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.

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.

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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.

Zombies Attack on Halloween

As the Halloween night approaches, the zombies are getting more uncooperative and arrogant, and they are invading the Eat My Dust combat zone in large packs rapidly. We need experienced driver and zombies dusters to hold off the zombies attack until Halloween night is over and a short temporary peace is awarded. Do you think you have what it takes to protect your base and bring glory to your team?

Zombies Attack HalloweenBe sure to read through last week’s post on the Armory essentials and pick up a few items so you are prepped with the deadliest weapons and defense gears to help you destroy zombies with much more power and speed. Killing zombies at the gates in the combat zone is all about strategies and skills. Move your vehicle around so the zombies cannot gang up and surround your vehicle. Also, stock up on weapon ammos so you won’t run out of it when you are in a battle with the zombies.

ArmoryYour team and the entire Eat My Dust world depend on you to scare off the zombies on Haloween. Are you ready for some challenge for this upcoming Halloween?

Wrench’s Facts: Dragons versus Scorpions

Do you know what are the special characteristics of each Eat My Dust team? Regardless of the team that you have already chosen, it is important to learn about your enemies  so that you can find loopholes that can help you beat the opposing team and win a race or a battle against the zombies.

EMD Teams

Dragons

The drivers on this team are known for their fierceness and strength. They are courageous and unafraid to go head-to-head with their enemies. They never back out of a race or battle. They are known for their legendary skills and techniques at racing, dusting enemies, and destroying zombies.

Scorpions

These drivers are known for their intellect and the element of surprise. They are cunning and crafty, but extremely loyal to their teammates and the team’s success. This team uses their brains instead of their brawls to get ahead, and they never refuse the chance to sneak up on an enemy and dust them by surprise!

Which team do you think you should belong to? Pick a side and let us know in the comments!

Prepare for Zombie Attack on Halloween!

The undead can become very strong on Halloween night and our usual defenses in Eat My Dust may not be enough to withhold our barriers. Help protect your team’s base by arming your racing machine with the most powerful weapons! Check out the Halloween selection of armories to help you dust as many zombies as you can on this frightfully fun night!

The Armory

Equip your vehicle with some of the deadliest front weapons, such as the Tier 1 Flame Thrower and the Tier 3 Lightning Gun. Be sure to purchase the correct ammo, which is separated into bullets, energy ammos and missiles, and match it with your weapons. Also, get a rear weapon to boost your damaging index and destroy more zombies during a combat.

Armory

The zombies may attack any minute on Halloween night. Head over to the Armory located in the Combat Zone to load up your weapons with the appropriate ammos, today, and have a hauntingly exciting time in Eat My Dust!

Wrench’s Fun Fact: Zombie Attack!

Defending your base is your primary duty as a member of the Dragon or Scorpion Team in Eat My Dust. Therefore, the first to remember when you hear the alarm go off is to rush to the nearest gates and help wipe out the zombies that attempt to infiltrate your zone.

Zombie Attack Gate

Entering the gates to face the zombies is essentially a survival combat to see how many zombies you can destroy before your health runs out. Before you go through the gates, be sure to stock up on your weapon ammos to ensure that you are fully prepared to take on a wave of zombies. Also, maneuver your killing machine through the area to avoid the cluster of zombies attacking your vehicle. Collect the coins and extra gunpowder when you killed a zombie and hold off the attack for as long as you can!

Zombies Attack

Are you ready for your next battle against the zombies to bring honor and peace to your team in Eat My Dust? We’d love to hear about your zombie killing strategies. Please leave a comment below!

Pull into Your Garage!

When was the last time you took a break from speeding through our Racing Circuit? Whether you’re on team dragons or team scorpions, you might want to pull into your garage and get in some time to work on your car or relax with your racing buddies.

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Celebrate your wins on the tracks by purchasing a few awesome items from our store to start customizing your space. There are furniture pieces, wall hanging, and gadgets galore, so nothing should stop you from making a place in the game that is all your own! What styles do you go for when preparing your ultimate home away from home? Let us know!

Showcase your car and garage by  inviting your teammates and rival racers over for some friendly celebration. After all, there is no denying how hard you all work on the tracks and when dusting those zealous zombies!

Wrench’s Facts: License to Drive

Every driver that steps behind the wheel of a racing machine to hit the road will always have one thing in common. They have all earned a license to drive! While skill, practice, and responsibility factor into learning to drive, the license itself is a form of identification that provides your basic information to  others on the road. And, things are no different in Eat My Dust!

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Whether you’re on team dragon or team scorpion, each driver has an “About Me” page that allows them to share information with everyone they rule the roads with. To start better connecting with some of your teammates and rival racers, fill out your “About Me” page so they know a little bit more about who they’re up against.

This in-game license carries all your stats including your level in the game a picture of your driver and a few fun favorites.  So don’t be afraid to make it your own!

Wrench’s Fun Fact: The Deadly Combination

Are tired of being dusted in every race? Do you want to know what the secrets to creating the deadliest racing car on the streets are? Your performance on the race tracks and your ability to complete missions in Eat My Dust is highly depended on how you put together your racing machine. Check out some of Wrench’s tips below and start building your killing machine to bring glory to your team!

Specs

Speed is obviously one of the most important functions you need to pay attention to. As you rank up, you can unlock special car components that can help you enhance the speed and acceleration of your car dramatically. However, you should also consider boosting your offroad and handling specifications as it is important to learn how to control your car so you don’t end up flying off the road or crashing into obstacles because you were driving too fast.

Also, switching up your driver can also help you boost your cars performance. You can pick from Ninja heads, to pumpkin heads, to skulls. However, be sure to try out a few different drivers to find the one that best suits your technique and skills. Lastly, gear up your car with the fiercest weapon you can find and start terminating the zombies!

Beating your buddies’ race time can be so much easier if you have the best combination to wipe out your competition. Let the other racers eat your dust in the next race! Head over to the Mechanic Shop today and suit up your car with gears to speed up!

The Evolution of the Automobile

With all the advancements and custom cool features that you’re able to add to your Eat My Dust car, how much do you actually know about the evolution of the automobile from its original inception as a steam powered vehicle in the late 1700s? Before you hop behind the wheel and speed on over to the Racing circuit to compete in your next race, take some time to read through this brief history of the earliest automobiles!

First Mercedes car ever! Ever!

The modern gas fueled car that you now today did not really make its way onto the scene until the early 1800s with many citing 1886 as the year of the first modern car. It was in this year that two of the major players in the race to create the first car, Karl Friedrich Benz and Gottlieb Daimler filed their patents on their transportation vehicles. Cars did not become mass market items until the early 1900s, as the new industrial era enabled automobile icons like Henry Ford to bring cars from the aristocratic elite to the larger market in the United States.