Published on June 25th, 2014 | by Neilvert Enoval0
Small&Furious Crashes onto Google Play
What goes up must come down is the very essence of this new racing game called Small&Furious developed by Possible Games which was recently released in the Play Store. This Android game, which features physics-based gameplay, lets you enjoy crash tests. It may also be considered as an educational game as you can understand real-life physics simply by playing a crash test demo. Who doesn’t like looking at crash test dummies when they crash? Catch my drift?
Dummies are used as test subjects to fly through thin air while riding vehicles in which you can perform stunt like a 360 flip or just plain crash the car on a concrete road or block. Finish the challenges or have fun flying doing acrobatics, and bumping into blockers in the endless game mode with 11 individually designed cars to choose from. The game also features 14 funny characters to use and 80 tracks to beat.
Below are the core features of the game:
- 4 types of colorful backgrounds in 3D
- 14 characters with funny voiceover and animation
- 11 cars with unique features
- 80 challenging tracks to finish and an endless mode where you can practice
- Ghost mode to challenge and beat your competitive self
- Power-ups like nitro, jumpers, and boosters
Small&Furious can be downloaded on Google Play for free. This Android game features ads but can be removed by purchasing in-app purchases like virtual coins. You may also want to check the trailer below to know more about the game’s gameplay: