Daytona Rush

Daytona Rush

Daytona Rush is a game that will appeal best to fans of the Daytona races as the name of the app suggests. It will take you to the world of Daytona racing so that you can feel what it is to be a driver of a fast car.

The game is a simple one, though, so do not expect too much. You start with a simple car that you can later improve and you are instantly taken to a race where you have to not only win but also meet certain requirements like race for at least 3000 yards and so on. Of course you must not hit other cars or drive recklessly because you will either crash or get disqualified, so be careful.

Daytona Rush offers nice 3D graphics and nice music that you expect from racing games and a really easy way to control the car – you can either swipe or tap on the display to change lanes. Apart from this there isn’t much more that this game brings, so like we said do not expect too much.

Daytona Rush is an average racing game for people who just want to spend some time racing and this is it. The app brings everything that you will need but nothing more than that. Even then it will help you kill some time so if this is your goal, then go for it.

Daytona Rush is here on Google Play.

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