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Technology, style, and speed: 3D designs showcase famous cartoon cars as high-tech supercars

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  • Taking inspiration from popular gaming and cartoon cars, Compare the Market has imagined four famous vehicles as real-life supercars
  • 3D renders include Homer’s sedan from The Simpsons, Brian’s Prius from Family Guy, The Onion Carriage from Shrek, and Fred’s Flintmobile from The Flintstones

Supercars are often regarded as some of the most powerful and luxurious vehicles in the world, bringing speed, style, and exceptional performance into a one-of-a-kind machine.

Working with an expert designer, compare the market.com.au have taken some of the most iconic gaming and cartoon motors, such as Homer’s sedan and The Onion Carriage from Shrek, and have created 3D renders of each, as though they are real-life supercars.

Read on to discover more about how each car has been carefully crafted, and to see the 3D designs come to life…

Homer’s car, The Simpsons

Taking inspiration from the classic round look of the sedan’s headlights, as well as the squared roof, curved style of the hood, and the trunk lid, Homer’s supercar adaption has introduced a slight angle to the top, and a rounded middle with an airflow gap.

The rear side of the car has been transformed, so it resembles a modernised version of the classic shape of older supercars; transferring the metal rear covers around the taillights to the spoiler, to make the back of the car more aerodynamic.

Fred’s Flintmobile, The Flintstones

With the original being constructed from very primitive parts, the Flintmobile supercar required additional modification, however, there are a number of elements from the cartoon version that make it recognizable.

The side of Fred’s vehicle was made of wooden branches, inspiring the red color of the imagined supercar. Rims were created with a filled-solid look, since the original had solid cylindrical stones for wheels. The length of the car has been kept to a minimum, seeing as the Flintmobile didn’t have a hood or a trunk.

The Onion Carriage, Shrek

Although it is not a typical mode of transport, The Onion Carriage from Shrek provided a lot of potential to be turned into a supercar, with specific customizations. The wheels are made of plant vines, and therefore the supercar wheels have been created using a specific pattern to resemble the original.

Inspiration was taken from the cream colour for the main body of the car, whilst using bright salad green shades on the extras and interiors of the car. With this, the side windows were slightly pinched at the corners, to give Shrek’s supercar an arabesque look, similar to the original carriage.

Brian’s Prius, Family Guy

To re-imagine Brian’s much-loved Prius as a luxurious supercar, the designs were carefully crafted using straight cutting sculpting technology to shape the car, with added curvature to mimic the original model. The double headlights were used as inspiration, as well as the grid on the lower bumper.

To give it a nostalgic feeling and to make it recognizable, the colours of both the exterior and interiors were kept similar to the original vehicle.

Commenting on the 3D renders, Stephen Zeller, General Manager of General Insurance at Compare the Market, said: “If you are lucky enough to purchase a real-life supercar in your lifetime and not one of our cartoon-inspired versions, it’s important to remember that cars of such a high value, are also likely to come with an increased insurance premium.”

To find out more about each vehicle, as well as further expert insight on the cost of each car, please visit: https://www.comparethemarket.com.au/car-insurance/cartoon-supercars/

George Miller (Gyorgy Molnar) started his career in content marketing and has started working as an Editor/Content Manager for our company in 2016. George has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy content becoming Head of Content in 2017. He is responsible for the news being shared on multiple websites that are part of the European Gaming Media Network.

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The World of Electronic Game

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The electronic game also known as a computer game or video game is an interactive form of a game that needs electronics to create an interactive game for players to play. This machine is operated thru video game arcades, video consoles, handheld games, or personal computers. It can also be played on smartphones and a platform connected to the smart television.

Standalone systems can also be considered as video games such as slot machines. Handheld games like smartphones are part of an electronic game whether the player is playing video games online or wagering. Gambling is very common these days to people all around the world because of its convenience to wager using one’s gadget. The popularity of online casinos increases the demand for electronic games.  A lot of casino sites are also gaining popularity nowadays like Allbonuscodes from Canada. The online site usually introduces new casino games with great incentives and perks such as no deposit free spins in Canada -which is truly great for gambling enthusiasts.

Common Forms Electronic Game

1. Teletype Game

Considered the early form of computer game. This type of game became popular in the early ’70s and it prints series of characters on paper which the player reads instead of a video display.

2. Electronic Handhelds

This type of computer game is the earliest form of the dedicated console (a video game limited to one or more built-in video games distributed via ROM. Cartridges, disks, downloads, and other media). Interactive games can be played and characters are made smaller in handheld games.

3. Pinball machines

An arcade game equipment on which pinball is played. Players use paddles to control one or two balls inside a pinball machine. Pinball machines are standalone system and it is glass covered completely with lights, targets, and designs inside. Players have to score many points by hitting the ball using the paddles before the balls drain down the exit. This type of arcade game became popular in the 1990s.

4. Redemption Games

This type of machine is an arcade game that rewards the player proportionally to their score in the game. Its rewards are usually tickets and it is redeemable. The more skillful the player is, the more novelty tickets to win.

