Turbo FAST

Turbo FAST

We should not describe Turbo FAST too much as this is another game that say pretty much everything in the title. Yes, Turbo FAST is a racer game, so does it offer anything more when compared to other titles of the genre? The answer is: not really.

This is not to say that Turbo FAST is a bad game, quite the contrary. It does not bring anything new to the table, though. In this free Android app you happen to be a snail whose main goal is to race and defeat other racing opponents. There is some humor in the app as you can see – snails are notoriously slow creatures but this is not the case here. Anyway the game is all about racing and before you get to the serious stuff you will have to complete a short tutorial. A nice feature is that there are at least 4 different ways in which you can control your snail so you won’t get stuck with a game that does not offer a convenient way of controlling your character. So Turbo FAST lets you race on various futuristic tracks and apart from winning you will also have to collect tomatoes (yes, tomatoes) that you can later use to upgrade the racing skills of your snail.

There isn’t much else to say about Turbo FAST as this is your ordinary racing game. One thing that we should add is that the game is all in 3D, which is a nice touch. In addition the sound is okay and that’s about it.

Turbo FAST is here on Google Play so you can check this game out if you feel like it.

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