Turbo Dismount™
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Turbo Dismount™
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Turbo Dismount™
Turbo Dismount™
Turbo Dismount™
Turbo Dismount™
Turbo Dismount™
Turbo Dismount™

Review Turbo Dismount™

Brandon Girod
7.0Good
Fun physics gameplay, customizable levels
The game's premise attracts a short attention span
Turbo Dismount for Android is just a strange game, I don’t think there is anything else to really say about it. It’s a crash simulator that takes some serious effort and creativity to really pull off great crashes.
In most cases, I’m not a huge fan of tutorials, but this game just throws you right in the middle. There’s no tutorial or explanation about what you’re supposed to do. So in the beginning, I selected The Original Classic level and built my own crash level.
In total there are 8 levels that are free, although you can unlock everything in the game and block ads by paying $5.99. Each of the levels are pretty unique, but I think I spent the most time messing around with all of the different obstacle combinations in the classic level. The others are fun in their own right, but each level is set up to specifically produce a certain type of crash.
One part of the game that makes it a bit more fun is the random element that they throw in. Several of the levels have traffic and your end goal is to make the biggest mess of the situation you can. This creates a “box of chocolates” effect where you never know what you’ll get. Yeah, I just made a Forrest Gump reference.
Turbo Dismount is a great game to throw a few minutes away with, but not one I would throw my money at. That’s, of course, a very subjective opinion because I don’t have anything that’s necessarily bad to say about the game, I’m just not someone who can spend hours of my life watching the world burn. But hey, that’s just me.

Final ratings

Gameplay 7/10
Story 7/10
Graphics 7/10
Sound 7/10
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