Torque Burnout is a new driving game for the Android and iOS, but it’s far different than the others out there. This is basically a “destroy your car in the most creative way possible” game, where your goal is to do tricks, build up your reputation, and earn credits so that you can buy new sets of tires, which you can also destroy. Read on for some tips and tricks for Torque Burnout!
There are several basic tricks that you can use to earn points, but combining them all together is where your point totals really grow. For example, start with a burnout, then let go of the brake and accelerate to a good speed. Then do a drift or a slide and before you hit the wall, slam on the brake or the handbrake and stop short of the wall. These are the kind of tricks that can earn you big points.
Destroying your tires earns you even more points. Once they’re destroyed, the rears will be running on rim only, and you’ll earn points just for continuing the run at that point. You won’t be able to get enough speed for 180 or 360 degree spins but you can do donuts and burnouts on the rim. You can make it essentially an endless trick, so destroy your tires first to really cause your points to skyrocket.
You can use credits to purchase new tires. There are several levels of tire, with street tires being the top performers, and retreads being the worst. You can also get free retreads when you destroy your tires, so you don’t have to spend any credits to actually keep playing.
Engine upgrades are the one other upgrade that has a performance modifier, aside from actually buying a new car. A better engine will enable you to go faster, get up to speed more quickly, and destroy your tires even faster, and the more speed that you have built up when you do a trick, the more points that you’ll earn, and the higher your chance of getting a gold medal.
You can buy credits in the IAP store for real life money, but if you don’t want to do that, you can always watch advertisement videos (linked off of the IAP store as well) in order to get free credits. You can watch as many videos as you want until the videos run out. When they run out, check 5-10 minutes later and more videos should show up.