Risky Road by Ketchapp – Review

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be an ambulance driver? Besides being able to “legally” speed and ignore traffic lights, you’re also carrying a casualty that could be “fatally” affected by every bump and jolt. How would you choose to drive?

Risky Road is a game nowhere near as serious as the situation shown above, but the way your driving “will” affect your final fate – is the same…

Risky Road is a game with a relatively simple concept. On your screen is a truck with no brakes, no steering wheel, only an accelerator. Behind you – on your truck – is a massive golden egg, and standing before you is an infinitely long labyrinth of 2 dimensional obstacles… Do you get the idea…?

If you have ever played the insanely popular Hill Climb Racing, Risky Road is basically a powered up version of Hill Climb Racing with a golden egg you “must not” drop! Unfortunately for you, it seems the driver was out of ropes to strap down his million dollar find, so the only thing he has to rely on to get his priceless treasure home “in one piece” is your driving skills…😰

Though a “slightly” stressful game, this game isn’t actually all that hard to play, and so we’d easily recommend this game to anyone above about the age of 5. Seriously, up against games like Flappy Bird, Risky Road is a walk in the park.

If you’re after a game that is easy to play, but difficult to master, this is the game you’ve been looking for.

Its easiness combined with the simple challenge of transporting a fragile object over bumpy terrain is both simple and addictive, and is sure to keep you hooked👍

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