Conquer all the race tracks in Crazy Racer 3D! Crazy Racer 3D is the smallest 3D racing game on Android, Only 10M! Earn cash to buy dreaming car! World's best driver tryouts launch! Features: - Incredible real racing experience - 24 race ...Read more
Conquer all the race tracks in Crazy Racer 3D!
Crazy Racer 3D is the smallest 3D racing game on Android, Only 10M! Earn cash to buy dreaming car! World's best driver tryouts launch!
Features: - Incredible real racing experience - 24 race tracks, all sorts of road driving conditions - 6 different cars to choose and upgrade - 3 game modes: Career, Chase racing, Linear racing - Daily login awards - Very small size but run well on all android devices
How to play: - Tilt or Touch to steer & auto speed-up - Touch N2O button to get extra turbo engine boost - Touch Missile button to attack the cars above yours - Touch Shield button to resist attack or obstruction - Touch Bomb button create some troubles to the cars behind yours - Earn cash to buy new cars and powerful props
Soon, we will release the new super cars and tracks!
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UPDATED ON: Jul 16, 2015
INSTALLATIONS: 5,000,000 - 10,000,000
LATEST VERSION: 1.5.061
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 2.3 and up
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