Drift X

Drift X

The name of this game says it all – Drift X is all about drifting cars. But is it worth your time?

We can definitely say that Drift X is an above average game. It boasts nice graphics and sound and gameplay that may keep you in front of your Android device, especially if you are a fan of this genre.

As expected you get a fancy sports car to drive around. The gameplay is simple – accelerate and then turn left or right sharply and then hit the brakes. This is the strong point and only goal of the game but as the old saying goes – the greatest strength is the greatest weakness. This is especially true for Drift X as the gameplay does not offer much else and in addition to that the car handling is somewhat difficult. This may be the reason why you will find yourself hitting obstacles quite often.

Drift X is a decent game that may bring you fun if you are into drifting. The app is free so there’s nothing to lose if you do not like it. You can see the game here on Google Play.

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