What’s Faster App

The idea for What’s Faster started from a curious eight year old boy William who was always asking his father “Dad, what’s faster a BMW or a Ferrari, a Jaguar or Jet, an Apache helicopter or a Aston Martin.” William and his father Will combined ideas and efforts and made that question into one amazing app for curious people everywhere.

What’s Faster brings hours of fun and learning as you test your curiousoty of speed amount 32 categories and 625,000 unique comparisons. The game shows you two items and you have to guess what is faster! Pretty simple. You have to get a certian number of correct to unlock the next category. Get too many wrong and the round ends.

With all the comparisons inside the game you may get stuck now and then. Radar guns allow you to “clock” the two items, get thier speeds and move on to the next comparison. What a help! What’s Faster comes with 25 radar guns. If you need more, you can purchase them inside the game.

Download it now: $1.99

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