Ok here are some fresh news: - TrackMania DS intends to address that very issue, promising more than just speedy races. - different difficulty levels in singleplayer mode (can this be called like this ? TM Veterans help out ) - Three locales are featured in the game: Stadium, Rally, and the American southwest - Tight physics and handling Warning: Spoilers inside! requires more finesse than just holding down the gas; instead, you'll need to pay close attention to your vehicle's position, velocity, and variations in the track. Hitting a wall could send your car into a game-ending spin or failing to control your speed in the face of a slight bump in the road might launch your vehicle off the track. These sort of physics running on a DS are almost unbelievable. - a slew of multiplayer options, including 4 player wifi, hotseat time trial - a comprehensive track editor could put this effort in pole position when released later this year. Warning: Spoilers inside! -Race Driver: Create & Race was the first to introduce the concept on the handheld, but TrackMania DS takes it to an entirely new level. The 3D editor is downright amazing, allowing fluid movement of the camera to cement sections of your track. There was absolutely no slowdown as we created an original track by dragging pieces from folders lining the bottom of the touchscreen. The editor is remarkably flexible, enabling you to use any pieces featured in the pre-designed single-player events in your own creations. All of the crazy obstacles in the main game are at your disposal; even cooler, you can designate height changes in the track via the D-pad. The cherry on top though has to be the ability at any time during edit to test out the track in real-time. No loading, no wait – the game just plops a car onto the track and you're free to drive through it. Screens: Warning: Spoilers inside! Source This kinda makes you think these are real: Yay for this and Crazy machines cause I love user made content !