Also available on 3DS, Android, and iOS
This will probably be the shortest review I ever write not because I'm lazy and don't want to write much but because there legitimately isn't much to say. DON'T CRASH is a perfect example of why I have such a hard time respecting mobile games, and I can't imagine for the life of me why Nintendo ever allowed this on the eShops of either the Wii U or the 3DS. The price on Wii U is $1.49, and that's legit like $1.40 too much. I can see charging 9 or 10 cents, but no more than that. It's free on Android, and that's all it's worth - $0.00. The entire game is switching between two lanes as your car drives around in increasingly fast circles while you try not to hit the other car as it randomly changes lanes. That's it. No other obstacles, no levels, no other cars. It's completely and utterly pointless. I'm seriously racking my brain to think of an Atari 2600 game that I've played with less content, and I legitimately can't think of one. Games from 1977 offer more than a game from 2015. That should tell you all you need to know.
DON'T CRASH is complete and utter garbage, and anyone who pays full price for this should feel ashamed of himself. I got it on sale for like $0.49 a year or so ago, and I still feel ashamed of myself. This is the kind of shovelware that makes you wonder why you bother working a legitimate job when shit like this gets sold for money. I thought Chasing Dead and The Letter were bad, and they are truly horrible games, but Jesus Christ, this is legitimately the worst Wii U game I've ever played and possibly the worst game I've ever played period.
My Rating - 1 Nep
I'm a teacher.
And I like to play video games. I like to collect video games. I like to talk about video games, and I like to write about video games. During the day, I teach high school history; during the night, I spend my spare time gaming. Then I write about it.