Traffic Run! – Driving is way harder than it looks


When made well, games about avoiding traffic can really be quite fun. If you remember our review of Traffic Dash! (by h8games) you are probably already well aware of just how fun these types of games can be – and I think we may have just found a winner.

Besides the number of Ads you will be forced to sit through, Traffic Run! (by Geisha Tokyo) is probably the best game we’ve played recently, and here is why.

Traffic Dash! (by h8games) was a great looking game, but it lacked variety. You’d soon find yourself playing the same sort of levels over and over again not unlike their other popular game Helix Jump.

Jumping to the opposite extreme, Pick Me Up™ (by Hamba) had plenty of variations, but the graphics are undisputably boring and Uber-like – fun for a bit, but very easy to get used to…

Traffic Run! (by Geisha Tokyo) takes the best of both worlds and combines them into a package that both looks cool and is fun and exciting to play.

Played by tapping on the screen of your device in order to accelerate and releasing in order to stop. Traffic Run! is all about getting to the finish line without smashing into anyone else on the road. Something that is much easier said than done inside of a video game.

During your mission to progress from one level to the next, you will be greeted with unstoppable trains, tall cars, disgraceful highway designs, and a number of unlockable cars for you to try out.

Fun for the whole family! …as long as the things in this game never spill over into real life…

The Conclusion

If you’re looking for a game to teach you how to drive, congratulations! Here are 3 more games you definitely shouldn’t download! 😂Yay!

Want to give Traffic Run! a try? The download link is just below.📲
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