Police Car Driver 3D

Police Car Driver 3D

Fascinated with police? Now you will get to drive a police car – at least on your Android device.

Police Car Driver 3D is a game that will give you this exact opportunity. It will let you drive a police car and patrol streets, boulevards and neighborhoods. Is there anything else though? No.

Don’t get us wrong – Police Car Driver 3D is not a bad game. It has drawbacks though. We will start with the difficult car handling. It is done through a steering wheel that you will see to the left but the wheel is simply too sensitive and you will find yourself circling around quite often. In addition to that the graphics of the game is not what we would call great. Then the police car can go through buildings with no damage at all. It’s like they do not exist. Finally the game seems to require a powerful Android device as the frame rate we got was relatively low and offered choppy game play and our Android tablet is not the slowest out there.

All in all we were not impressed by Police Car Driver 3D. It is just another driving game with some problems, attached to it. But if you are into this genre, you can take a look at this app here.

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