Be focused and don't crash this is the only rule of the game. - One Touch Control
King of Crash is an excellent car game that highlights the need to be focused and always ready for what may come around the corner while you’re driving.
This awesome car game not only provides hours of fun, it’s sure to keep you focused and raise your level of awareness of things around you, maybe even on the road. Perception and concentration are the key elements in this game, as you always need to be one step ahead of the oncoming car.
It is, in fact, much like driving in a real car, maybe not in the experience of playing the game but the object of the game. The aim or the lesson behind King of Crash is to simply improve your hand-eye coordination skills, quickening them exponentially. It’s an excellent reflex tester. And it raises any driver’s awareness of how quick decisions can have either life-saving effects or dire consequences.
Don’t let the simplicity of the game fool you, this racing game quickly becomes highly addictive. You’ll find yourself trying to do better and repeatedly trying to beat your best score. An added bonus of the game is that it’s great for young children too. There aren’t any complicated controls or sequences to memorize in order to play the game, making it the perfect challenge for even the young child to tackle.
How to play:
Use the mouse to click and change the course of the blue car between the two tracks. Just make sure you don’t crash into the yellow car. The laps count down when the blue car passes the start line. As you go up the levels, you’ll be challenged by speed, making it the perfect arcade game that requires quick thinking and super fast reflexes.
Take King of Crash with you while you as an app on your phone and be sure that you won’t be caught in a moment of boredom with nothing to do. Play while you travel on the bus, or train, while you stand in long lines, or simply while you have to wait for a friend to pick you up. Just remember to always travel safely, stick to the rules of the road and keep your eyes open and a sharp mind, you may just save a life that way.