In 1995, TNM creator Oliver Copp began running a fantasy WWF circuit for his own enjoyment. It consists of over 350 cards so far and demonstrates well how TNM's capabilities evolved over the years.
All cards from 2013 on were created on TNM 7 SE. This mini-site was created with the TNM 7 SE Web Wizard plugin (to be released in October 2020).
Build 12 is the most substantial update to TNM 7 Second Edition in years with Damage Normalization and Damage Scaling being true game changers.
An expanded version of TweakCirc SE is now included as baseline functionality, giving you more control over your circuits than at any point in the past.
This is the first hybrid build which will run natively on older versions of Windows and in DOSBOX in current versions.
Many classic TNM wrestler exports had been lost over the years as wrestlers changed names, gimmicks and promotions.
103 classic names of yesterday return today.
From Hollywood Hogan to Bill Goldberg, from Brutus Beefcake to Pat Tanaka, from Demolition to the Acolytes, from Hunter Hearst Helmsley to Rocky Maivia - head over to the Export Files section to download some of your classic favorites today.
Your go-to for quickly generating a whole batch of wrestlers just got a whole lot better as it no longer just for generating enhancement talent.
With its new "Settings" page, you can adjust the range of values assigned for wrestlers' four core attributes - work rate, push, stamina, and charisma -, the number of moves you wish to have assigned and even what damage range the moves assigned will be allowed to be in.
The Export File Wizard plugin has become incredibly popular among TNM users because it gives you complete control over which moves and dives are imported from large files and helps you keep your move database clean.
If an export file contains a move which you already have in your database under a different name, you are easily able to remap the move before importing.
This new update adds the capability of importing wrestler export files created in TNM Tournament Edition.
TNM creator Oliver Copp recently appeared on Josh Nason's JNPO podcast at F4WOnline.com to talk about the past 15 years - what he had been up to with the UFC and WWE, his current commentary gig filling in on the German version of AEW Dynamite, and how AEW was directly responsible for TNM coming back in 2020. Head on over if you're a member.
The YouTube channel Rybolt recently created a video review and showcase for TNM Tournament Edition.
The nuts, the bolts, the surprises, the good things and the bad things through the eyes of first-time users - feedback doesn't get any more genuine than that.
Thank you, Dominic and Chris!
We are happy to announce the release of our first TNM designed entirely for Windows, TNM Tournament Edition. Four base tournament types, ten thousands of different tournament configurations, and an infinite number of ways how they can turn out.
Use the exclusive pack of 16 Fantasy Wrestlers which were created for TNM Tournament Edition, import any TNM 7 export files - or import your current TNM 7 SE databases and hit the ground running.
This release contains a few bugfixes, quality-of-life fixes, and an old friend is back.
- Returning: The Visualizer is back! Fans of this classic feature can activate it in
Options and assign images with the Visualizer Image Wizard plugin.
- Updated: Counters are now weight-gated, if at least one is available that fits
the opponent's weight class.
- Updated: Some tweaks were made which make matches between very
tall/heavy wrestlers and very small/light wrestlers run better.
On July 1, "TNM Tournament Edition" will be released for Windows.
As an homage to TNM's casual gaming roots, Tournament Edition will focus on designing and running tournaments from elimination tournaments and round robins to G1s and even tournaments under Swiss rules. Your imagination is the limit.
Are you sick and tired of importing a large number of export files one by one? Select an export file... click "Yes" for every wrestler... confirm you really want to import that wrestler... rinse... repeat. Well - that ends now.
With the latest update to the Export File Wizard plugin, you now have "Batch Import" mode available for when you need to just get importing over with. You pick the files, the Wizard does the work, no questions asked.
This is a free update to all registered users of the plugin.
This release contains a few bugfixes, quality-of-life fixes and lays the groundwork for Build 11.
- Updated: Wrestlers now enter to their themes during Royal Rumbles,
thus making Rumbles more fun to watch
- Updated: Two places where DOSBOX behaved differently than DOS, causing
- Fixed: Wrestler exit themes now play properly again
The Wrestler Comparison Wizard lets you quickly compare wrestlers from up to three sources which can be export files or your internal TNM wrestler database.
Find out in seconds how your wrestler differs from the export files you have downloaded and make an informed decision whether you want to update without going through the hassle of having to rename your existing wrestler, import the new one and then going back and forth, comparing everything about them.
This plugin will save you tons of headaches, and it is long overdue.
Oliver Bateman recently wrote an article for "MEL Magazine" which tackles the topic of fantasy sports - something suddenly very relevant again in the age of staying at home.
The author is quick to point out how fantasy sports saved his life - but that it wasn't the kind of fantasy sports people may think about.
From the Internet Wrestling Community of old to e-feds, "Out of the Park Baseball", and TNM, the author takes the reader down memory lane.
Need to generate some enhancement talent for your TNM? Look no further. Select the number of wrestlers you need, which genders they should have and what geographic areas their names and locations should be tailored to.
Happy with the results? Three clicks and the wrestlers are in your TNM database. Want to swap out some wrestlers? Click them, then hit "Generate" again. It's that easy.
Imagine being able to adjust all your themes to the same loudness in one click. Imagine being able to use theme formats not natively supported by Windows such as M4A, Ogg Vorbis and Opus. Imagine being able to bring some themes that just wouldn't work due to errors in the file back to life.
Managing an audio library can be a chore. The TNM 7 SE Entrance Music Wizard takes the grunt work out of it and brings you an easy-to-use one-stop solution - and you're done.
The Theme Music Wizard plugin has been extremely popular for over a decade. The original, however, won't work with an emulator such as DOSBOX because the emulator locks you into your own folder. Running it just one time within any version of TNM inside an emulator would cause the plugin to wipe all your assigned themes clean because they were no longer accessible.
For this reason the original Theme Music Wizard plugin is now physically blocked from being run in TNM 7 SE Build 10. We've released a DOSBOX-compatible update called the Theme Music Wizard Reloaded. If you have previously owned the original Theme Music Wizard, please contact us for a replacement registration code
With TNM's 25th anniversary coming up, there has been a surge of people either discovering TNM for the first time or returning to the program after a long time away.
There are no two ways about it: Getting started can be daunting... downloading and importing wrestlers, creating your first circuit - what's the quickest way to get it done?
For that reason, we have compiled a step-by-step guide which will help you get your first circuit running quickly and easily.
Ready to go (back) down the rabbit hole?