YULONG and COOLPAD Bulldozer Rampage Racing 3D version1.0.0 Anroid Software
Experience the ultimate destruction in this open-city Bulldozer Rampage Racing 3D simulator game. Get behind the wheel of some of the most heavy-duty vehicles that roam the streets in this sandbox title. The sole purpose here is to create as much havoc as possible and take out civilian cars, police patrols and other traffic.
Spot garbage cans and street lights for bonus points, but be careful for trees, buildings and vehicles that try to hit you head-on. You are strong, but not indestructible. If you get too much damage, your car will eventually explode. Plot your course carefully, destroy the opposition and rule the highways by wrecking everything that moves.
POINTS AND DAMAGE SYSTEM - A multiplier kicks in when you wreck cars in quick succession, but if you hit anything solid, you will loose it instantly. - Hitting in-game objects will damage your car, but regular traffic shouldn’t pose a problem
YOUR VEHICLE UPGRADES - Your first car is a minivan, which is relatively quick and easy to drive, but isn’t as sturdy as the later vehicles you will unlock. - The cement truck in this game isn’t as agile, but it can pack a punch and is relatively fast on straights - The bulldozer is the ultimate chaos bringer - it has speed, is strong and destructive
HANDLING Driving is simple thanks to intuitive touch controls
Key Features + Absolute mayhem mania in an open-city environment + Control your powerful machine and building up a high score that will make your friend jealous + Challenge yourself with the many sim-based missions and + Level-up to unlock the powerful excavator dozer + Line-up and use your parking skills to navigate your surroundings
Short history of the Bulldozer It is not certain who invented the first bulldozer, however, the bulldozer blade was in use before the invention of any tractor. It consisted of a frame with a blade at the front into which were harnessed two mules. The mules would push the blade into a heap of dirt dumped by a cart and spread the dirt or push it over a bank to fill a hole or gully. The fun part came when you wanted the mules to back up for the next push.
Definition of a Bulldozer The term bulldozer technically refers only to a shovel-like blade, over the years people have come to associate the term bulldozer to the entire vehicle both blade and crawler tractor combined.
The Caterpillar Tractor Company The name caterpillar was coined by a photographer working for Benjamin Holt who was taking photos of one of Holt's track-laying or crawler tractors. Looking at the machine's upside-down image through his camera lens, he commented that the top of the track undulating over its carrier rollers looked like a caterpillar. Benjamin Holt liked the comparison and adopted it as the name for his track-laying system. He was using it for some years before the formation of the Caterpillar Tractor Company.
What Do Bulldozers and Bulls Have in Common? It appears that the word bulldozer came from the habit of stronger bulls pushing their lesser rivals backwards in not-so-serious contests of strength outside of the mating season. These contests take on a more serious note during the mating season.
According to "Bulldozers" written by Sam Sargent and Michael Alves: "Around 1880, the common usage of 'bull-dose' in the United States meant administering a large and efficient dose of any sort of medicine or punishment. If you 'bull-dosed' someone, you gave him a severe whipping or coerced or intimidated him in some other way, such as by holding a gun to his head... In 1886, with a slight variation in spelling, a 'bulldozer' had come to mean both a large-caliber pistol and the person who wielded it... By the late 1800s, 'bulldozing' came to mean using brawny force to push over, or through, any obstacle."
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Last Update Dec. 19, 2014. Google play rating is 69.7326. Current verison is 1.0.0. Actual size 34.0 MB.