Loop Taxi

Loop Taxi

Loop Taxi is one of the simplest games you can find on Google Play. In this game you will drive a cab and serve customers, as expected.

The simplicity of the game comes from the fact that the app does not have levels – instead here you will be doing the same thing again and again and that is pick customers from a specified place, take them several blocks across and then get back. The problem here is that you will have to cross several streets with heavy traffic so this is the challenge that the game imposes on you. The goal here is to make as much money as you can before the game ends and it will end once you have a car wreck. The game does have some options – a bit later you will be able to drive other vehicles than just a regular cab and then there are two other environments to experience.

Just like the gameplay the graphics and the sound effects inside the game are very simple – the sound effects sound like an arcade game from the 1990s, while the graphics include tons of cube-shaped objects so there’s nothing that much to see here but Loop Taxi will do. Like we said this is one of the simplest games you can find on Google Play.

All in all Loop Taxi is a game that is perfect for killing time but you should not expect much more from this app. Even then there’s a challenge inside Loop Taxi and if you accept it, you may be pleasantly surprised.

Loop Taxi is here on Google Play.

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