Truck Racing Simulation

Truck Racing Simulation

Truck racing is an interesting activity – it is much different than sports car racing and it is much more exciting. This is the reason why truck racing will always have fans around the world, including on Google Play.

Really, if you look closer at the first 50 apps you will soon find a new app that is called Truck Racing Simulation. It promises to let you race with trucks on nice and beautiful highways and much more. Sounds exciting, right? Yes, it does. So we went ahead and downloaded this app to re-live the fun of driving a truck.

Well, we were mistaken or to be more precise we were lied to. Truck Racing Simulation is not a game despite the promising pictures – it is a puzzle game where you have to put numerous pieces of a single picture together to get the picture. We must admit we enjoyed this activity as it was fun, the game ran smoothly and the interface was nice. Yet we still carried the disappointment of what had just happened as we were expecting a truck racing game and not something else.

Truck Racing Simulation is not a bad app – don’t get us wrong. In its role of a puzzle game it does the job just great but its authors have to really think hard on how they present their products. So if you want to play a truck racing game then Truck Racing Simulation is not for you as it is not such a game. If you want to play a puzzle game that is about trucks then Truck Racing Simulation is definitely for you.

You can see Truck Racing Simulation here on Google Play.

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