Car Parking Multiplayer is an open-world car parking simulator game for Android devices. You can download and play it on any device running 5.0 or newer, including Android emulators for PC. Developed by olzhass, CPM lets players compete against each other, or drive one another off the road. You can fine-tune your car and learn to park, drive, race, or even evade police on a high-speed chase.
Drive or race with friends
Although the game is called Car Parking Multiplayer, it combines various car-game elements into one Android application. You can walk around the open world, make use of various gas stations, take a drive by using the onscreen pedals, or race against other players. For a more intense experience, you should turn on the “Police Mode” and lead the cops on a thrilling highway chase.
The game does include several parking challenges, as its name implies, although that isn’t its primary focus. The app allows you to modify and tune your car, making the game as easy or realistic as you prefer. You can even exchange cars with other players, but watch out for those dealers who’ll happily exchange your smooth ride for a disguised old banger.
Wide variety of cars and customisations
There are more than a hundred cars to choose from, between classics to pickup trucks, sports cars, and muscled monsters. Every vehicle can be tuned and upgraded, making them faster, more powerful, and easier to control.
You can also customise your car in a wide variety of ways. Spruce up your ride with a brand-new paint job or add unique and dynamic vinyl, car parts, and decals. You can even change your character, with numerous skins from which to choose.
More than just a parking game
Car Parking Multiplayer has always claimed to be more than your average parking game, and, with its continuous updates, we can’t disagree. The most recent version includes improved graphics which, although not as good as some other mobile racing games, is still better than before. There are also new features, including real car interiors, different game modes, real-world services, and several challenges. The only downside is the in-app purchases, which can get extremely expensive.