Burn some rubber in this classy movie spin-off
- Intuitive game controls
- Interesting 'pink slip' gameplay feature
- Solid game engine
- No in-game music
Fast & Furious The Game Test Drive is currently unavailable from the app store. However, the game of the latest version of the film, Fast Five the Movie: Official Game is now available.
Fast & Furious The Game Test Drive is an action-packed game for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
Fast & Furious has become something of a classic among metalheads. If you're a fan of the movie, or of games like Real Racing 2 and Reckless Racing HD, or just like driving very, very fast, then make sure you check out Fast & Furious The Game Test Drive.
Fast & Furious The Game Test Drive sees you take control of a charged-up supercar, going up against two other drivers in a road battle through picturesque countryside. In Fast & Furious The Game Test Drive, the objective, as with the film, is to beat your opponent then cash in your 'pink slip' to take ownership of his car.
This vehicle then gets added to your garage and you can use it in any race (until someone wins it back off of you). This 'Test Drive' version of Fast & Furious The Game only allows you to play against the computer, but in the full version you can play against others over WiFi, which promises to be very fun when it comes to betting pink slips for cars.
One of the best things about Fast & Furious The Game Test Drive is its control system, which makes intelligent use of the iPhone's hardware. Instead of having fiddly pedals on the touchscreen as most racing games do, Fast & Furious The Game Test Drive uses auto-accelerate, making you feel like you're driving the fastest car in the world. If you want to slow down or reverse, just tap anywhere on the screen. Steering is done by tilting your device left and right. It makes for an incredible natural drive, and is probably why this is one of the best driving games out there today.
The graphics in Fast & Furious The Game Test Drive are very good and on par with most other racing games, though not spectacular. The animation gives you a real sense of speed on all of the three camera angles, giving it a leg up among competing free ride games. Fast & Furious The Game Test Drive's sound effects are realistic too, although there is no music in the game.
If enjoy Fast & Furious The Game Test Drive be sure to check out our review of the latest installment in the series, Fast Five The Movie: Official Game.
Overall, Fast & Furious The Game Test Drive is well worth taking for a spin, especially if you dig the movie.