or mario but it just happens to appear that way.

Crazy Frog is never going to stop in my opinion as there's copies lying around
hence why I've written up this FAQ, so you don't have to find it yourself or 
if you happened to pick it up and ask yourself, what on earth you were playing,
then you'll know why, even If you just happened to import it from Europe. Yes,
this just happens to be one exclusive title Europe has.

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    3. Controls
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Accelarate - X
Brake - Circle
Select Weapon Cursor Up - L1
Select Weapon Cursor Down - L2
Fire Weapon - Square

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    4. Game HUD
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A brief diagram below and explaination of each label of what the game hud and
how it works. 

   /======================================================\
   | Position                                       Lap   |
   |                                                      |
   |                                                      |
   |        Event                                         |
   |          Mascot                                      |
   |                                                      |
   |                                                      |
   |                                                      |
   |Gadgets                                  Course Map   |
   |Selection                                             |
   |                                                      |
   |                                                      |
   |                                                      |
   |                                                      |
   |                                                      |
   |                                                      |
   |                                                      |
   |                                         Speed Gauge  |
   | Coins            Vehicle Condition            Time   |
   \======================================================/


Position - Displays the racing position you are currently at.
Lap - Displays which lap are you currently in
Gadgets Selection - Displays the weapons and gadgets which can be selected.
Collecting coins will help you use the gadgets on screen.
Coins - Displays how much you have collected on the track.
Vehicle Condition - Displays the condition of your vehicle. You can repair your
                    vehicle by collecting the nuts on the track.
Speed Gauge - Displays the speed that your vehicle is at in MPH
Course Map - Displays the progress and position on the track of each player.
Event Mascot - A drone that starts the countdown for the race, displays the
               laptime and claps for you when you finish the race.
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    5. Tracks
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There are a total of 12 tracks in the game. Each spilt between three divisions
which are used for Championships

Baby Cup

 - East Park Beach
 - South West Hightown
 - High Town
 - North City

Funny Cup

 - Sewer
 - West City
 - West Park Bench
 - Park Bench

Crazy Cup

 - Downtown
 - Center City
 - Peripheral
 - Technicial Path

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    6. Track Features
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Some of the features the track as which allows you help win races and get an 
idea of the courses. No matter no boring the tracks look, they're pretty much 
have features that help stop or allow you to win races.

   Ramps - The curvy road have ramps, building your speed to get some air as 
           you fly of them. 

   Tunnels - They rarely appear, some are useful as you can use the boosters 
             to pick up speed and no fly of the track and some tunnels, like 
             the sewer map, have pipe or other stuff trying to stop you from
             progressing. 

   Truck Boosters - Displayed on the track as yellow glowing surface, they 
                    give you a boost in speed.

   Side Barriers - Just helpping the player get back on the track, it isn't 
                   all bottompits without the barriers all the time as the game
                   does remove them which can cause the character to fall into.

   Billboard Bars - The wierdess out the lot. They're bars that hold street 
                    signs and just happened to be on the track. These can help 
                    you stop your speed if you end up flying into one. They 
                    don't give your character any damage.

   Bottomless Pits - Dropping or flying off the truck into bottomless pits, will 
                     give you damage

   Pick ups - Littered around the track which help yours character use certain 
              functions during the race, they are:

        - Coins: Scattered thoughtout the track, used to build up points to 
                 spend on weapons during a race.

        - Nuts: Found on the track, used to repair your vehicle.

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    7. Characters
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The game introduces a bunch of characters that you wouldn't want to care so
much about. Most of their features and equipment are inspired by European
counterparts.

    List of characters:

    The Annoying Thing
    Ellie
    Jack
    Flash
    Drone
    Grim
    Michal
    Bobo
    Matidla

    Description:  Short description of the character and what they look like. 
    Vehicle: Short description of the vehicle used and what it looks like.

    The Annoying Thing

 Speed: 3
 Accelaration: 4
 Road Handling: 2 
 Weight: 1
 Description: The 3D model with the ever popular sound effect. 
 Vehicle: Nothing... the annoying thing floats, making it more annoying to 
         work out.

     Ellie
 Speed: 4 
 Accelaration: 2
 Road Handling: 3 
 Weight: 1
 Description: Really slim, blonde girl, taking part in the race and ready for
              business.
 Vehicle: Hover Vespa


     Jack
Speed: 2
Accelaration: 2
Road Handling: 4
Weight: 2
Description: Some really nerdy European kid that's going to go up to be really
             educated in life!
Vehicle: Some hoover attached with fame with Bicycle handles!

