Young people these days seem to love street racing and fast cars. Remote control cars aren't wild enough to be cool anymore. The purpose of this project is to make RC cars about 1/4 scale, and race them on a track that looks like the streets of tokyo (about the size of a go-kart track). Each car would be outfitted with a few reinforced HD cameras which transmit their video feeds back to the driver, who sits in an arcade-style driver's seat with a widescreen TV mounted in front of them. The RC car's controls are mapped to the (realistic) car controls around their seat: steering, front brakes, back brakes, maybe even full manual transmission controls. The player races their car, and because it's quite massive, they can perform typical Need For Speed manoeuvres like drifting and power-sliding.
But the cars don't actually have any outer shell, they're just a frame and an engine. The fun part is that before the race, the player can pick a plastic shell to put over the car. They can choose a fancy new BMW, or next year's Porsche, or a fire-red Lamborghini. The shell is clipped onto the car before the race, and the player can have fun destroying their car as they street race. Cameras placed at the racetrack's sharp turns can also capture the details of the crashes, as the player's vehicle slammed into the wall, its door got ripped off, and it rolled over twice. The general public would be separated from the track by a chain link fence so the owner of the facility could even put jumps and fire hoops and have competitions. After their turn is up, the player gets to take home a commemorative USB key that holds footage from the onboard vehicle cameras, as well as crash footage from the cameras around the track.
I think that would be a hit at county fairs and amusement parks, or as a separate facility like paintball and laser tag.
Nikki - 2011-10-17 10:45:23
You've got to be kdiding meit's so transparently clear now!
Nopphon - 2012-12-17 11:32:39
>>I think this script has some rlelay charming and innovative moments (especially the inanimate objects) -but the poodle marrying the bulldog and the toothbrush up the arse?I almost took the bulldog out of the pitch for the same worry, but that was the part that got the biggest laugh.There is no toothrush "up the arse"-it's in the belly where the talking ring is.Where is YOUR talking ring??Thanks for the comments! We will take out whatever the sponsor thinks is no good!John