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Crash and burn indeed
Casual games sometimes have a pretty tough time competing for serious gamers' attention, thanks to their overly simplistic mechanics and often vulgar ways of trying to squeeze cash out of you. Racing fans might be tempted to check out this little offering but although it offers flashier graphics than the likes of Outrun, Chase HQ, and Power Drift, you're probably better off sticking with these classics. This one isn't a Need for Speed-style racer, and is instead an endless runner type of game, but with cars instead. There are several vehicles to choose from, with more available as you progress, including fire trucks and ambulances, and with the gameplay simply consisting of having to move left and right through a series of fast-paced environments. Your car accelerates automatically, but to add some sort of interest, there are power-ups like bombs, missiles and nitros so that you can take out the other cars on the road. You can rack up cash by competing well and destroying bad guys and which can then be spent on upgrading your own ride. Crash and Burn Racing is mildly diverting for a brief period of time after you first pick it up and if you're looking for something to keep you entertained during a bus ride, it might just do the job. However, the lack of depth and any real interactivity soon becomes pretty obvious and most gamers are likely to get bored with just swiping left and right. The attempts at Road Blasters-style violence don't really help things much so really, unless you're really desperate, steer clear of this.