3 fun games to play on the Nextbook Premium 7 Tablet PC
Great news! Our Nextbook Premium 7 Tablet PC competition is still running. We’ve already given you 5 reasons why this is an awesome prize and highlighted 3 ways to use this gadget for business, so make sure that you check those articles out. Since today is Friday we’re are featuring 3 fun games that you can play on the Nextbook Premium 7 Tablet PC, check them out in our list below:
Project Downforce: This game gives you the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a powerful Grand Prix racing car and burn some rubber on exotic circuits all around the world. You can take on seven opponents for the championship title, blast through a single race or simply hit the track to rack up some excellent times in the Time Trial mode.
Mouse: This game is a simple, but very addictive puzzle game. The goal of the game is to help a mouse escape from the trap and find the exit in maze. Players can achieve this by sliding blocks out of the mouse’s way. As they unblock each part of the maze, they will be given a chance to unlock bonuses and gain points.
Train Crisis HD: In this puzzle and addictive strategy game with HD graphics you have to prove your quick mind and reflexes in full a 3D environment. Journey through 6 eras of rail-road history (including the industrial era, far West era and Modern era). Your goal is to overcome all the obstacles that appear on each level and guide each colored train towards its corresponding destination.
Well, there you have it, 3 fun games to play on the Nextbook Premium 7. You still have time to enter the Job Mail competition.
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