Review Super Bad Roads 2000
A quick timekiller with little depth
Author: Ollie Green
Date: 05 Jul 2017, tested on Samsung GT-I9500 Galaxy S4
Quality soundtrack, record chart, responsive controls, quality physics
Super Bad Roads 2000 for Android is a timekiller game that has very basic gameplay that you can jump into at any time. Timekiller games are best when they are simple, but is there such thing as too simple?
In this game, you can control a truck as it drives past hills and roads. You have two controls for moving backwards and forwards, and when you are in the air these controls can also rotate the truck slightly. There is a time limit at the top of the screen, but this keeps on refreshing as you continue to drive. As long as you keep driving, you'll be able to keep driving indefinitely.
The challenge of this game is to keep all of the crates in your truck. There are a number of crates that are stored in the back of the truck, and hitting bumps or driving over hills can make them spill out of the truck. If all of your crates fall out, or you run out of time, the game will end. Because the time limit goes down when you stay still, you will need to be careful that you don't drive too slowly. However, driving too fast can cause the crates in your truck to go flying.
The game itself is great for a few minutes of fun here and there, but besides from what is explained above, there is very little else to this game. There are a few achievements for reaching certain distances, and you can change the color of the graphics with a simple tap of a button. You'll also find that there is a very decent soundtrack. Unfortunately there are no different levels, vehicles or power-ups to unlock.
In summary, Super Bad Roads 2000 is a fun game for a little while, but it lacks enough content to keep the game engaging for long periods of time.