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Anki OVERDRIVE Accessory Elevation Kit
- Use your mobile device to take command of real robotic Supercars in Anki OVERDRIVE.
- Take things to another level with the Elevation Kit. Build hills, bridges, overpasses to get a new perspective on the battlefield.
- Elevation Kit includes 4 riser pieces.
- An Anki OVERDRIVE Starter Kit and a compatible mobile device are required to play.
- Expand the battle with expansion tracks, Supercars and the all-new Supertrucks. (Sold separately)
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What makes Anki OVERDRIVE the world's most intelligent battle racing system? Tech so advanced, it feels like the future. Each Supercar is a self-aware robot, driven by powerful artificial intelligence (A.I.) and equipped with deadly strategy. Whatever track you build, they'll learn it. Wherever you drive, they'll hunt you down. The better you play, the better they become. Whether you battle A.I. opponents or friends, your tactical options are unlimited. And with continuous software updates, the gameplay always stays fresh. Customize weapons. Swap out cars. Build new tracks. It’s easy to pick up, and nearly impossible to put down. The future of play has arrived.
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Pros: Ignoring trying to keep a small space for storage, I like how these snap on to the individual pieces and can STAY on these pieces even if you are reconfiguring the track. I thought I was going to need to do rails every track change. If you want to take them off for storage you can and at the beginning of your playing day put them on and you are good.
It keeps you from having to run every 15 seconds to replace another car that has gone off the track. Without the rails, the cars can stay on the track for racing (but even then sometimes they go off) but for other modes, once they start shooting each other or colliding, they will go off track. It's fun but gets tiring. My plan is to keep every single piece with rails on so I can enjoy playing.
Cons: Price. You can see they are well made but why not have bigger rails kits saving the expense of the box, cover and bags. It takes FOUR straight rails to secure one straight piece fully. So one of these kits fully covers 2 curved pieces and 1 straight piece. Imagine securing a collision kit. I would just like bigger kit options with the discount passed to us. You know these pieces probably cost 5-10 cents each to make and they sell them at $1 each. Then it takes $4 to cover 1 straight piece and $3 to cover a curved piece.
My final thought is that I like them on all pieces. You might think you don't need them for straight pieces ...until you get shot, disabled and start spinning off the track.
Now my two cents:
1. The rails do clip on to the track contrary to what others have said you just need to push them on all the way
2. The rails are too low, they need to be about 1/2 an inch higher for them to be most effective i've had too many cars go over the rail in a turn or even a straightaway
3. Why cant we have a rail and a bank kit coexist? This is one of the main reasons i feel this rail kit is a lazy attempt. when you have a bank kit and a rail kit on the same turn they are bulgy and dont fit on the track cleanly
If I could design an elevation kit, I would make them higher so a truck could go under and I would include 2 pieces that can hold the track but instead of going straight down would extend out to add more options. So then the kit would have 6 but with some variety.