Turbo Dismount Review (Allview X2 Soul Mini): Sadistic and Funny Ragdoll Car Crash Simulator (Video)

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  • 31 Jan 2015
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  • Turbo Dismount comes from Secret Exit, a company that also created Stair Dismount, a simulator of ragdolls falling down the stairs. The physics of the game is very good and this time you simulate a car crash with ragdoll included, not a stair fall.

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    The game is available for free on Android and we played it on the Gionee Elife S5.1, one of the thinnest phones in the world by the way. Physics are quite good in the game, at least for ragdolls, while vehicles have a tendency of flying in the air a bit too much. There are 3 characters to play with and 3 vehicles at first, but if you pay a few dollars you can also unlock more characters and rides, as well as levels.

    You can place obstacles in the path of the vehicle, select a certain placement for the ragdoll (behind the wheel, on top of the vehicle, on the hood or even hanging from the side). If you don’t want to pay, the only rides available will be a chicken shaped vehicle, a truck and a small van. You can also choose the path of the vehicle and intersect with both obstacles and cars in traffic, spawning a collision.

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    The obstacles include a wall, a speed bump, turbo pad, trampoline and more. You’ll use a special meter to speed up the car and after the accident is done, you can rewind the action or watch it in slow motion. There’s also an option for YouTube upload and social sharing. The game may be fun the first 5 or 6 times you try it, but in the end it’s just more of the game. It’s still an original way to burn half an hour, so we’ll give it an 8.3 out of 10. You can download it here.

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