Driver Speedboat Paradise

Driver Speedboat Paradise

When you hear the word “speed” you will likely think of racing. This is exactly what Driver Speedboat Paradise is all about but this time you will be racing with boats instead of trucks or cars. This was the reason why we downloaded and tried this game just to find out if it is worth it.

The whole process started with a problem – the game is 435 MB in size and takes a good chunk of time before it arrives on your Android device. We had to wait for quite a while, while crossing fingers to get a good game. Driver Speedboat Paradise is not a bad app after all but we feel the huge size of the game simply does not offer enough to justify itself.

As you can see Driver Speedboat Paradise is a racer game but this time you will be racing with boats. This has advantages when it comes to the gameplay – boats race on water and the colorless, odorless liquid allows the players and the boats to perform various stunts, not to mention the boat movement is more fluid. The app offers various game modes to choose from, which is nice as well as some in-game features that make the app even sweeter. Basically you race in order to be first or set a new time record but while racing there’s nitro as well and various stunts that you can perform. These two give you advantages so try to perform them whenever you can. You need a fast boat too so there’s an in-game store that allows you to purchase boats and then customize them. The more cash and experience you have the better boats you will get! So try to win as often as you can!

Driver Speedboat Paradise does disappoint in the graphics department, though – the game seems to be blurry while playing. Of course, it could be just us but when you compare the size of the game to the graphics quality you feel somewhat cheated. All other things like sound are okay and there’s an in-game tutorial as well.

All in all Driver Speedboat Paradise is just another racer. The thing that is different here is that you will be racing with boats and not cars and this is something nice. The problem is that the graphics are blurry and given the size of the game it simply does not deliver enough to justify this size.

Driver Speedboat Paradise is here on Google Play.

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