The Amazing Infinity Wheels
It's amazing, the things you can do with a little application of
This, for example, is an average bike:
This is Infinity Wheels:
Why "Infinity Wheels"?
- They can bounce infinitely high. Infinity Wheels have been
known to spend three laps in the air without touching the ground.
And that's only because the race finished before they ran out of air
time. Had conditions been right, it might have been six laps.
- They can finish races infinitely fast. Witness the
- They are infinitely unpredictable. At any given time, a
slight movement of the mouse might well move them forwards or backwards,
at the whim of some lord of chaos.
- They've got darn big wheels.
Race Winning Techniques
If the lure of winning a race in 0.000 seconds is a bit beyond your grasp
with Infinity Wheels, here are a few less-cheesy moves to try:
What else can you say about a bike that just looks so darn cool?
- The bounce-back. On a good bounce near the finish line,
Infinity Wheels can crash and score enough laps to finish the race in
a fraction of a second. The technique is illustrated here:
- The modified bounce-back. Sometimes, this technique backfires
and you start LOSING laps at the rate of hundreds per second. Don't let
this worry you. Sit it out, and something wonderful will happen. (Pics
of this technique coming soon.) You won't win races, but you WILL get
the fastest Average Lap ANYWHERE.
- Random Bouncing. This can often net you the three-lap airtimes
described above; just rev 'er up, zoom straight for a hill, and let 'er
rip. On your way down, land sideways on one wheel, not on both!
- Trust to Infinity. The power of chaos is incredible.
Thanks to Brad Quick for creating a game that made Infinity Wheels