Diving into the Underwater Tunnels’ Past

In the depths of the ocean lurks an unsuspecting surprise—not the wreckage of a sunken pirate ship or mythical lost city, but a series of raceways.  These tracks are not abandoned, rusted routes, but sleek pathways that utilize futuristic technology.  The underwater tunnels are actually part of a hidden laboratory that conducts experiments on sea creatures.

tunnel1Established decades ago to test the effects of radioactive chemicals on underwater life forms, enormous fish and other ocean life live around the base.  These gigantic creatures can be seen swimming from the laboratory’s translucent tunnels as they peek in to see the commotion during races.  Be careful not to startle them as you pass by as they have been known to cause considerable damage to the racetracks when scared.  As you speed through the tunnels and dodge fire from rival racers, the last thing you need is a monstrous fish trying to destroy the tunnels.

tunnel2As racers make their way deeper into the watery abyss, they will encounter the massive remains of fish that perished from overexposure to radiation.  Incredibly, the skeletons are still lit by glowing radiation.  While the fish may not be a threat, the laboratory becomes more dangerous as winding tunnels and obstacles attempt to prevent intruders from obtaining the scientists’ research.

An unlikely raceway, the underwater tunnels pose an exciting challenge for courageous drivers.  Tight tracks, monstrous creatures, and winding pathways characterize this pressure-packed environment but the most determined drivers will make it out unscathed.  Are you ready to dive into the action?

4 Responses

  1. That’s cool! Maybe you should add new places to Eat My Dust(Even underwater laboratories.

  2. I’m just commenting to MAKE EMD the best online game.

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