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Crazy Cars Chase – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, How to Beat, and Strategy Guide

Crazy Cars Chase is a new game for iOS and Android where your goal is to run away from the cops for as long as possible. It’s a bit like a cross between Grand Theft Auto and Crossy Road. You can earn coins to unlock new cars, and you can earn katopoins to get real-life rewards as well. Read on for some tips and tricks for Crazy Cars Chase!

The longer that you run away from the cops for, the more stars you get. Stars are this game’s equivalent of points. The more stars that you rack up, the more different vehicles start to chase you, from vans to cars to helicopters, and even gods throwing lightning bolts at you once you pass the 7-star mark. So the game gets crazier and crazier as you go.

To earn more stars quickly, you want to destroy cop cars. They will chase you in a straight line, so if you have a group of them chasing you, making a tight turn will cause them to start crashing into each other. The tighter the turn, the more they will cluster into each other and crash.

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Make fast passes in between buildings as well, not only to evade cars but to cause them to smash into each other. The larger the group that is on your tail, the more of them that you can wreck. Combine building evasion with tight turns for an even better chance at crashing a number of cop cars.

Another way to get rid of them is to make a tight turn just before you hit the water, causing them to go splashing into it as they chase you. Plus, if you have enough of your car’s health left, you can simply ram into them head on or T-bone them to wreck them and make them go away. Of course, they always come back, but that only means you get to wreck even more cars.

Coins and katopoins are the two currencies of the game. Coins are for in-game use as they will allow you to purchase new cars. Katopoins allow you to take some real-life offers if you can find any in your local area. Right now though (especially on the iOS platform), many of the offers are in Japanese and are for Japanese players, although more non-Japanese offers are sure to be added.