Racing Cars 3D – Speed Car

Racing Cars 3D – Speed Car

There are many easy things in life and one of them is finding a racing game on Google Play, a game like Racing Cars 3D – Speed Car.

This one has a few surprises for you though and when we take them into account we kind of doubt you will like Racing Cars 3D – Speed Car given how many other racing games there are. We’ll start with the graphics – it is simply poor. It is as if you are playing a PC game from the early 1990s. Then the game is choppy and we suspect that it has some pretty high hardware requirements despite the poor graphics that it presents. We can’t say good words about the game play too – the only thing that you do is drive a car for a certain amount of time. The goal is not to crash it in objects on the road or hit other cars. At the same time you should also collect golden coins that you can find on the road. A really funny thing is that you get a gas pedal only and no brakes so be careful with it. Otherwise the app has nice music and the car is easy to handle.

If you have a few free minutes you can check this game out here on Google Play.

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