Tiny Terry’s Turbo Trip Review (Steam)

Tiny Terry’s Turbo Trip Review, Terry wants to launch himself into space using his new car. Doing something this cool and reckless will surely make him the talk of the town. Run, drive, and glide through this small journey of big discoveries as Terry works towards achieving this goal.

Tiny Terry’s Turbo Trip Review Pros:

  • Decent graphics.
  • 1.38GB download size.
  • Steam achievements.
  • Full controller support.
  • Mouse and keyboard support.
  • Graphics settings – resolution, graphics preset, framerate, LOD, anti-aliasing, texture quality, crowd density, fullscreen, SSAO, shadows, v-sync, and bloom.
  • Controller settings – Invert axis and sensitivity slider, rumble, lock cursor to the screen, and button icons (Xbox/PlayStation/Switch).
  • Can remap keyboard controls.
  • Four save slots.
  • The game uses its own language.
  • In-game cutscenes.
  • Happy upbeat soundtrack.
  • Multiple choice encounters.
  • Fast loading times.
  • Tutorial pop-ups as you play.
  • A full 3D world with 360-degree camera control.
  • Some sections take away camera control and they give really impactful and memorable camera angles. I say this as they are not the average angles.
  • Junk it with Jack is the shop where you buy and sell items.
  • Such a charming good game.
  • Your map is available in fullscreen and a mini-map that can be turned on and off at will.
  • Driving is possible by jumping into a car or vehicle.
  • Vehicles have two views – Third and first person.
  • Locations are shown as a question marks on the map until you discover it.
  • Dedicated screenshot button.
  • Whack a parking sign to spawn your vehicle.
  • Breakable objects cover the world and you can break them for possible cash.
  • Turbo junk and cash are all over the world and are collected to use for buying items.
  • Sit on park benches.
  • The progress menu shows Collectibles, quests, etc.
  • Handy unstuck/respawn option in the menu.
  • You can jump into anyone’s vehicle and drive it.
  • The current map location name pops up when you enter the area.
  • Play how you want, the game doesn’t force you to do anything.
  • Find tools and weapons around the world.
  • The D-pad is used for shortcuts like swapping tools and bringing up the map.
  • Buy clothing and hats to equip them and wear them around.
  • You can mark the map. (it doesn’t tell you that)
  • Collect Turbo junk to get upgrades for your car.
  • Mini game-like activities can be found and replayed, they come with their own online leaderboards.
  • Ricky will roam the streets after your first meeting and challenge you to bumper car battles.
  • Bugs make a noise when you a red near them.

Tiny Terry’s Turbo Trip Review Cons:

  • Cannot remap controls.
  • No sensitivity or Invert axis option for the mouse.
  • There is no option to auto-scroll interactions.
  • Weird invisible walls around the world.
  • Cannot interact with everyone.
  • The map is not easy to read, especially regarding upper and lower levels, the mini-map is way too small.
  • Marking the map doesn’t show an arrow anywhere but the mini-map.
  • The camera goes a bit crazy when in tight spaces.
  • It is very easy to lose track of what’s going on and get back on the main track.
  • The area that a bug noise covers is huge plus bugs can go into the walls meaning you need to walk around the walls so you can trigger them to jump out so you can catch them.

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Tiny Terry’s Turbo Trip:

Official website.

Developer: Snekflat

Publisher: Super Rare Games

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  • 8/10
    Graphics - 8/10
  • 8/10
    Sound - 8/10
  • 8/10
    Accessibility - 8/10
  • 7/10
    Length - 7/10
  • 8/10
    Fun Factor - 8/10


Tiny Terry’s Turbo Trip is a charming game that offers a delightful gaming experience with its unique features and gameplay. Here’s a summary of the review:

The Good: The game boasts decent graphics and a happy upbeat soundtrack that enhances the gaming experience. It offers full controller support and mouse and keyboard support, providing flexibility for different types of players. The game also allows for keyboard control remapping, which is a nice touch.

The 3D world with 360-degree camera control provides an immersive experience. The game also features in-game cutscenes and multiple-choice encounters, adding depth to the gameplay. The fast loading times and tutorial pop-ups as you play make the game user-friendly.

The game world is full of interactive elements. You can drive any vehicle, sit on park benches, and even break objects for possible cash. The game also features a shop, “Junk it with Jack”, where you can buy and sell items.

The Bad: Despite its many strengths, the game has a few drawbacks. The inability to remap controls and the lack of a sensitivity or Invert axis option for the mouse can be frustrating for some players. The game also has weird invisible walls around the world, and not being able to interact with everyone can limit the immersion.

The map is not easy to read, especially regarding upper and lower levels, and the mini-map is too small. The camera can go a bit crazy in tight spaces, and it’s very easy to lose track of what’s happening and get back on the main track.

Overall, Tiny Terry’s Turbo Trip is a game with a lot to offer. Its strengths lie in its immersive 3D world, interactive gameplay, and charming atmosphere. However, it does have a few areas that could be improved, such as control remapping and map readability. Despite these issues, the game’s positives significantly outweigh its negatives, making it a worthwhile experience for any gamer and is a game that will entertain all ages of gamers and is a great game for parents and kids to play together.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!