MMX Hill Climb

MMX Hill Climb

MMX Hill Climb is a game for all racing fans. The app will give you adrenalin, fun, challenges and more and you will be playing it all the time. We guarantee this.

In this game you will race a racing truck onto difficult tracks that come with steep hills. The goal is to make it as far as you can but the challenges ahead of you will become more and more difficult. If you make a single mistake you will die since your truck will explode. You will have to use your gas pedal to accelerate and then use the brakes to make your truck more stable and this is pretty much it. The challenge in the game lies in the fact that the situation changes all the time so you will have to make quick decisions and then execute them. All this is wrapped in really, really nice 3D visuals and nice sound effects. We have to say that the camera angle stays the same all the time and this is a downside but apart from this the visuals in the game are great.

MMX Hill Climb is a racing game that does not bring tons of new features but this is not necessarily a problem. The game features dynamic gameplay, challenges and a lot of fun and this is why we think that you will like this app. So if you are a fan of racing games – try this one. We think you will enjoy MMX Hill Climb to the max.

MMX Hill Climb is here on Google Play.

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