Mountain Climb: Impossible Stunt Driving 4x4 is a free driving game for Android. The game was developed by Crazy Fire Action Hero Games and is not worth the amount of data is takes to download. To be fair, the game totals at around 44 MB, but it’s 44 MB you could rather spend on something with a purpose.
If you’re looking for an alternative to Mountain Climb: Impossible Stunt Driving 4x4 that is actually worth the space it takes up, try Car Parking Multiplayer by Olzhass. In addition to over 65 vehicles and a massive map to explore, this game has more missions than you need, multi-player and single-player game modes, and incredible graphics. For even better graphics, try Driving School Sim.
Yes, the ads are so prevalent that it’s the best place to start a review. As soon as you load up the game, you’ll see four permanent ads on the menu screen; the classic lower banner ad from Google Play Store, and three separate game ads at the top, left, and right sides of the screen.
You’ll also be served an ad before every single mission and then another upon completion of each mission. You’ll also be forced to watch an ad every time you enter the game’s limited settings or menu interfaces. Thankfully, the ads don’t feature on the gameplay screen, but neither does anything else interesting.
If it were given a score for gameplay, Mountain Climb: Impossible Stunt Driving 4x4 would get a 2/10. There are numerous reasons for this. First off, the missions are dreadfully boring. Each mission takes around 18 seconds to complete, which also means you’ll be forced to watch two ads every 18 minutes. There are only 30 missions, and they never increase in difficulty. The road features no significant turns, corners or obstacles, and essentially all you do is drive from one point to the next.
Light on features
Mountain Climb: Impossible Stunt Driving 4x4 has none of the usual quality settings that other driving games do. The game also only has two vehicles to unlock, the cheapest of which is 11,000 coins. The first mission is worth 25 coins; the seventh will give you around 400. Even with the incrementally increasing scale of coins per mission, you’d need to do more than 30 missions to unlock any additional vehicles. You also can’t customize the vehicles. At the very least, the game has a tilt-to-steer feature, but with no corners, you hardly ever need to steer in any case.
Not worth its weight in data
There are so many issues with Mountain Climb: Impossible Stunt Driving 4x4, but a review can only be so long. If you enjoy boring missions, straight roads, gameplay that lasts 18 seconds, few cars, no customization options, no performance settings and a complete lack of any remotely interesting gameplay features, this is the game for you.
There may be a few redeeming qualities for someone that enjoyed casual games. But, you’ll need to rack up those points for more vehicles.