The first major change has been a redesign and a new logo (which I created from the font in Raw) which looks much more cleaner and stand-out than before. The main page has also had changes for the first time since 2015, including more matured text, removal of the Community Portal talk page (which was never used anyway), addition of the new Guidelines page, and a much-improved About DD section.
I noticed perhaps this wiki had been using the wrong colour theme all this time - after all, blue really hasn't been a noticable colour in the DD games, but rather red, brown, orange. The new brownish colour has been directly taken as from the original DD game logo and will soon be rolled out to infoboxes too. New subtitle text has been added/converte…
Good morning, DD community! It's been a while hasn't it? I launched this wiki many years ago as the core place of Destruction Derby on the interwebs. It's fantastic that we got to this point with lots of content, created by me and many other contributors who joined here. I want to start by giving my thanks to all these people who have contributed on the wiki throughout the years. While the fanbase isn't that large these days (with the last game having been released 15 years ago), these dedicated contributors are still keeping this wiki somewhat active, so thank you.
Now I've got a personal life too and haven't been able to keep up with this wiki. As you may see on my contributions history, my last series of major edits was in November 2015,…
Destruction Semi-Destruction game is
Dirt: Showdown. It will be released in the 24th May, so they're 28
days left, but the demo-version comes to the 1st May 2012.
A lot of pictures, videos and some "gameplays" are avaliable on YouTube or other sites and there are three main-themes: SPEED, STYLE and: DESTRUCTION. In SPEED you'll drive on tracks with modfied cars for the win - crashes are possible, but not the best idea to win the race, because your car can be turned around, seriously damaged or (after a fatal cash) maybe wecked! With STYLE are the gymkhana-events from Dirt:3 meant. You have to drive donuts, do jumps or break "walls"…