Road Smash: Crazy Racing!

Road Smash: Crazy Racing!

Wanna drive some really fancy cars? We thought so. Well, the thing is that you will be driving virtual cars but in this case you will be able to crash them with no legal consequences. Welcome to Road Smash: Crazy Racing!

This app has been floating around Google Play for a while now and for a reason. It is a good game that clearly shows the effort that was invested inside. You will be treated with nice 3D graphics, great sound, effects and more. You can choose among a number of sports cars, change colors, rims and vinyls, and more. The gameplay consist of driving your car on a highway with the goal being to complete the level with no car accidents. The distance covered gives you money that you can later use to upgrade your car.

Road Smash: Crazy Racing! is a nice game that will keep you occupied. It is not a masterpiece but it is definitely one of the better games when it comes to this game genre.

You can take a look at this free application for Android right here on Google Play.

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