Russian Offroad

Russian Offroad

Russian Offroad is a free game for Android that claims it will let you experience Russian offroad and forest roads on your Android device. It will let you do so for sure but there isn’t much else to this app.

Despite its size of nearly 30 MB Russian Offroad does not offer much. There aren’t even in-game menus, options and other features to choose from. Once run this application will toss you directly in the game, which consists of decent (but not great) graphics and simple sound. You drive a vehicle designed to cover rough terrain and you turn the wheel by tilting your Android device. The only goal of the app is to drive around and experience bumps that, according to the author of this app, exist on Russian forest roads. There isn’t much else to do – you cannot exit your vehicle, you cannot change the camera, use the horn, accelerate and stop the car, etc. The only things you will see in this game are trees, a forest road and then a house here and there as well as some things that look like wooden US mailboxes. We did see some glitches in the game – for example the sky looks to be directly imposed on trees, which lose their tops when you get closer to them. In addition to that if you hit a tree, there’s no going back and you simply remain stuck at the spot.

Russian Offroad is nothing special. If you want to experience rough roads then you should be looking for a different app. In case you want this one, though, you can find it here on Google Play. A small consolation is that Russian Offroad is free.

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