3-D Ultra Radio Control Racers Ad Blurbs (Windows)

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Advertising Blurbs

Back of Box - Windows (United States):
    Objects in mirror are closer than they appear... and they just might eat you!

    Get ready to rumble with the authentic radio control racing game.

    • Customize your racer in the Paint Shop where each car has six different paint and decal schemes.

    • Ultra-Cool power ups like the Turbo boost and Electroshocks add twists and surprises to every race.

    • Crazy jumps, wild curves, perilous obstacles, and hidden pitfalls appear on eight unique track

    • Win races, collect big bucks, and upgrade your racer as the season progresses

    • Jump right into a quick race where no qualifying is required, or vie for the championship in Circuit Racing.

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (199135) on Feb 13, 2010.

Inside Covers - Windows (United States):

    How's My Driving?
    Call 1 - 800 - EAT - MUD!

    Jump the baby pool, curve around the swing set, drive over the grass seed bags, then

    launch from the roof of the dog house···It's just another outing on the Backyard Track. Is that the checkered flag or the picnic tablecloth?

    Negotiate double jumps and slide around sweeper corners in the ultimate dream Extreme Raceway
    Eight wild tracks mean hours of surprises around every hour.

    Catch air with a tricked-out buggy, or stomp around the tracks in a 4-wheel drive truck. All vehicles can be customized and upgraded for the right price.

    Whatever your pleasure it's a winner-take-all sprint for the finish line!

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (199135) on Feb 13, 2010.

Ad in "3-D Ultra Lionel Train Town Deluxe" Package (Win/US):


    Fast and Furious R/C
    Racing with a Twist

    Radio Control Racers Deluxe brings the wildly popular hobby of RC Racing to life and then some. Put your racer to the test on 16 tracks of insane jumps, twisting turns and off-the-wall pitfalls.

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (199135) on Feb 12, 2010.