Torque Burnout

Torque Burnout

Racing games are really popular around the world – after all nearly everyone drives or owns a car and has felt the adrenaline cars can give. The problem with this in real life is cost – it is expensive to build and maintain a racing car, you always run the risk of an injury or accident and more. So why not turn to video games?

Torque Burnout is a game that will likely satisfy all your needs for drifting, tire smoke, cheering crowds and more. This free Android app is not your usual racing game since here you will not race against other opponents – instead you will perform various stunts and racing tricks. Speaking of this the game come with several game modes, which means that you will enjoy a lot of content. In addition to this the game will present you with various racing cars to drive but you will have to earn experience and recognition before you can touch more powerful models. Torque Burnout has a lot of levels too but before you can advance to the next one you will have to meet certain level requirements, that is perform a number of stunts and more.

Torque Burnout is around 200 MB in size but this is because the game comes with really nice 3D graphics. Truth to be told these are not the best visuals we have seen but they are nevertheless very, very nice. This adds tons of value to the game since the visuals will immerse you into a new world full of races and nice cars. In fact we cannot imagine Torque Burnout to exist without these great visuals.

All in all Torque Burnout is one of the best drift games we have seen. The app has everything you would expect from such a game and then more. Furthermore the game is free so this makes the app even sweeter. What’s not to like here?

Torque Burnout is right here on Google Play.

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