     Flash
Speed: 3
Accelaration: 3
Road Handling: 2 
Weight: 2
Description: Hoody which a few dance moves.
Vehicle: Hoverboard


     Drone
Speed: 3
Accelaration: 3
Road Handling: 2
Weight: 4
Description: The roadhogging drone that chases Crazy Frog in the Axel F
             music video. 
Vehicle: Black 1980s Spaceage Hover Bike that really well armored!


     Grim
Speed: 4
Accelaration: 2
Road Handling: 2
Weight: 2
Description: Purple hoody with a Grim look to it!
Vehicle: Hover Board


     Michal
Speed: 3
Accelaration: 2
Road Handling: 2 
Weight: 3
Description: A Chef with a meat cleaver! He doesn't use the cleaver in races 
             thou.
Vehicle: Vintage Volkwagon modified to hover (or something)


     Bobo
Speed: 2 
Accelaration: 4
Road Handling: 2 
Weight: 3
Description: Drone with nun-chunks
Vehicle: Heavy Hover Chunky vehicle with bright yellow paint!


     Matidla
Speed: 3
Accelaration: 3
Road Handling: 3 
Weight: 5
Description: Raving Mad Cow 
Vehicle: White hover vehicle that looks like it's used to deliver milk on your 
         doorstep!

You unlock this character when completed the (annoying, hour long) Special Cup!

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    8. Gadgets
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Gadgets isn't the most easiest thing this part of the game has to offer. The 
weapon selector is confusing enough due to it's inverted mapping. The weapons
do help. During the cups, you'll find they are useful to get rid of your 
opponents and someitmes too easy especiality if you use the proxy mines, which
drags your opposination back allowing you to win races.

To use a weapon, you'll have to collect coins which are littlered throughout 
the track. These coins are measured in 500 units every time you pick up a coin!
Gathering up enough coins will allow you to use a weapon. Each one has prices 
to them and will allow you to use weapons.

The manual doesn't really description them as Gadgets but as weapon, I call
them gadgets because a shield and booster aren't really weapons!

Controls 
L2 - Move Gadgets selection down
L1 - Move Gadgets selection up

Weapons

Bored Spheres - A sphere with fixed traps 
         Cost: 1000

Two-Slit Spheres - Two slits blades which are present at the sides, which spins 
                   on the spot. 
            Cost: 1000

Made up Sphere - More like an electrical net, when used, it will make a net 
                 which hurts the racer when they touch it.
            Cost: 1000

Digital Mine - A timer mine, each time a vehicle passes this, a timer will 
               count down by one. Once it reachs zero, the mine explodes.
            Cost: 1000

Time Bombs -  A bit like a digital mine but it has a countdown starting from
              10 seconds!
       Cost: 1500

Laser Mine - A has a red light that blinks slowly. The moment a racer passes, 
             it explodes. 
            Cost: 1500

Missles - Fires three missile or rockets when used.
     Cost: 2000

Laser beam - A powerful yet focused beam which allows you
       Cost: 3000

Mortar - This launches a projectile which gets launched and lands on the track, 
         causing an explosion.
   Cost: 3500

Shield - Protects you from vehicles collisions and rival weapon projectices. 
    Cost: 2000

Boost - Allows you to super accelarate up to five seconds! Very powerful!
    Cost: 2000


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    The Annoying Thing   |X|X|X|X|X|X| | | | |X|
    Ellie                |X|X|X|X|X|X| | | | |X|
    Jack                 |X|X|X|X|X|X| | | | |X|
    Flash                |X|X|X|X|X|X| | | |X| |
    Drone                |X|X|X|X|X| | |X|X| | |
    Grim                 |X|X|X|X|X| |X| | |X| |
    Michal               |X|X|X|X|X| | |X|X| | |
    Bobo                 |X|X|X|X|X| | |X|X| | |
    Matidla              |X|X|X|X|X| |X| | |X| |

Each character has a one or two different weapons. So here's a grid which 
provide this character does what. Why they have different weapons is beyond me.
I believe they wanted to put them on the track as picks up like other arcade 
racers out there, however they may of not had time, meaning that they had to
give characters certain weapons which fitted there personalities.




