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Bizarre Video Game Physics: Turbo Dismount

Bootsy:)

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Turbo Dismount is a game where you want to achieve max velocity (or not) depending on the situation of how you are going to meet your ultimate demise. The game is simple, you crash yourself into traffic to get the highest score possible. The game tells you your max velocity, total airtime, and max height. There are so many different ways to meet your demise by using obstacles such as bowling pins, boost pads, and ramps. Or if you want to change to a different vehicle that works too. This game is pretty fun and is enjoyed with friends so i thought i would share a video with all of you



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