Turbo Dismount

Turbo Dismount

Turbo Dismount is one of the strangest games we have ever played on Google Play. The app is not a bad one – it’s the idea behind that has us raise an eyebrow.

The main goal of the game is to cause horrific car crashes in various locations – in the desert, on a highway, within a city, etc. The main weapon is a small-sized pickup van or something like it, driven by some poor guy who looks like a plastic faceless doll. No matter where you are and what you do – your goal is to cause a car crash, inflict damage and then score as many points as possible.

Doing so is not hard and we can also say that Turbo Dismount is a game that is easy to play. It is all about timing – there’s a button in the lower right corner that says Dismount and by pressing it you rev the engine of the vehicle. You must lift your finger the moment the revolutions are at their highest as this will give better acceleration to the vehicle and more energy in the tires and as a result you will get more brutal crashes. The more brutal a crash is the more points you will get. Then once the smoke clears you can view the crash once again via various camera locations to fully see (and enjoy) the damage you have caused.

We did not find the game funny but the app may appeal to some people around the world. Turbo Dismount is not a bad app – it is just strange – but if it is here to give certain people a way to lower their anger, rage, etc. then it’s a good thing we have it. Ah, and by the way, the game is all in 3D, which adds to the car crash atmosphere. In addition there is more content to this game but it is paid.

Turbo Dimount can be found here on Google Play.

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