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Our examiner, Thom Robertson, first checked #Drive 2 years ago. It was re-examined by Jo Robertson and updated 3 months ago.
During each turn, you must pick up fuel, dodge obstacles and get away from the police cars. You use collected coins to buy other cars to drive. There is a wide selection of classic, retro and modern vehicles. You can also upgrade your car's speed, grip, acceleration and coolness.
Taking damage by bumping into objects reduces your car's durability. Find pit stops for a quick repair by taking a sharp turn off the road. The nine different locations offer varying scenery, terrain and hazards.
The controls are simple and easy to use, with only a brake button and left to right direction. It's similar to games like Subway Surfers and Altos Adventure as you take on an endless journey and test your skills at manoeuvring at high speeds. Here though, it's retro-style and classic cars (rather than tranquillity and flow) that are the draw.
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