SEGA Releases Crazy Taxi: City Rush for iOS

SEGA Releases Crazy Taxi: City Rush for iOS

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SEGA has released Crazy Taxi: City Rush an all-new sequel of the company's popular action franchise.

NEW ONE-TOUCH CONTROLS
Speed, drift, whip around corners, weave through traffic, up ramps and into the air. The crazier you drive the higher your rewards.

CUSTOMIZE YOUR CAB
For the first time ever, fully customize your very own crazy taxi. Increase its power and visual appeal with a wide variety of over-the-top upgrades and looks. Then collect a whole fleet of cabs.

A WHOLE NEW CRAZY WORLD
Master the streets of the big city to speed up your times. Meet new and classic characters. Even drive your Facebook friends crazy -- take them for a ride and compete for best cabbie on the planet.

FEATURES:
• Intuitive one-touch driving controls
• All-new city to master and explore
• All-new cast of crazy passengers
• Crazy variety of special missions and challenges
• Expand the city for higher pay and crazier routes
• Drive crazy to music from your personal library
• Portrait and landscape modes
• Created by the original Crazy Taxi designer, Kenji Kanno, and SEGA’s top mobile developer, Hardlight, makers of Sonic Dash

You can download Crazy Taxi: City Rush from the App Store for free.

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SEGA Releases Crazy Taxi: City Rush for iOS

SEGA Releases Crazy Taxi: City Rush for iOS
Mareasis - August 4, 2014 at 8:10pm
I use a hack for Crazy Taxi City Rush that gave me unlimited dollars, diamonds and adjustable time. Here it is: http://g4mehacks.com/crazy-taxi-city-rush-hack/
Micheal - August 1, 2014 at 10:09am
It's a business to create games so they need to make money that's why they charge for things and you are warned before you download that it has in app purchases. As for the example of encouraging our kids to behave like this I ask you this. Do golfing games make professional golfers? Do treasure hunting games make explores? I don't think so! If you don't like the games then use parental lock. But don't blame the game if your kid hates you. Don't blame the game if you failed to teach your kids right from wrong.
Bloobeary - August 1, 2014 at 8:37pm
If they want to sell a commercial product, then by all means sell a commercial product. Charge the full price for it and let people see what they're going to be paying to get the full experience. Don't go polluting the free section with it, just to hide the actual cost. I am sick of seeing the App Store filling up with what amounts to junk mail flyers with a coin slot.
Bloobeary - August 1, 2014 at 12:19am
Oh, yay. Another "free" game that's little more than hole you can dump money into.
?¿ - July 31, 2014 at 10:19pm
You need iOS 7
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