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    8.1 Damage
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On the topic of weapons, you will sustain damage during the game however it 
varies in different modes. Damage in a race will just slow your vehicle down 
however in the two player arena and chase mode, your character will just 
explode when damage gets depleted. 

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    9. Single Player
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The single player has four modes to offer, these are the Championship, Single
Race, chase and Time Trial. 

Completing the tournament mode will allow you to unlock content for the rest
of the game.

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     9.1 Tournament 
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The championship is the place where you'll end up taking part in a series of 
races which winning each race will earn you points. By the end of each 
championship, the winner is the one who has the most points. If there a case 
where there two racers with the same amount of points, the game will take each
racers time for each race, and add those all together and the fastest time will
win the championship.

After each race, the position of the racer will determine how many points they
have when they finish the race.

The pointing as follows:

   1st - 10 points
   2nd - 8 points
   3rd - 6 points
   4th - 4 points
   5th - 2 points
   6th - 1 points

If there happens to be a draw towards the end, the racer whom completed the 
tournament with the fastest time overall will be placed 1st. You have to be 
placed 1st to win the tournament and unlock the next cup. Each cup must be 
completed to unlock the next one.

   **= Baby Cup =**

    East Park Beach = 3 to 4 minutes
    South West Hightown = Around 4 minutes
    High Town = Around 4 minutes
    North City = 5 Minutes

This cup will take you around 15 to 17 minutes to finish.

You'll unlock the following after finishing this cup:

    Unlocked Funny Cup
    Unlocked Gutter Arena - (for in 2 Player mode!)

  **= Funny Cup =**

    Sewer = 5 to 6 Minutes
    West City = 5 to 6 minutes
    West Park Bench = 4 to 5 minutes
    Park Bench = 4 to 5 minutes

This cup will take you around 20 to 22 minutes to finish.

You'll unlock the following after finishing this cup:

    Unlocked Crazy Cup
    Unlocked Target Arena - (for in 2 Player mode!)

  **= Crazy Cup =**

    Downtown = 6 to 7 minutes
    Center City = 8 to 9 minutes
    Peripheral = 6 to 8 minutes
    Technicial Path = 7 to 8 minutes

This cup will take you around 30 minutes to finish.

You'll unlock the following after finishing this cup:

    Unlocked Special Cup
    Unlocked Stadium Arena!

  **= Special Cup =**

This is the most annoying and pointless cup in the game. This takes ALL the 
tracks from the three cups and puts them together in this single cup. That 
means you'll be sitting down for an hours. If you just happened to play games 
that give you 4 hours races and that kind. You think you'll get used to it. 
You don't. You'll be end up wishing that this cup never existed.

All 120 pts is up for grabs, not that you want too and you'll have to spend 
over an full hour in this mode in order to complete it. So just hope your 
Playstation 2 still works after this becuase anyone would be annoyed if there
was a power cut when playing this cup. 

After finishing this cup, you will unlock the hidden character, a raving mad 
cow named Matilda and you've completed the (terrible and cheap) cup along with
it being the last of the championships.

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     9.2 Single Race
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The single player race allows you to race on one of the tracks from the game.
All the tracks are unlocked meaning that you wouldn't have to take part in
the championships to unlock them. It's a good way of seeing what the game
offers however many players don't prefer that, they just prefer jumping into
the championship and progress thru and get it over and done with.

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     9.3 Chase
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Like the music video, The Annoying thing gets chased by the roadhogging drones
and they make every attempt to destory the Annoying Thing. There no finish 
line. You have to do everything to race around the track and to stay alive. 
To do that, you can pick up weapons, repair kits and drive around as much as 
you like.

You're score is the distance you have travelled. The longer the distance 
you've driven, the higher score it is.

For Wipeout fans reading this,... It's pretty much Wipeout's Zone mode with 
Crazy Frog.

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      9.4 Time Trial
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This mode allows you to record the fastest time. For three laps on any track, 
you can drive around as fast as you can, recording the best time. There no 
other racers or weapons and the track is all yours. The fastest time gets 
recorded and entered onto the leaderboards.

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      10. Two Players 
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The Two Player mode is pretty much the same in the Championship and races 
however it's worth explaining the timely differences that the game has. They 
both explain the spilt screen. Chase and Time Trial isn't featured here meaning
that Tournament and Race are featured. Two players also include Arena mode 
aswell, exclusively for the two player mode.

