Gear.Club launched on Android after achieving 1 million downloads in 5 days in the App Store

Gear.Club is one of the most recent successes developed by Eden Games. The racing game was launched on iOS platform early this month and managed to reach 1 million downloads in just five days.

Fast forward three weeks and Gear.Club has raced its way into Google Play. The game is now available for free to all Android users who want to try it out.

According to French studio Eden Games, Gear.Club is now the number 1 overall downloaded app in 77 countries on iOS, the number 1 free game in 85 countries and the number 1 racing game in 142 countries on the same platform.

Gear.Club is not a classic racing car game, it's an authentic world of cars. The developers promise a realistic driving experience, which includes fully simulated engines, powertrains, suspensions and aerodynamics.

The game comes with a wide range of options for cars, and allows players to collect, upgrade and customize some of the most exotic vehicles in their performance shop.

The folks over at Eden Games warn Android users that Gear.Club's file-size is quite large, so make sure that your Internet connection is stable when installing the game.

It's also worth noting that while the game is free to download and play, it comes with in-app purchases that will allow players to buy game items for real money. Obviously, the feature can be disabled from the settings menu.

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source: Google Play


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