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Sega's Crazy Taxi Gazillionaire clicker game now available on iOS and Android devices

02 June 2017 0

Sega has the franchise of Crazy Taxi game and is now updating its classic series with a new mobile game. The new game - Crazy Taxi Gazillionaire is out and available on iOS and Android.

This is not a racing game. You no longer have to be worried about reaching a particular destination under a limited amount of time. It is a clicker game instead where players are entrusted with a task of managing a fleet of taxis. Rather than driving the cab and picking up passengers, you will have to grow your taxi service through collecting and upgrading a whole fleet of cabs and their accompanying drivers.


While playing Crazy Taxi Gazillionaire, you need to hire, manage, and upgrade a group of up to 60 drivers. There are 12 districts in the game, and your sole goal in the game is to make your taxis more successful than Edelbert Von Guber’s Prestige Megacorporation fleet.

Gazillionaire is also taking a different route than usual and is taking its cue from idle clicker games like Tap Titans and Clicker Heroes.

Sensor Tower co-founder Oliver Yeh was quoted as saying:

“For some comparison on the idle clicker front, prominent titles such as Tap Titans, Tap Titans 2, AdVenture Capitalist, Bit City, and Doomsday Clicker have reached a combined worldwide audience of more than 50 million players in a space that features more than 2,000 titles on U.S. Apple’s App Store alone,”

Crazy Taxi Gazillionaire can be downloaded from the app store for free. However, there are in-app purchases that range up to $19.99.


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