5. Slot Machines

The all type favorite casino gambling machine which is very popular to the majority and it can be played at the land-based casino or sometimes amusement parks. It has three or four reels that spin when the button is pushed. When the object in the reel matches, then the player wins.

6. Video Games

A video game is a type of game wherein the player has visual interaction towards the game that they are playing. Examples are arcade games, handheld games, or games that can be played thru a personal computer.

7. Computer Video Games

Also, refer to as PC Game, it is considered as the modern type because players can play video games thru their personal computer with the aid of a stable internet connection. The player can play internet games alone or with other players.

Final Insight:

Electronic games have gone a long way, from the Teletech Game to the kind of mobile games that we now know. E-Games will continue evolving and entertain people.

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Slotmill has concluded an agreement with online casino Vavada which rapidly has secured a significant market position targeting central- and eastern Europe. Vavada offers a wide range of products and will now add the Slotmill game portfolio. Delivery of the Slotmill games will be through the partnership with Relax.

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Week 37/2021 slot games releases

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Here are this weeks latest slots releases!

Yggdrasil, the leading worldwide publisher of online gambling content, has struck gold in its newest Infinity Reels hit from Bad Dingo, supplied in partnership with ReelPlay. Bad Dingo’s Golden Haul Infinity Reels sees players follow a friendly miner deep underground in search of glittering veins of wealth, as he blasts his way to unimaginable riches. Unique to Bad Dingo, landing the new Infinity Wild symbol extends the wild symbol across multiple reels. Hitting multiple Infinity Wild symbols at once provides for an incredible visual as the dynamite cart driving miner extends across the reels, explosions in his wake.

 

Nolimit City is gearing up to release yet another one-of-a-kind slot gaming experience, this time travelling back in time with a blast from the past. Still feeling the effects from their most recent release, Mental, they are now ready to throw their players into a warzone where the battle for gold is in the harsh depths of a sea that swallows anything alive- Das xBoot. Das xBoot presents a 234432-reel set layout, with close to unlimited ways-to-win and a total simulated max payout of 55,200x. The game features the studio’s powerful mechanic, xWays®, along with the comeback of their renowned and perfectly fitting xMechanics, xBomb® and xNudge®.

 

 

AvatarUX has exclusively rolled out its eight PopWins hit, taking players to the plush world of the most glamourous pigs in town. Set in a glitzy, casino-style setting, PiggyPop sees the supplier’s iconic PopWins mechanic return, with each win ‘popping’, before the reel height increases and two more symbols take their place. The feature allows the reels to expand to up to six symbols in base play, and eight in the free spins mode.

 

 

Spearhead Studios unveils a new visual identity for one of the company’s most popular titles. The Pirates of the Mediterranean has gotten a well-deserved visual makeover and is ready to greet players with an updated look & feel. Pirates of the Mediterranean Remastered is a 5X3 videoslot with ten paylines which is set to bring entertainment levels up. Players will encounter the adventurous pirate captain and his sea maiden in their quest to recover the huge riches contained inside the pirate’s coveted treasure chest. The base game includes random Walking Wilds, which can appear on any of the five reels, and which can also re-trigger.

 

1X2 Network is taking players deep underground to a mine located at the earth’s core where a team of Dwarves are harvesting rare gems and coins in Dwarven Gems Megaways, the latest slot to leave its production line and built on the state-of-the-art GECKO framework. The long anticipated first game on Iron Dog Studio’s new framework shows the smooth gameplay and enhanced user interface that 1X2 Network’s teams have talked about in the lead up to this release. The robust and flexible framework is set to form the basis of the portfolio for a long time to come and has been built from the ground up with the end user in mind. Dwarven Gems Megaways showcases the best of the framework well and is sure to leave operators and players excited for more content built upon it.

 

On September 15, 2021, True Lab’s new circus-themed slot made its public debut.
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Playson has made a scorching addition to its Timeless Fruit Slots portfolio with the launch of Hot Burning Wins. This nostalgic 3×3 title features the classic five paylines which pay from left to right, delivering a relaxed and simplistic playing experience that is appealing to a wide audience. The fruit machine style slot has a premium front-end design with photorealistic fruit symbols that players are accustomed to with Playson’s Timeless Fruit Slots portfolio. The game is packed with quality drawings of watermelons, grapes, plums, lemons, oranges and cherries, along with its top-paying symbols BARs, golden bells and iconic red Sevens.

 

 

Blueprint Gaming has unveiled its latest slot Eternal Phoenix Megaways that includes the popular Power Play mode, allowing players to have more control over their Megaways experience. For an additional cost, players of this slot adventure are guaranteed a minimum number of Megaways, offering the chance to experience bigger wins, greater cascades and a higher frequency of triggering the bonus.

 

 

Yggdrasil, the leading worldwide publisher of online gambling content, has partnered with 4ThePlayer to release its latest unique YG Masters creation 10x Rewind. The title is set to blast players back to the past with the Rewind Time Win Spin mechanic, which reverses time to repeat previous wins. To trigger this unique mechanism, three Win Spin scatter symbols must land, only appearing on reels 1, 3 and 6. Past wins are taken to a new level during this feature, boosted by an increasing win multiplier. Where previous wins do not exist, random wins will be generated.

 

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