Hello everyone! Today, I'd like to show you something I've been working on for 3 years. Explosive Drive - It's a retro arcade driving simulator that was hugely inspired by the game we all knew back from the late 90's - Rush2049. As you might notice from the screenshots, it almost looks like something from the 90's graphics-wise, but with a twist of modern elements that can only be achieved with today's hardware. I've made my best effort to make the car dynamics work like a dream. One of my favorite feelings in the game is just going air born. A lot of the driving takes place on slopes, hills, walls, ceilings, and in the air. The cars are basically indestructible, well, up until the point where you explode. - And believe me, there's plenty of that in this game.. the game is very smart about choosing when to make your car explode and makes sure to make those explosions look pretty dramatic. Currently, I have 5 completed levels. I'd love to make more, but we'll see. I still need to put food on the table and currently, for me, that means working at Walmart electronics.. so it's hard to come up with the time to work on it. And guys, I absolutely love working on this game. Sometimes you end up working on games you really don't enjoy that much, and for me, to work on this means creating the game I've always dreamed of. Your support in this would mean so much to me, because it allows me to keep doing what I love. Please check out the official Twitter and Facebook page and let me know if you have any questions about the game or just questions in general. Please show your support by inviting your friends to like: https://www.facebook.com/explosivedrive - or by following on twitter: https://twitter.com/ExplosiveDrive I know most of you here are probably Unity Developers or are doing something related to Unity. If anyone here has any ideas or advice for me on where to post about the game, that would help a lot. This is my first game and I'm very new to the marketing side of things so anything would help. Here are a few screenshots of the game. You can see even more on the facebook page. Further details on the game: Explosive Drive surprisingly isn't all about the explosions, rather it's more about the explosive fun you will have playing it. There are five completely different environments: • San Francisco - Here, we race through a futuristic version of San Francisco. Hidden beneath the city are the most dangerous shortcuts. If you can make it through them, you may have just left all your opponents in the dust. Also watch for switches; they are what control the hidden traps and secrets within the city. • Yosemite - Slightly more peaceful than the city, though you should probably be aware there are more traps to try and devastate you in the race. • Underground Fortress - This looks a bit sketchy in terms of what you would normally call a racetrack. It used to be that you would actually have a road to race on - not walls and broken cement floors. And why helicopters fully equipped with laser guided missiles are hovering over the track? Beats me. • Cyberspace - Watch out for the flying objects of no identity.. wait, I'll just call them cybats. Also, careful with those time warps that send you in speeds in excess of 200mph. Those can really send you in the wrong direction. • Space Station - It's every car under the influence of artificial gravity here. Again... the usual. Lots of dangerous things to try and make you explode.. lots of traps etc. I think we get the point. There are actually two versions of the game being worked on: • Explosive Drive - Pc, Mac, and Linux This features up to 8 players over a lan connection. When not playing against friends, there are 7 other AI players that you can play against using different levels of difficulty. • Explosive Drive Mobile Edition - Android and iOS While this game uses the same car dynamics, it will be set up differently and only use one continuously loading level with increasing difficulty. The development of this version just started.