Powerboat Racing 3D

Powerboat Racing 3D

As the name of this app suggests Powerboat Racing 3D is a game that deals with racing but this time in water instead on tracks. While this might sound boring we will say that this game is free and can be downloaded on any Android device now.

In fact Powerboat Racing 3D comes with more than what you would expect from such an application. The game features really nice and colorful 3D graphics and then a lot of options to choose from. Thus you can race, win medals and points and then upgrade your powerful boat so that you can achieve even greater wins. Couple this with the nice sound the game comes with and you will see that you have another winner game in your hands!

There’s something we did not like though and it was the game handling. You must tilt your Android device to the right and left to make your boat turn left and right and this is something that we find to be difficult. Fortunately you can adjust the sensitivity of the game and it helps a little.

Powerboat Racing 3D is a free app that can be found right here on Google Play.

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