Forza Motorsport debuted a few weeks ago, but Microsoft is using the power of IP to encourage more players to play. This time, however, we won’t be able to test our capabilities on intense routes – Forza Customs has been released on mobile devices.
Forza Motorsport and Forza Horizon are the main racing productions developed by Microsoft studios, but a few years ago we could check out a smaller proposition drawing heavily on the assumptions of the world – the Electric Square studio developed Forza Street, which, as intended, allowed us to taste the atmosphere of illegal street racing and was a game mobile with micropayments.
The situation is somewhat similar for Forza Customs, which has landed on Google Play and the App Store – the game from the Microsoft universe can only be tested on mobile devices with Android and iOS systems.
Forza Customs is not really a racing game, but a logical match-3 proposition – during the game we connect shapes or elements related to cars to receive parts, rewards and bonuses that will affect the ability to refresh the cars.
According to the authors, Forza Customs is “the best car-themed puzzle game”, which is undoubtedly an unusual combination that is not necessarily in line with the expectations of the most devoted fans of the series.
Under the production trailer, you will find a number of unfavorable comments also addressed directly to Microsoft – 3,200 negative reactions out of only 347 positive ones show the players’ attitude towards the proposal. The opinions include bold statements regarding the “death of the brand” or a decisive “lowering of the bar by Microsoft”.
Source: Pure Xbox