Hey! We highly recommend you launch this experiment in Google Chrome. It may run slower, or not at all, in other browsers.
Take a drive on The Single Lane Superhighway. Watch the cars drive by, or draw your own and join the front of the line.
how the fuck do you make a car!?
And you didn't even think of pressing the (?) button. You just had to go cuss your pants off in the comments. Idiots.
guyys answer this quesion how do i make a car on it
All you people need to get a life. SERIOUSLY!! Urgh losers.
you get a life
we need a second lane for more cars!! what about a second road where the cars go the opposite direction??
Lets put less videos more games
Very cool and criative
but when it will come back?
It's back now :)
very cute and funny but I tried to make other car but it won't go through, it keeps saying waiting for approval
I like this. But could you please add basic tools (e.g. basic square, basic circle) And also, a colour tool to make orange fire, coloured decals etc. Thanks!
Very nice...waiting for a highway where you can actually drive your car :)
Nice : )
Please include a text box that will allow individual car numbers to be entered and skip to that. It gets irritating and boring after a while to see the same cars over again. Also there are random gaps in the line, sometimes spanning 30 cars - needing a page refresh - leading to the line starting again.
just sayn doob these cars dont look monitored. i may be letting out some secret but if your just simulating monitoring its not working anymore
Awesome~ this is the easiest Animation Tool I ever used!
cool but please randomize the cars every time i open it i have to wait forEVER to see new cars
Awesome. Brilliant idea
This looks cool, like line rider.
@Ark-kun: I did my best. Sorry to hear that I wasn't able to meet your standards.
I did my best. Sorry to hear that I wasn't able to meet your standards.
Cool ! but you never see you car :-(
Awesome. I can see lots of creative designs over there. And its working on opera and firefox too. But my car still awaiting approval.. :(
This site claims to be "HTML5", but doesn't even have DOCTYPE. Moreover, it blocks browsers based on UserAgent. People report that this site blocks Firefox, Opera and IE10. It's a dinosaur, stuck in the past (or maybe just an unfair Chrome advertisement). This are the lies that the site tries to tell us: "This project was designed to use HTML5, so you'll need to use a modern web browser to view it. Please consider installing Chrome Frame, or better yet, try using Google Chrome."
I love it :) Reminds me of the mechanical turk project with the sheep. Lots of imaginative cars showing up here.