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"With the creation of cars in ADRIFT becoming a frequently asked question, I have created a car demo that allows you to park your car at various locations, drive to others, and look through the windscreen to see exactly where you are. The accompanying ALR explains the thinking behind this demo."

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Genre: Fiction 
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Category: Demo/Incomplete adventure 
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  Fri 1st Feb 2008
By Dr. Orange - See all my reviews

This demo is one of two that show you how to make a car in your game. If you need a simple vehicle that need not be like a room and hold objects, Simple Car by Mystery might be a better place to start.

Mileout, the author of this demo, made the car a room and created an object to represent the outside. Using the ALR and some variables, he lets you see whats outside your window while in your car, and also get a message indicating that your car is present when you are out in the normal locations. He left commentary in his ALR, so if you need help understanding what does what, be sure to read it.

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