So you’ve got a personal plane and you enjoy abit of action on your motorbike, until recently it’s not been possible to ride your bike where ever it is that you fly to, that is unless you have a pretty large plane that would fit your bike. This is exactly why the MotoPod has been made, it’s a very simple pod or capsule that holds your bike securely so that it can be attached underneath your plane. As long as you haven’t got any strange design motorbike, you should be able to take it with you where ever you fly using this non techy method.
Int13, a french mobile game developer, has released a game preview on YouTube showing what their latest creation, the Crazy Kart 2 would look like once adapted over to the iPhone. The video has been embedded below, what I think is going to be great about the game is that Int13 will offer downloadable content updates like new tracks and vehicles / characters, etc… What is also worth looking forward to is that Crazy Kart 2 will also be expected to support multiplayer play via WiFi with up to four players at the same time, so you won’t get so bored playing on your own all the time!
Here are some other features:
- 320*320 pixels playing area
- Touch controls with a virtual steering wheel
- 3 vehicle classes (karts, motorbikes, hovercrafts)
- 6 characters with different vehicles
Though it’s expected to arrive this coming summer, it looks like Int13 has designed Crazy Kart 2 so that it will be played using the iPhone’s screen vertically, what I had hoped for was that it took advantage of the iPhone’s high quality touch screen capability the horizontal widescreen way, but nevermind!
What do you get when you take old mechanical parts from cars and motorbikes and put them all together along with a few car seats and an engine from a Honda Civic?
A DIY helicopter that has never flown more than seven feet above the ground…