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      10.1 Tournament
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It's pretty much the same as the single player version and the same UI. 
The map is in the centre of the screen and players are marked on the map with
a number representing the players controllers. Each player must complete the 
race in order to continue. 

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      10.2 Race
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It's pretty much the same as the single player version and the same UI. 
The map is in the centre of the screen and players are marked on the map with
a number representing the players controllers. It's a more nicer way to 
enjoy the tracks a bit more and have a bit of friendly competition. 

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      10.3 Arena (Mode)
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This is a deathmatch style map. You can select your characters and pit them 
together, collecting tokens in order to use weapons and hunt down the other 
player.

Brizzarely enough, the arenas are actually themed then all single player tracks
from in the game combined. 

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      10.3.1 Arena
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    Gutter Arena: A gutter or hole in the middle of the arena.

    Target Arena: A circle arena with a bump in the middle

    Stadium Arena: A form of an eight, the biggest arena out of the lot.

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      11. Multiplatform Compansion
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There four different variations of this game between four platforms. Each has 
there differences from little or bizzarely huge to the point you cannot made 
out if it is the Crazy Frog game. As this is the PS2 guide, it will compare 
them to the PC, Nintendo DS and Gameboy Advance.

    PS2

Just has the load game feature! This isn't found in any other version of the
game. It's worth noting as it's the only game has a use for the memory card.

    PC

Everything is pretty much the same. It has a bit more techinical options. 
You can configure the controls before you can install the game and the 
'Load game' option has been exchanged with 'Exit game'. Everything else is 
pretty much the same. More on the technicial configutation in another section
of this FAQ. Found at PC Techinical Configatation. 

    Nintendo DS

The game is pretty much the same as the PC and PS2 version however just happens
to have less content compared to those other versions. 

Four Racers are present on the track compared to Six Racers in the PS2 version.

The courses are NOT found in this version are Center City and Peripheral.

A brizzare simalirity: The Technicial Path course still contains the flaw of 
respawning even with you are on the ramp or about to land before it. It happens 
in this game.

Nintendo DS multiplayer player mode is thru wireless aswell which allows up to
four players.

    Gameboy Advance

This is a totally different represention of Crazy Frog yet. The only character
just happened to be The Annoying Thing. The rest of the characters are totally
different! The annoying thing drives a go cart. This game is pretty much Mario
Kart on tracks set in no where, ranging from a photorealistic city, middle of 
a canyon somewhere in America or Austraila somewhere to a greenland forest. 
It's has NOTHING to do with the Axel F music video.

The characters aren't the same in this version! They are totally different 
characters with different names. Which is really brizzare, almost looking like
fail cosplayers.

The game modes and difficulties are all different. Tournament is the only mode
which 

There also another mode called 'Last Man Standing', which is like the battle
mode however it's done on the track like Mario Kart style fashion.

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      11.1 PC Technicial Configuration
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The PC version has an configuration screen, which allows you to view and change
the controls of what the racers can do and which buttons to press to preform 
those various actions. It also allows you to change the langauge, controller 
type and screen resolution in the game. 

This screen appears when you insert the game disc into your computer, as your 
computer can autorun the start up screen.

Screen resolution just allows you to change the size of the resolution. What 
a screen resolution means the size of the width and length of the feedback of
your screen. The higher the resolution, the more sharper the graphics will be 
as you play the game. It's a very technical thing that all PC games have.

You are able to change the controller type of the game. You can select from the
keyboard or controllers and steer wheel with paddle. Other platforms don't have 
a keyboard, since they this launcher and configuration screen is availiable. 

If you ever decide to change these function and inputs on the controls, just 
remember to test them on a single player mode of the game to make sure that 
everything works fine before jumping into the main modes.

Strangely enough, the labels the config screen gives out other information, so 
here's a rough translation of what each means to avoid confusion.

Up: Moves the select cursor in the menus and character select screen
Down: Moves the select cursor in the menus and character select screen
Left: Moves the select cursor in the menus and character select screen
Right: Moves the select cursor in the menus and character select screen
Start/Pause: Pause during gameplay!
Accelerate: Same button as 'Up' by default. This can be changed, it doesn't have
to be the same button!
Brake/Cancel: Brakes during a race and cancel used in the menu and select 
options!
Honk: Sound the horn!
Select Bonus Up: Bonus as in weapon or gadget. 
Select Bonus Down: Bonus as in weapon or gadget. 
Use a Bonus/Accept: Bonus as in weapon or gadget. Accept is labelled because 
you can use it to select options


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      12. Glitches and Exploits
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Sometimes on some tracks, after picking up speed and using boosters, you can
complete a lap. Doing this really well can allow you to win a race. This
exploits is actually found in over half of the courses in the game. Here's
a list to places were you can use them!

