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MMX Hill Dash 2

By Paul Semel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Overly simple racer lets you pay your way to success.

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While this arcade-style driving game can be fun, success on the track quickly becomes less about skill and more about playing enough to earn the money needed to improve your ride. In MMX Hill Dash 2, players race jeeps and other vehicles on a side-scrolling track that has collapsing pathways, loops, and jumps. Using the gas and brake pedals, which also control which way your vehicle flips, you have to go faster than the competition while also staying upright on the track. As you drive, you pick up tokens needed to upgrade your vehicle's top speed, grip, and other attributes. It's only by collecting items that you'll beat the competition -- and thus unlock new courses. But then again, you can also earn these tokens by watching ads or just spending real money; in other words, you can basically pay to win. Which is why MMX Hill Dash 2 can be fun for a while, especially once you've souped up your jeep, but it's nothing you'll stick with for very long.

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