Try Not To Crash Your Aircraft In The Geometry Race Game

There are tons of games available in the Google Play Store, something for everyone. No matter if you're looking for a casual game to pass the time, or something that you'll get fully involved in and play online for hours, chances are you'll find it in Google's app store. Now, I personally am not an avid gamer anymore considering I don't have the time for it, but I do enjoy a casual game or two from time to time. I enjoy playing games like Flappy Bird, Geometry Dash, The Walking Pet, etc. All of these games are rather simple to play and can annoy you really fast if you let them, but are perfect for a casual gaming session during your busy schedule.

That being said, I've stumbled upon yet another rather addictive title in the Google Play Store, the Geometry Race. What's it about? Well, the game is rather simple, as I mentioned, you control a small space shuttle and your goal is to avoid hitting any geometry obstacles on the way. You need to collect crystals in order to restore your energy, and also collect points to acquire all sorts of powerups and ship upgrades. Obstacles are rather easy in the beginning, but as you progress, the game becomes a bit harder to play. The better you get at it, the more difficult it will be for you to advance. The point is to fly the longest you and by doing that hit a certain amount of meters. Another interesting thing about this game is music. There are various rather odd music tracks available, and most of them are quite upbeat.

The Geometry Race is developed by 'Crimson Pine Games sp. z o. o.', and this is officially a racing game. The Geometry Race is free to play, but the game does contain in-app purchases, so keep that in mind. If you'd like to take a better look at the gameplay, check out the gallery / video down below. In case you'd like to download the game and try it for yourself, click the Google Play banner icon below this article.

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