The Arrow design is like Setpoint's in so far as it has seats on the outsides of the track, sure, but I doubt there's enough similarities for it to infringe on Seizmic's patents. First of all, from what we know, the Arrows don't "race" -- they're connected, aren't they? Also, I mean, Arrow's spin, for god's sake. If you ask me, that's enough difference right there, not to mention the track is completely different.
And if Arrow had started work on their new idea before Setpoint released plans for Seizmic and applied for the patent, wouldn't that justify it all?
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i think it would be a good concept except it woudl be hard to make a train model. plus think how much room that would take up. If thats a little model the track would be huge. I agree w/ the lower level thing
I don't recall where I read this, perhaps Screamscape, but the two trains not only race but they can duel, too! The track splits in to two tracks, like a transfer track does, and the two trains can travel on completely independent track. This is definetly nothing like 4D at all!