Traffic Rider

Traffic Rider

We haven’t reviewed a racing game in quite a while so here’s one. Called Traffic Rider this free app for Android will bring you some adrenaline due to the high highway speeds that you will get to experience.

The game comes with tons of features and this is why it measures around 90 MB in size, which isn’t little for an Android game. The game size will pay off, though, since the game is a really nice representative of racing games and in addition here you will be driving motorcycles instead of cars. You start with a weak and slow bike that you can later upgrade given you win your races so in the end you might have a really nice and powerful motorcycle. The game offers several game modes to choose from including Career, Time Trial, Free Ride and Endless. We will not discuss these here as they are self-explanatory but sadly for some users you will not be able to start with the game mode you prefer since they are all locked with the exception of Career so if you want to play the other modes you will have to finish at least a few Career levels. They are easy – get to the finish in the time allotted and then move to the next level. As to graphics and sound Traffic Rider excels – the game comes with 3D graphics all around and the sound inside the game is also very nice and adds to the value of the app.

In a few words Traffic Rider is one of the best racing games we have played in a really long time so we think you will also like this free Android app. The game offers addictive and dynamic gameplay, excellent visuals, great sound and various game modes so the hours of fun are guaranteed!

Traffic Rider is here on Google Play!

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