Vehicles vs Massive Pothole Simulation! Who Needs Bridges Anyways!

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Vehicles vs Massive Pothole Simulation! Who Needs Bridges Anyways!

Maybe watch the video before attempting?laughing

Edited by: Hank33 on 08/28/2021 - 19:55
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BeamNG is lots of fun!

There’s a whole community of users who create models and maps based on real cars and locations. I recently got a map of The Tail Of The Dragon and it’s great.

The best feature of BeamNG is a ‘rewind’ button that moves you back in time to any point and automatically repairs your car. Party

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goshdogit wrote:
BeamNG is lots of fun!

There’s a whole community of users who create models and maps based on real cars and locations. I recently got a map of The Tail Of The Dragon and it’s great.

The best feature of BeamNG is a ‘rewind’ button that moves you back in time to any point and automatically repairs your car. Party

Yes, so far it’s really realistic looking with all the physics of it happening. I’m just getting into it and gonna check out your map. I know some of it is quite gruesome so it might not be for everyone. Big Smile

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In the first vid i don’t think the vehicle would have enough kinetic energy to keep spinning like that.

Now this is real life (and addictive) Big Smile
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_9rWH0p43A

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