Traffic Racer for PC – XP/7/8/Mac

You’ve played many racing games on your Android and iPhone devices but Traffic Racer is far far better for other’s in many ways. Like realistic driving, 3D graphics with different environment. Traffic racer gives you real driving experience on your smartphone. I am sure your kids loved it to and most of the time they cannot use your phone and also you’ve other things to do with your mobiles, can’t let them have all the time. So if you can download and install traffic racer on your PC, it would be really help-full so today i’ll tell you how to install Traffic Racer for PC running Windows XP, 7,8 and Mac.

Traffic Racer for PC

Traffic Racer for PC Features:

Traffic racer is different form other racing games because of Stunning 3D Graphic with cool effects, you get to choose from 21 different cars including the top brand of the world. You get to drive in 4 different tracks suburb, desert, snowy and city night, also 4 game modes: Endless, Two-Way, Time Trial and Free Ride.

How to Download and Install Traffic Racer on PC:

    1. You need an Android emulator to run this game on your Windows PC or MAC. We recommend using Bluestacks. Use our guide to install it on your PC.
    2. After downloading and installing Bluestacks, Download Traffic Racer APK file.
    3. Open the downloaded APK file now, and let Bluestacks install it.
    4. Open BlueStacks now > All Apps > Traffic Racer.
    5. The game will start now, follow the on screen instructions.
    6. Follow the initial screen,  you’ll be able to play it.
    7. Tap the screen by clicking inside the game frame.
    8. Enjoy the most tough game ever!
    9. Don’t forget to let us know about your high score.
    10. That’s All!

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