3D Instructor

3D Instructor

A car simulator, designed to help users feel the car driving in а big city
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The car driving game named "City Car Driving" (ex 3D Instructor 2.0) is a new car simulator, designed to help users feel the car driving in а big city or in a country in different conditions or go just for a joy ride. Special stress in the "City Car Driving" simulator has been laid on variety of road situations and realistic car driving.

Main Features :
- One large and indivisible virtual world. It gives you opportunity to drive from one district of the city to other without extra loading screens.
- Different time of day and weather conditions. Time: afternoon, morning, evening, night. Weather: clear and dry, cloudy and wet, rainy, foggy.
- Advanced physics. The newest physical engine in the simulator makes possible to feel realistic driving. Maximal speed corresponds to car prototypes. A mathematical model of a car engine takes into account: friction force, inertia and many other nuances.
- Damage. All cars get visible damage, when collide.
- Smart traffic AI. Traffic cars are physical, they're able to collide with player's car or with each other.
- Pedestrians. The virtual city has many unsupervised crosswalks used by pedestrians.
- Accurate rules of road control system. Instructor will give you advices in time of driving.
- Good graphic quality. Cars have shadows, highlights, reflections. Road becomes wet and greasy after rain. Asphalt is very realistic. See screenshots here.
- Easy-to-use program controls. You can use a keyboard, a mouse, a wheel, a gamepad or several control devices simultaneously.
- The most modern racing wheels support. The "City Car Driving" simulator completely supports feedback, 900-degree wheel rotation, clutch pedal and all other functions of the most modern and sophisticated wheels "Logitech G25/G27" and suchlike.
- TrackIR support. The car simulator completely supports the best head tracking game controller ever designed.

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