Faily Brakes

Faily Brakes

Faily Brakes is a simple and non-demanding Android game, which will bring you fun by making you experience car crashes with unexpected consequences.

The game belongs to the arcade genre and as such has all the traits of an arcade game. It comes with a very simple main menu where you can either start playing or change some settings. When you start playing you enter the shoes of some poor guy who’s driving a car that is going downhill when he suddenly realizes that the car brakes do not function. So here the action starts – the main goal is to go as far as possible without crashing the car but this will be hard since there are many obstacles in your way. Sooner or later you will crash so this is the end – if you want to play again, you will have to start again from the main menu.

Since Faily Brakes is an arcade game, it comes with very simple, pixilated graphics that were seen in the early 1990s but we will have to live with this. There’s a chance that these visuals were used to add more fun to the game and they do but who knows? In addition the game comes with nice sound effects, which is nice.

Faily Brakes is a fun arcade game that is for casual players. The main strength of the game lies in the gameplay, which is dynamic and fun and moreover, you will get to see some horrific car crashes. Apart from this the app does not pretend to be anything more but we are okay with this.

Faily Brakes is here on Google Play.

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