Hill Climb Cardboard Racing | DIY

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Introduction: Hill Climb Cardboard Racing | DIY

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Today we make for you very nice Hill Climb Racing Game from cardboard for kids. You can play all day and you can lose in this game. If you want to make hard mode, you can speed up velocity of electric motors.

For this you need:

  • cardboard
  • skewers
  • sticks for ice cream
  • two electric motors 12 volts
  • wire
  • 9 volt battery
  • Electromotor 9 volts
  • foil
  • double scotch tape
  • paints
  • hot glue
  • bearings

First of all look the video instruction ->

Step 1: Platform

To create a spinning platform I used fidget spinner and cardboard

Step 2: Map

I used cardboard to create the map.

The platform is being moved by 12-volt electric motors

Step 3: Remote Control

I used 5 bolts for the contacts.

This scheme is necessary in order for the fall to occur in both directions.

Step 4: Car

I came up with a machine control system.

To do this, you need to make rails of sticks. Lock the sliding surface. and attach the machine to it.

Step 5: Game Over

For the inscription to fall, you need to make a system.

To do this, you need a battery, a motor, a stick and a foil.

The foil closes the contact when the machine is turned over.

Step 6: Decoration

I used the image of coins and capacity from the game. It looks very similar.

Step 7: Rejoice

This game is ideal for children. It develops creativity and intelligence.

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    Nicely engineered! It's impressive what you can do with cardboard!