by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
Hill Racing games were a craze this 2013 we are leaving behind, and some developers took it really seriously.They all are based on the same basic premises, and all Vascogames's similar games follow them all hook, line and sinker. You control a vehicle in a 2D sidescroller and you have to get to end without crashing or be knocked over. Brake and accelerator, which are all you'll need, are displayed on-screen.
In some games you will drive a cargo vehicle, so you should be more cautious. In others, it's all about sheer speed or brute force. Simple graphics and even simpler gameplay make sure everyone can learn to play in less than a minute. However, it's most likely they get bored after two of such minutes. Yes, they are all free, conveniently assorted with ads here and there.
We may only wonder why this developer didn't joined all its driving games altogether in one, compact and recommendable one that included thirty different vehicles and several game modes (cargo freighting, time challenge, distance...). It would have been great to unlock all the vehicles and tracks, but not, it isn't that way. Someone thought it was better to split and atomize it in several tens of tiny pieces that, looked individually, are below average, even for hill racing standards.
Tags: truck uphill driving
by Peter , Appszoom
Dec 03, 2013
from 3.072 reviews