Groove Racer

Groove Racer

If you look closer at Google Play you will discover that there are certain types of apps and games that are constantly there with the only thing they do being to change a little bit here and there and maybe get a new version. Racing games are an example of such games – you can get different cars, maybe different gameplay and sound but they remain the same – racing games where you have to… race.

Groove Racer is the latest racing game to climb Google Play and as the name of the game suggests you will have to race here. We really liked the fact that the game comes with different gameplay when compared to most other games in the same class. You race a car on railway tracks – the games that we had as children some decades ago. This is what is really fresh in this game and it gets to you. Of course you have an opponent and time to beat and when you win you can advance to more complex tracks. The way you control the game is also very innovative. When you touch the display of your Android device your car accelerates and when you stop touching it the car slows down. The fun part is when you make turns as you have to be really careful not to get out of your track. If you do the game will automatically put you back on track but as expected you waste time and fall behind.

Groove Racer is a really nice racing game that will bring you lots of fun unlike many other racing games. This app is totally free and can be downloaded right now on Google Play. If you are interested you can take at it right here.

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