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Default New driving game! - 01-15-2011, 04:33 PM

Hey guys,

Here's a game I created for my class. Good luck. Here are a couple helps for you:

1. If the cars line up all the way across the road, GOING IN THE GRASS may be the only option to continue.
2. In order to move into another lane right after a car passes and before the car in the current lane hits you, you will need to hit the left or right arrow TWICE VERY QUICKLY! (I.E. Hitting left and then slowly hitting left again will not move your car over quick enough.)

PROBLEMS:

- Unfortunately, I didn't have the time to make ALL the cars (60 total) a little larger in order to prevent the car from going between lanes, so I needed to make it so that if you try to pass through vehicles, the car will still spin....otherwise people could just run down the line between lanes and never run into any cars.

- Didn't have the time to change the dollarBill method so that it doesn't add +5 to your score after you've already wrecked. The high score will be different from your score.



Thanks,

Tim S.
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Default 01-15-2011, 08:13 PM

How about entering this in my Unofficial Alice Contest?
   
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Default 02-02-2011, 04:23 PM

pretty fun. nice job
   
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Default 02-02-2011, 06:14 PM

wow alot of fun
   
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