You cannot do this in Time Trial because they don't offer gadgets and the 
booster option isn't available, so you are unable to do this trick!

Tracks you are able to do this exploits on: 

 Baby Cup

    East Park Beach - Final ramp, sharp turn to the right, which you'll be able
                      to cross the finish line in mid air!
    South West Hightown - Same as the first track, East Park Beach, excatly the
                          same method at the same point, as this track expands 
                          on East Park Beach
    High Town - Final Ramp, you can just blast off and hit the finishing line.
   

 Funny Cup

    Sewer - Almost, the final ramp, you are able to use a booster and just 
            barely make the finish line even if you fall into a bottomless pit.
    West City  - This one is straight forward, at the final turn, there a ramp
                 before it, you can simply launch yourself and not steer and 
                 you'll still cross the finishing line despite falling in a 
                 bottomless pit.
    West Park Bench - Final ramp. Not really an exploit as the track design 
                      allows this to happen as it's a long straight. 
    Park Bench - This one is tricky! Towards the end, there a lamp before the
                 helix, if the racer gains enough speed and power, it's quite
                 possible to make a jump directed towards the finish. However
                 it's very very risky!

 Crazy Cup

    Peripheral - This one is excatly the same as East Park Bench and South West
                 Hightown. don't allow the size of the map fool you. It's the
                 same excat location.


One flaw found is of the ramps in the Pehphiecal track that makes it very 
difficult to land and will end up respawning the racer. This is very annoying 
and problematic. This flaw also exsits in the DS version as it features the 
same track with the same problem.

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      13. Jukebox
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A little section in the game where you are able to select and listen the music,
the game has to offer. The listings of the song name and artist are listed 
below. most of the soundtracks in the game are based on real artists whom have
released ablums around Europe. Another way they've sneak in advertising on
musicains and music artists in this game.

Believe me, they've done it worst in the 2nd game when it comes down to the
soundtrack!

Some of the soundtrack have been remixed for this game and is actually annoying
(like really annoying that you want to turn off the music) in my opinion, 
despite the fact that the Annoying thing is meant to be a playful character 

       Song Title      -      Artist Name       -       Composer Name

   My Parts Fall Out   -    Prince Quick Mix    -         M. Napuri
      Crazy Street     -      Faribisch         -        Barry Fisher
Getting Things Started -        DJ Cash         -         Dan Money
      Rama Rama        -      DJ Ace Man        -       Andy Brookes
        Luv Hz         -      DJ Ace Man        -       Andy Brookes
      Pacific Ice      -      Chris Lewis       -        Chris Lewis
        Kenetix        -     Sensha Snare       - Stuart Henshall,Neil Shervell
     Excessive-izer    -     The Smiggler       -        The Smiggler
    Paint Me A Picture -     The Smiggler       -        The Smiggler
       Crazy Dom       -     Angus Martin       -         Chris Hann
   Tadpole's Lament    -     Terry Spawn        -          Tim Hart
        The City       -     Purple Mist        -         Matt Vyner


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      14. Records
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Records contain the lap times of the fastest racers. After each race and if the
game decides that you have a fast lap time, the game will offer you to put in
your intitals. Good feature for party games!

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      15. Epilogue
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Worst game ever? I thought it was easy to type but it too alot longer to write
up then it would take. It's very interesting how this game adapted into Crazy 
Frog Racer 2, which I will write up an FAQ for.

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      15.1 Author Information
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You can email me at rcmotorboy@gmail.com. My name is Derek. 

Comments will greatly be apprecticed. 

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      15.3 Websites to feature this guide
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      www.supercheats.com
      www.neoseeker.com
      www.gamefaqs.com

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      15.3 History
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  - V1.0

    Fixed some spelling errors and added more context in some parts. Expanded
    on the gadget section alot.
    
    Added these sections!
    - Flaws and Glitches
    - Records
    - Jukebox
    - Weapon and pick up details
    - Added websites to feature this guide!

  - V0.9 

    First upload of this FAQ, tried to include as much as possible!