Voyage: Eurasia Roads

Voyage: Eurasia Roads

People in general like cars and that’s why they use them and own them. Some people like to race with cars while others simply like to drive and travel. This requires time and money, which few people have on a daily basis. Besides people who have traveled continents in cars are really few. Now you can remedy this situation by playing a game called Voyage: Eurasia Trips, which promises to take you across Europe on a trip that you will not forget.

Yes, this is an Android game of long driving. Once you fire it up, though, you will see that it is Russian in nature, but there’s the option to choose English as your default language. Then you will be given an itinerary to follow. Strangely enough the trip was set to start in Saint Petersburg in Russia and then reach Southeast Asia, going through some former USSR countries and then countries that lie entirely in Asia. Anyway, let’s talk about the game – you can choose among three cars and when you make your choice you are good to go. There are a few functions to choose from like turn your headlights on, change gears, accelerate and more. Unfortunately there’s no brake installed and the car is really hard to drive. If you find yourself out of the road then it is next to impossible to get back in. In addition to that there are various obstacles on the road and bad graphics – it is as if you are in the 1990s, not to mention that everything is the same and there’s no change in the landscape. Combine all these “features” into one product and you will see that you will not play it for a long time.

Indeed, Voyage: Eurasia Trips does not deliver when it should. It is a game that you can easily pass on without losing much. Still, if you decide to try it you can find it here on Google Play but do not expect too much.

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