Does not Commute

Does not Commute

Does not Commute is a free Android game on Google Play that, perhaps, won’t catch your attention but it should. The reason is that there’s a really interesting idea behind the game that has every chance to bring you a lot of fun.

Does not Commute takes you to a virtual neighborhood where everyone drives an automobile or other vehicle. You have to complete various missions that always involve driving a car with the main goal being to complete a mission as quickly as possible. Overall you have just one minute for 13 missions, which is not a lot of time as you can see so you must finish a mission in critically short time. The first few missions will be easy since you have a lot of time but after that things will get tougher since every time you drive a vehicle during a mission it remains on the map, driving itself. In a few words the game remembers how you have driven your cars before and places them on the map, running along your “real” vehicle so after a few missions there will be numerous vehicles to deal with when driving. In addition and as you can imagine you must not hit other vehicles since this will greatly slow you down. Inevitably, though, you will run out of time and this is when the game ends. So Does not Commute will require from you to make quick decisions and be fast with the fingers when driving.

The game also looks great. It comes with nice 3D graphics and beautiful colors so we think you will like what you see. The sound inside the game is nothing special but it will do. We don’t really have complaints here.

All in all Does not Commute is a really nice game. It seems too simple at first but you will soon realize the depth of this app especially when things get tough. Like we said Does not Commute has more than what meets the eye.

Does not Commute is here on Google Play.

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