Motocross Madness 2
Windows - 2000
Description of Motocross Madness 2 Windows
If you haven't played Motocross Madness 2 or want to try this racing / driving video game, download it now for free! Published in 2000 by Microsoft Corporation, Motocross Madness 2 (aka 疯狂摩托2, MCM 2) is still a popular off-road / monster truck title amongst retrogamers, with a whopping 4.5/5 rating.
Comments and reviews
Chris Schönfeld 2020-08-11 0 point
This work all
Bud only with AMD-ATI
Des 2020-08-09 0 point
Hmmm... I can't even run the Setup.exe file.
It reports not enough memory...
Anyone have any ideas how to get around this?
hoverdonkey 2020-08-06 0 point
This guide worked perfectly just now:
Finally running MM2 again - 1920x1200, full screen & glitchless!
jOE 2020-06-18 -1 point
Anyone know why my keyboard binds are not working? i can control the camera but i cannot move the bike
MCMAD 2020-06-07 -1 point
Works for me on Win10. I used:
https://wincdemu.sysprogs.org suggested by VINAY
Then follow suggestions from MEADOW, but skip the iso conversion.
Works with both Rasterization or graphics card, sorry CORONAGUY
Vinay 2020-05-10 -2 points
Hello peeps here is how I managed to get it work on windows 7 i3 Intel HD Hp notebook
1.Get iso mounter like https://wincdemu.sysprogs.org/
2.Extract motorcross files , right click on Motocross Madness 2.mds select mount to drive (choose any free letter)
3.Install the game I chose C:\Program Files (x86)\MM2, close the installer
4.Copy T:\GAME\MCM2.exe to your installation folder(C:\Program Files (x86)\MM2) click Yes to replace
Mysterehyde 2020-04-24 -1 point
Was able to make it work with the help of katie nerd girl on youtube.
Apparently my missing part was the fact that in the end, you should start the game from where you installed it, and not the cd mouting parts ;-)
Mysterehyde 2020-04-24 1 point
Same here. wasn't able to do the meadow explanation.
Or more, was able to do it, but not able to open the game after. Had the installation going like "successfull" but it was at the end. (runnin on windows 10)
Juliano 2020-04-13 0 point
I Would like to run Motocross Madness 2, as I used to run Motocross Madness 1.
Coronaguy 2020-04-10 0 point
Guys, the game works perfectly. But only in software resterization or whatever it's called. If I select my own graphics card to play at the beginning when it asks for a 3D engine, it crashes. I don't know how this is fixable. But with the software resterization you are limited to small resolutions because higher ones are stuttering as hell. If someone has a solution about this, please upload it!
meadow 2020-01-12 13 points
I finally figured out how to get this to work.
1. Get an MDF to ISO program and convert the file to an ISO.
2. Install the game, then in the game's main folder replace mcm2.exe with the fix from this website.
3. find dgvoodoo2, and download both it and d3drm.dll (they're both on the voodoo site)
3. put the "ms" x64 dll from voodoo and d3drm.dll into the game's main folder
(if this doesn't work try some of the other dlls from the program)
4. Set mcm2.exe to run in compatibility mode for Windows XP Service Pack 3
Nothany 2019-04-21 -1 point
To the person who uploaded this, you could have at least specified that it was a ".MDF/.MDS" file instead of falsely calling it an ISO file.
Also, are ".MDF/.MDS" files used as a way to copy games with copy protection without triggering the copy protection?
And if so, does converting ".MDF/.MDS" files to ".ISO" trigger that same copy protection?
Jesse 2018-11-27 3 points
I have no clue how to get this to work. I converted it to an ISO file and went through the setup/installer. I now have the Motocross Madness 2 Icon on my desktop but it simply fails to launch.
Bob the Builder 2018-08-07 1 point
MDF/MDS is a CD/DVD image file(exact virtual copy of the actual Compact Disc). Use AnyToISO app to convert MDF/MDS image into ISO(smaller sized and more compatible) image file. Than use the MagicDisc or Daemon Tools app to mount the ISO file on the virtual CD/DVD drive.
In most cases old software is incompatible with the modern operating systems. Read the FAQ.
Anonymous 2018-06-08 9 points
how do i use the MDF and MDS files
im not a pc expert and i know of .rar .zip .exe .vbs and .bat so can you help me?
Anonymous 2018-06-07 0 point
i saw this cause of nerdcubed and well i whink it will be fun
im going to play it whan its done
hello aus 2018-02-20 -4 points
hi, I can install the game (using daemon tools virtual drive) but I can only open setup not the game itself, whats going on ?
UnlimitedREKT65 2018-02-13 -2 points
Also, this is a Rainbow Studios game... THQ owns Rainbow Studios... Right?
UnlimitedREKT65 2018-02-13 1 point
I seem to notice this now but there is a connection I made. The levels in this game seem oddly similar to the levels in the original MX Unleashed. Also, this is a game published by Microsoft. As another fact, the enbankments on the outskirts of the map are the same as those such in MX Unleased. In conclusion, very many things are similar between the two games.
Jefferson 2018-01-25 2 points
This game was and is so good !! Insane online game as well , for that time it was really next level and there was a very nice online community with user made tracks that were really great . Thanks myabandonware , this made my day .
Tairetsu 2017-12-19 3 points
Unfortunately it seems to crash on boot on Win7, have not been able to get it running yet.
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