MMX Hill Climb racing on the waves
Two Bigfoot accelerated, gaining power and Bouncing gait storm winding road. The player, looking at this mess from the side, trying to align the monster to not hurt stall the pavement – then a huge machine explodes, flown apart on the autobahn. It’s not the author’s imagination, and shareware game Hill Climb MMX devoted to the ordeal of the big cars around the little roads. Cheap and cheerful.
The whole simple essence of Hill Climb MMX described, in General, in the first paragraph – you (initially) Bigfoot, which is necessary to bring to the end of the track. Along the way, even encouraged to beat the opponent, but who had been looking at him myself to get there, not before the competition. To reach the finish line is difficult: control of two pedals (no clutch; apparently, automatic), the car constantly turns on the bumps, she tries to touch the roof of the roadway, and then have to start all over again. Who played or Elastomania in Trials Fusion, he will understand at once – most importantly not everyone can kick ass, but just to get there alive.
For this you need not only to follow the hands, but also not to forget to pump the car. There are several options where you can invest the money: the speed, power of engine, clutch and so on. With each upgrade the ability to get to the end of the track increases; if you do not invest, it is unlikely to get even to the middle. Coins earned on the track – this round thing, but there is a caveat: over time, the game will cease to take them, but start asking more status gold roundels. You can get them by watching ads (although it is so cool to no end), getting bonuses or for real money. Extortion, but what can you do after Hill Climb MMX – shareware project.
And very beautiful – that’s what the game is not exactly to take away. You can do only in order to look at hell from the exhaust pipes. Behind the scenes: spectacular urban landscapes, deserts, snow and slush.
Ah, Yes – here it is possible to take control the tank, truck and train. Amazing, isn’t it?