My biggest question is how this game is going to work. The two ways I see it are listed below: A game: Having various missions or challenges to progress through the game. Completing the missions would give some sort of reward, which would either be a car, a map, or currency used to purchase these various things. A game is something that can be completed. An example is something like the Gran Turismo games. You start with a bit of money to purchase your first car, then dive into the many races the game offers. Winning races earns new cars and money, which can be used to buy more cars or customize existing ones. These cars continue to get better to allow you to compete in more difficult and technical races. A program: I didn't know what to call this one. "Program" might not be the best word. Basically, a program would be like Rigs of Rods: there's no way to win or lose, just free roam with a full garage. I'm not saying that is a bad thing. Heck, I loved Rigs of Rods. I just wouldn't classify it as a game. I didn't know which of these you guys intended on creating. A game would be really fun, but a "program" would be just as cool. Either way, I'm excited about this game/program!