If you enjoy racing radio controlled cars and used to enjoy Scalextric or still do, this new Real FX racing game might be worth more investigation. As its uses artificial intelligence, to provide users with control never before achieved says its creators.
The Real FX radio controlled cars system uses a slotless expandable, customisable track that sets up in seconds, not hours say its creators WoW Labs based in the UK. Check out the trailer after the jump to see the racing radio controlled racing system in action.
“For the first time ever you can truly race against other players, or a ‘virtual opponent’ in the confines of your front room. Artificial Intelligence will assist you to stay on the track, but you need to use your skill to be the fastest driver in the race, overtake or undertake your opponents, deal with track hazards, from tire blowouts to oil spills, and comply with pit-stop call-ins.
And just like in video gaming, with RealFX you don’t need another physical player in the room to still compete in a race. You simply add the second car, switch its handset to ‘Pace Car’ mode and race against it! It’s Artificial Intelligence means it will drive around the track and compete against you!
Lightweight, affordable & patented ‘1-Sec-Connect’ track segments click into place in less than1 second, allowing you to make a full size track layout in less than a minute – and take it down in the same time (well, usually even quicker). Go round chairs, under tables, or even from room to room. “
The Real FX radio controlled car racing project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think Real FX is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Real FX become a reality.
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