Hill Climb Race 3D 4×4

Hill Climb Race 3D 4×4

When you see a racing game on Google Play you may think that it is all about getting to the finish line first, but sometimes this statement simply does not hold true. An app called Hill Climb Race 3D 4×4 is a proof of this.

The name of the game says pretty much everything you need to know – the goal of the game is to take a pickup truck from the Start line to the Finish line by covering tough tracks that include hills, climbs, and other obstacles. Of course things are not as easy as they may look like – you have to stay away from the abyss that stands next to you … and the steering wheel has the strange tendency to not keep a straight line ahead of you. This is what the challenge that lies ahead of you is all about and trust us – it will keep you occupied and you will have fun for sure.

Hill Climb Race 3D 4×4 does lack in other areas – although the game is in 3D the graphics are not great at all, but if you think positively this makes the game simpler to learn and play and the utilization of your hardware is lower. The app is a simple game – it does not have fancy menus, options or the like and this is it – whether you like this fact or not is up to you as you cannot change anything.

All in all Hill Climb Race 3D 4×4 may be a simple game but it brings fun and we think you will like it. Before you download it you can see its Google Play page here.

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