If you’re tired of the lack of realism in your tablet based racing games then the makers of Pocket Racing 2.0 might have just the solution for you.
The company, which currently has a Kick Starter campaign going on, hopes to make the first game for tablets to use real, interactive toy cars in a racing game.
As you can tell from the following short video, the concept is pretty simple, but adds a pretty cool dynamic to an already existing game genre and platform.
The cars will have real haptic and visual feedback based on what occurs in game. Purchasing additional shells for your car base will unlock additional in-game cars.
The creators of the game are looking for backers to help them raise $40,000 to make the game a reality. All levels of backing include a copy of the game and at least one car.