Off the Rails™
By Freecloud Design, Inc.
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Imagine designing a roller coaster while you’re riding it!
Off the Rails™ is a unique game that allows you to build roller coasters in real time by simply tilting your screen. Create loops, corkscrews, barrel rolls, jumps and more while earning 75+ different game objectives. Save your coaster creations and ride them again and again with your choice of 14 different vehicles.
The game features stunning 3D graphics, colorful scenery and a powerful 3D physics simulator. Take a break from the game to visit the learning section where you can learn about centripetal force, G-forces and why roller coaster loops are teardrop shaped instead of circular.
Enjoy hours of fun creating the roller coasters of your dreams!
Create up to 5 player profiles
Choose from 14 different vehicles
Complete more than 75 game objectives
Learn about roller coaster physics
Save your favorite roller coasters
Two different roller coaster types
Intuitive game controls
3D physics simulator
Realistic sound effects
Off the Rails™:
- Does not contain 3rd party ads.
- Does not contain in-app purchases.
- Does not contain integration with social networks.
- Does not use 3rd party analytics / data collection tools.
What's New in Version 1.2
Fixed issue with iPhone 6/6+ devices in scaled mode.
I was disappointed in this app. Though I tried valiantly for many hours, I couldn't make a working roller coaster. I was able to begin one, without support, and that was a hard learning curve, but how to get it stopped... No! As an adult, I was not interested in watching my coaster cars crash, and that was what this program is really good at. The suggested age of approx 8-10 (?) might possibly love to see the coaster cars crash, so may be entertained watching that, but I wanted to engineer a working coaster, and that seems well out of reach without some instructions.
So much fun… great play
I saw this introduced to a room of children’s app developers… the wow factor was high. This is amazing well-done, fun to play. My kids enjoy it, and I can’t stop playing with it. It’s tricky at first, until you figure out how to drive through the floating circles to gain speed and other extras… but who am I kidding… crashing into the other theme park attractions is pretty fun too!
This is the best game dan Russell pinson has made. But monster physics is also pretty great too
- Category: Education
- Updated: Feb 18, 2015
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 56.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Freecloud Design, Inc.
- © 2014 Freecloud Design, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.