We have CSR, CSC, any kinds of racing championships, and anything else to challenge. But there’s one thing. There’s no dedicated challenge for making engines in the forums. I can admit that the engine designer isn’t great right now, but with that said, I’m still want to make this challenge.
Meet Engineering Creation Challenge, aka. ECC.
So what’s ECC you may ask? It’s a challenge for making engines on the game Automation. Everyone who joins the challenge will need to make use of their engine making skills, to create the best engine for the job (e.g. there’s no way to put a 6.5 Lambo V12 in a economy hatchback without being a mess lol)
Everyone with a genuine copy of the game can join the challenge.
Each round is hosted by the host (hostess) and they must need to make the rules for the challenge.
Every contestant must post these screens for their engine entries:
Things that the host of this challenge wants
All entries will be graded by these values:
Engine family & variant
Crank, Rods and Pistons
Head & Top End
Aspiration (if turbocharged)
Fuel & Exhaust system
Engineering Time and Production Units
Price, product quality, reliability, emissions, etc.
Also depending on challenge, you may also be asked to make a chassis, drivetrain, transmission and suspension for the car. There will be some limits for that too, and you may need to make the car’s internals as well.
Winners may be chosen by leading and exceeding in one of the major targets or more.
- Like CSR and CSC, the winner will have a choice to continue the challenge by starting the next one. If the winner decided not to or not responding within 48 hours/2 days, then the second place will take over the role of hosting the next challenge and so on. Please continue this thread if you decided to host the next event.
- Every challenge will have 3 days of rule changes, and a 8 day entry duration. Winners will be announced after the day or two after the ending of the competition.
What are you waiting for? Start your engines!
UPDATE: ECC1 is up!
(Details coming soon, stay tuned.)
ECC1: @F12OM >