School Driving 3D

School Driving 3D

You like to play driving games but you are tired of the same old story – pick an expensive car and defeat your adversaries? Here’s something new for you – a free Android game that goes by the name of School Driving 3D.

School Driving 3D is a game where you have to earn your driving license and this is why it offers something new and fresh on the market. We have to tell you that we did enjoy this game due to these reasons. It is easy to play – you get to drive a car and then gain points if you follow all road rules and then drive safely. You can also play the game in Free Ride mode where all you have to do is drive the car. We did like the fact that there are extensive options too that allow you to adjust the game play in the way you want. As to graphics and sound – they are decent and we think that you will enjoy them – especially the graphics that is fully 3D.

School Driving 3D is something fresh and new in the driving genre and this is why we recommend this game. It is free to download and easy to play so what are you waiting for?

You can take a look at this game right here on Google Play.

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