Halfway Carmaggedon and GTA lies Death Tour, a game that combines a mobster storyline with trampling and shooting down enemies. Death Tour corrects many flaws of the genre, always with mobile devices in mind, and adds an interesting storyline to make of this game something else than playing for playing's sake.
Perhaps Death Tour graphics aren't a new height in mobile gaming, but they must be near the top. In addition, playability, thanks to the varied vehicles, missions and enemies is awesome and allows every mission to be deeply enjoyed and replayed more than once. In fact, vehicle customization is second to none and an essential part of the fun. Controls feel clumsy at first and you have to get used to camera changes, and we dream of a cooperative or competitive mode, but this might be too much to ask.
Therefore, here's an example of both how arcade and racing games should be. If your device can run it, give it a go.
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by Peter , Appszoom
May 20, 2013