In order to have the best experience with OVERDRIVE, we have a few rules that must be followed when building an OVERDRIVE track.
- All tracks must have one (and only one) start/finish track piece.
- Start/finish piece dictates the direction of travel on the track. All directional pieces must be pointed in the same direction as the start/finish piece.
- All jump pieces are directional and both pieces must point in the same direction of travel as the start/finish piece.
- When using the Launch kit, for best results, make sure a straight piece is connected to the jump piece.
- When using multiple intersection track pieces, they may not be directly connected to each other. There must be at least one other track piece in-between them.
- Intersection pieces may not be used as a straight piece, all 4 sides must be connected into a loop.
- The track must be a single, complete loop
- A loop is defined as the ability for a vehicle to visit every piece on the track without needing to turn on intersections.
- The start/finish piece cannot be directly connected to a jump piece
If you start your Anki OVERDRIVE experience with an Anki.com Bundle we strongly recommend to use the Starter Kit for the original on-boarding. Only the Starter Kit allows you to complete the tutorial which will guide you through the game basics and also marks the first stage of the Anki OVERDRIVE Tournament!