Prado Hill Driving Simulator: Free Army Jeep Drive is a free simulation game by developer Mega Creation. This is an Army Jeep simulation game, so you'll drive your Prado Jeep over dangerous mountains. It’s quite different from other vehicle simulation games such as Car Simulator 2, Extreme Car Driving Simulator and World Truck Driving Simulator.
The game's objective is not just to drive your Jeep and beat your opponents. You also have cargo to deliver, so there's a sense of achievement when you complete the mission. Simple on-screen controls allow you to steer, forward and reverse.
Fun but challenging
The main issue with Prado Hill Driving Simulator: Free Army Jeep Drive is that the mountain tracks in the game are slightly repetitive, but they offer just enough of a challenge.
You're driving through cliffs and narrow passages that quickly make you lose control and fall.
The same can be said for your cargo, which is easy to lose. However, the game manages to strike the correct balance between being challenging and fun without being frustrating.
Prado Hill Driving Simulator: Free Army Jeep Drive offers beautiful Jeep models and other trucks. The different vehicle models are very detailed and provide unique paint jobs. The action happens in a third-person view, allowing for glorious panoramic views of the mountain tracks.
The tracks and landscapes have detailed graphics and structures. That said, the setting can become a bit repetitive since the same assets are used for all courses. Don't expect anything other than hills and mountains here.
A different take on racing
If you're tired of the usual formula of cars racing on city streets that’s prevalent on Android, Prado Hill Driving Simulator: Free Army Jeep Drive could be right up your street. This is because the game offers a different take from racing games and even simulators. It's a fun ride through the hills and mountains to deliver the goods.
The in-game physics makes the whole premise believable, and there's enough value for replayability. The only downside is that it can become repetitive thanks to the same backgrounds being used repeatedly, but it's an excellent choice for some quick playthroughs now and then.