Simulator driving car

Simulator driving car

Apps that are usually on top of Google Play are supposed to be good and popular. Yet sometimes there are exceptions and Simulator driving car is one such exception.

Simulator driving car is a free app for Android that simulates car driving as the name of the app suggests. It is not a large program but it is not small-sized either. Unfortunately the 21 MB of information that you will download appears to be full of junk as you can probably achieve the same results in just 5-6 MB. Once run the app will put you behind the steering wheel of a car that drives in the middle of an out-of-town road. There’s nothing else to do except turn the windshield wipers, turn the horn on or the headlights and press the gas pedal. You will get the corresponding sound effects but this is it. You can’t really drive, you can’t turn the steering wheel, you can’t do anything. And at one point in time the app will crash leaving you wondering what just happened.

Quite honestly, if you want to drive a car, then download a real racing game. Simulator driving car will leave you disappointed and wanting more. Still, the game may be interesting to children aged 4-5.

The game is located here on Google Play.

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