“Memories are the treasures that we keep locked deep within the storehouse of our souls, to keep our hearts warm when we are lonely.”– Becky Aligada

Car Town

I can’t remember how I started playing Car Town in my Facebook Account or how I discovered it. Maybe for some, its boring. But since I’m a car fanatic, I kinda enjoy spending time playing it everyday.

The game is incredibly simple: Players earn points by performing jobs or taking on challenges, they can build their own garages with service bays to do more jobs, hire and interact with friends in the game and buy cars – lots and lots of cars. Showrooms offer up plenty of eye candy and the prices are just tempting enough to have you washing cars, changing spark plugs and delivering pizzas all day long to save up enough cash for your next purchase. Pretty much anything you can do in a real car you can do in Car Town. Well, almost anything. You can race, you can take road trips, you can do deliveries or you can simply putter around town. But more than anything else, you can your customize virtual rides.

I like the fact that you get to design your cars the way you want it. You can use Paint, Photoshop or any digital photo editing software available to customize your cars. It’s cute 🙂

This is my favorite part of the game, as the options are endless. Besides simple stage 1, stage 2 and stage 3 types of performance upgrades, you can alter your cars’ wheels, tires, chassis, body kits, paint scheme and graphics, including the ability to upload your own graphics to add to the flanks of your car, adding a whole new dimension of personalization.

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