Scripting things is hard if you want a believable game; you have to manually create all of the possible outcomes of all the actions.
Making things work procedurally is always better, and you can tell by looking at Beam.ng's latest trailer, showing off their destructible cars and various maps for you to try it out yourself...
Beam.ng Releases Alpha For Car Destruction Game
The game, Drive, doesn't really have any aspects of a game just yet - you can drive yourself around the levels, but there's noone to race with, and no goals. Luckily, there are plenty of hills and rocks that you can smash one of the few cars available onto!
Destruction Physics is where this game will shine, and if you want to have your playtime, look no further than the free demo. Of course, if you want a bit more, you should support the alpha, which will have more maps, cars and features added to it as the game develops. Take a look below:
Can a game just about destroying cars really be this fun? How long will it take before the devs add building destruction too? Tell us your thoughts below!
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Hehe, what about "crush" with two cars? That's what I'm trying to do but there's no physics on the second car and I pretty much can't do anything with it but move it around with my mouse. That's what's holding me back from buying it because I don't know if this is purposely done for the tech demo or not. :/
Try and change it to the lowest resolution windowed mode. I had that problem as well, but it runs fine now. If you do that and can change the settings without it crashing, then change "Mesh Quality" and "Lighting Quality" to the lowest and you'll get better FPS. :)