Will Verduzco · Aug 12, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Race Your Fingers Away with FingerCar

Sometimes the simplest of games are also the most addicting, as demonstrated by the popularity of the classic time-waster Fall Down. To that end, XDA forum member legolittlebrick has created a simple racing game in which your finger is the car.

In order to “drive” through the tracks, you must navigate through the track using your finger, being careful to never lift your finger from the screen. While the graphics are admittedly rough around the edges, the game play is entertaining.  In the words of the developer:

 Hi all! I’ve just published a first release of this game. I’d like to get feedbacks, suggestions and maybe a little help to improve graphic quality. I know that the quality of images is really poor, but I hope you like the idea of the game and I hope you can have fun with it!

The gameplay is really simple, your Finger is a car. Try to stay inside the track and never pull up the finger from the screen!
The game is free, it only has small ads in the menu screen (never during the game!), please consider clicking on it to support the project!

More tracks coming soon if you like the game!

Continue on to the game thread to race your thumbs away!


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