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Nov 4, 2005 | 10:38 PM EST

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People are wondering how I made it. Read below vvvv

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To those complaining about detail: The ground is generated randomly by code (think KB/API games) and that's about as detailed as I can get it without overloading your computer with a massively detailed map.

Well, again, like a week since my last submission, I am here again. Another game the result of a little cool engine I made. This time, I made an engne that makes something line up with a sloped surface. It was so cool I spent a few days turning it into a small little racing game. Simple, stylish, and addictive.

You Need FLASH 8!

Have fun and enjoy this stylish game!

2 separate MC's. Each small red dots. if they are hitting the ground, they move upwards until they aren't. Then, the flash places the car on the first point (the registration point is on the back wheel) and uses a bit of trig to make it face the other dot (almost all ASers know how to do this. It's like how you make a gun face the mouse).

After that it was just a matter of trig. Almost no advanced math at all. Well, i havent taken calculus or trig yet (only in algebra 2). I hope you understand what I mean.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

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Rated 0 / 5 stars


I will not be playing this again. Total waste of time. A car that has green farts? No...
It was poorly made, but hey; I liked the music!...


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

pfft not playing this again

this game was good for about...3 seconds then it went all down hill. it a game for like a 5 year old kid and it has no point and nothing at the end when you beat it. maybe if there were tricks it would be better.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Great physics. I tneeds a trick list so that you can do flips and things like that and when you do a trick you get more time! other than that great game!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Fun, but not particularly challenging.

Well the idea behind this game is fun, and the randomly generated landscape is pretty neat, but the game isn't all that challenging in the slightest. I didn't pick up all that many clocks on my journey across the landscape, and still made it to the end with boatloads of time to spare.

This seems like a demonstration for something as opposed to it's own fully fledged game. I can see aspects of this being taken and formed into a whole new game of itself, with races and challenges and what not all across a randomly generated playing field.

This is an interesting concept, and worth the two minutes it takes to play through, but not at all replayable in its current form.