Zukor's Drive Game - Clinical Version
- Designed for clinical neuro or biofeedback training
- 15 awesome vehicles, 5 exciting tracks
- 2 driving modes, solo & duel
- Race against your own previous sessions
Zukor's Drive is an advanced feedback game which offers game play from very relaxed to extremely intense, or any point in between.
Zukor's Drive is designed for clinical neurofeedback or biofeedback training and, with an upgrade, for peak performance training that can be purchased separately.
Zukor's Drive Clinical Version offers a solo or dual drive modes, plus an unique doppelganger option in which the patient competes against their own past performance. It includes 15 diverse vehicles and 5 high-quality tracks.
Zukor's Drive also includes all the standard features of Zukor feedback games, such as profiles, scores, auditory feedback, period/session length presets and more. It is Zukor Interactive’s most ambitious feedback game and is certain to focus your clinical patients and engage those undergoing peak performance training.
3 Driving Modes
- Supports All Modalities
- 1-16 Events
- Modality Presets
- Modality Editor
- Auditory Feedback
- Patient Profiles
- Points-based Unlocking
- Bristol Motor Speedway
- Daytona Road Course
- Go Cart Track
- Sports Cars
- Pick Up Truck
Note: Most computers sold within the last two years will meet the first two requirements.
Windows 7, 8 or 10 on a regular PC or on a Mac (Bootcamp).
NOTE: Microsoft no longer supports many versions of Windows XP and Windows Vista.
IMPORTANT: Please make sure you have installed ALL Windows 7 or Windows 8 updates PRIOR TO INSTALLING and running Zukor's Drive. Failure to do this may lead to improper operation of the game.
Computer Graphics Requirements
Dedicated graphics card with at least 512 MB dedicated video memory.
NOTE: Systems which do not meet these graphic requirements will still likely play the game, but may require graphic adjustments within the game to reduce graphics quality so the game will play smoothly.
Two monitors (dedicated dual monitor setup).
Game monitor should be 21+ inches, widescreen and set at a minimum resolution of 1280x720.
Note 1: If using a laptop computer, the laptop screen counts as one monitor.
Note 2: A second monitor which meets the above requirements is a very inexpensive investment costing about $125-$175 on Amazon or at Best Buy.
Note 3: Video projectors, Plasma TVs and LCD TVs usually work as well, but could require the Windows graphic settings to be adjusted.
SUGGESTION: For an absolutely amazing feedback experience for your patients, invest in a 42-inch Plasma or LCD TV for your second monitor. These currently cost about $400 or less on Amazon or at Best Buy.