Happy Thanksgiving, Zombie Dusters!

If you are still alive after your zombie raid the other day, that is already something to be thankful for in Eat My Dust. Next time you log into Eat My Dust, be sure to load up your weapons with powerful ammos to prepare for the next zombie attack! You will definitely be grateful for that, when you are surrounded by zombies and you are running low on ammos. Be sure to stock up and have an amazing Thanksgiving holiday, dusting enemies and destroying zombies!

The Armory

 

Famous Race Track Series #2: Nürburgring

For our last Famous Racetrack Series, we talked about the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which hosted specialized Indy 500 cars. This month, let us learn a little bit more about a track, located in one of the countries that produced some of the most worldly renowned and superbly engineered cars – Germany.  Located 120 kilometer northwest of Frankfurt, Germany, the Nürburgring is nicknamed as “The Green Hell”, being one of the most demanding and difficult purpose-built racing circuits in the world. With a total distance of more than 17 miles and 170 corners, winning a race here will put your name among the greatest drivers in the world.

Photo by MRC Imagery

Photo by MRC Imagery

More commonly dubbed as “The Ring”, this track was built in 1927 as a government project, but it transitioned into an adventurous destination for professional and aspiring drivers alike.

The racetrack has undergone extensive renovation over the years, but it remains as one of the most legendary places for motorsports, housing grand prix winners and champions from around the world.

Wrench’s Fact: Driver’s Clothing

Once you have geared up your vehicle and equipped it with the deadliest weapon, what more can you do to protect yourself from the zombies’ destructive attacks? One thing that is often overlooked by professional drivers is their clothing. Let us take a look at Wrench’s suggestions!

EMD Drivers

When you choose your driver in Eat My Dust, be sure to pick one that not only has outstanding specs and driving skills, but also have enough external protection to avoid nasty accidents, such as road rashes or burns. A helmet paired with fire proof gloves is your best shot.

Drivers like Rocky and Ninjax are great choices because they have natural properties and highly trained skills that can help you maneuver through obstacles and challenges, even without the physical protection of specialized clothing. However, Wrench highly recommends the Stag, because it not only has exceptional racetrack skills but also an extensive protective gear that improves your agility and lowers your chances of accidents on the road.

EMD The Stag

Head over to the Mechanic Shop today to switch up your driver for better performance and to upgrade your protection! If you have any other awesome suggestions you would like to provide to help your fellow dusters better protect themselves from all the dangers in Eat My Dust’s combat zone, leave us a comment!

Wrench’s Fact: Solving the Ancient Egyptian Mystery

The devouring sand storm is coming and you are caught up in an intense competition against your opponents in Eat My Dust. What can you do to maneuver through the dangerous obstacles and dodge the cunning attacks from your opponents? Wrench has a few pointers to help you reveal the secrets of this hidden racetrack of Land of Ra in Ancient Egypt and race to the top of the leaderboard!

Land of Ra Track

While you race through the abandoned village in this bare land of sand, be sure to take the detours to shorten your time, and maintain your lane position to avoid crashing into walls and obstacles. Also, be mindful of the slipping sand as you drift through the mystic desert and monumental landmarks. Going off track resets your game, and you will need to work extra hard to gain that lost time back to win the race. Don’t forget to use your boost on straight roads by pressing “SHIFT” on your keyboard to give you a little push to take over your opponents. Lastly, fire all your weapons to anyone that’s standing between you and ultimate glory!

Are you ready to take on all the unexpected obstacles and deadly creatures that roamed this racetrack?

Throwback: First Car Ever Made

Every Eat My Dust driver should possess the practical racing skills and the knowledge of the automobile’s engineering and history. For example, do you know who Karl Friedrich Benz is and what is his contribution to our world? This German engine designer and car engineer has been credited as the pioneer and inventor of the petrol-powered automobile, and the founder of the famous Mercedes-Benz. Let us take a trip down the automotive Hall of Fame and learn about the facts to help you become a true racer!

Photo by Tomás Fano

Photo by Tomás Fano

The birth of the first car ever made in modern automobile history was in 1886. This car contains a petrol engine, which is an internal combustion engine with spark-ignition. It was also the original three-wheeled vehicle, which is a light framed tricycle. The internal-combustion engine has contributed to the technological advancement of cars today. This engine consists of a group of reactants that when collided, will produce working fluids for the engine. The products will release energy and heat, which gives the car power to move.

Wrench’s Fun Facts: World’s Most Dangerous Racetrack

The Snaefell Mountain Course, more commonly known as the Isle of Man TT, located on the west coast of England, is regarded as the most dangerous and deadliest racetrack in the world. Specializing in housing motorcycle competition since 1911, this course has about 200 corners and wields its way through a winding mountain road in the countryside.

Photo by Jonathan Camp

Photo by Jonathan Camp

Some of the motorcycles can reach a 200 mph speed rate in a straight section at the beginning of the course. However, the obstacles on both sides of the road are what make the course so challenging and risky. The road is lined with light poles, mail boxes, stone walls, etc. Some are so close to the rider that a slight touch of these obstacles will throw the racer off course.

When the riders reach the countryside of the village, they are confronted with narrow lanes and hazards that are often concealed by hedges and grass. All the riders who successfully completed the course possess the balanced quality of perfection and luck.

Officials have deemed the racetrack too dangerous for competition, but racing fans have continued to visit the Isle of Man to sample this last true road race.

Happy Halloween, Racers!

It’s that terrifyingly terrific time of year and the zombies appear to be attacking in full force! How are you planning on celebrating with your friends and rival racers, today? No matter what your plans might be on this frighteningly festive night, be sure to take a few minutes to hit the tracks in Eat My Dust and help us keep those zealous zombies at bay.

ZombieSpottings

On days like today, we need all the help that we can get to keep the Combat Zone and Team Dens safe from those unsightly undead creatures! Help control the population at the gates by playing Zombie Attack on your own or grab your teammates to send a little friendly fire out this Halloween.

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