hrotha wrote:Holy crap, it's the old Eurotour Cycling game! I bought it back in 2001, I think. Do these patches still use the original game? Can I re-install it from the original CD and install these patches? I'm pretty frustrated by PCM's bizarro universe time.
hrotha wrote:Awesome. I played a couple of unofficial updates after the original, until 2004 or 2005, but I imagine it's come a long way since then.
hrotha wrote:I finally got around to installing the game from the original CD and downloading all these files. When I run PcCiclismo 2011.exe it asks me which folder I want to install it in, giving me \PcCiclismo 2011 as the default option. Should I install it on top of the original EuroTour folder, in a PcCiclismo 2011 subfolder, or what?
thrawn wrote:Downloading the files now, but the link to the Giro 2010 fix doesn't work?
hrotha wrote:Okay, after some trial and error it seems it works (apparently I had to use the ciclismo.exe file. Who knew). For some reason it's in a tiny window, though, no full screen. I'm pretty disappointed that I can't access the riders' info pop-up screen from the Menu Manager screen - you have no idea how much this bug bothered me when I bought the game ten years ago.
hrotha wrote:Topping this to say this game is awesome. As a manager, PCM is much better, but as a race simulator Eurotour wins easily.
One problem though: apparently I can't change the training programs. That wouldn't be too much of a problem by itself if it weren't for the fact that riders who have had a drop in form automatically switch to a complete rest program, which means they're not training at all and they're losing fitness and stats. Am I doing anything wrong?
Ryo Hazuki wrote:you have to change them on mondays.
and to timmy. yes you need to register for downloading on that forum but on the forum you can also read without registration. and you can download via links there in the forum. also for you is perhaps better to check dutch eurotour forum:
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