What's the worst thing that can happen as you are driving along a steep mountain road? Help Phil Faily as his breaks go out on his way down a mountain and now his car careening down the side of that same mountain. Play Faily Brakes on PC and Mac to experience the high-speed thrills of this physics-based crash fest. Steer and maneuver your way through an endless mountainside full of dangerous obstacles like trees, trains, and traffic. Use your shield to protect yourself from crashes by destroying obstacles. Collect the coins that have been dropped off the mountain over the years to unlock new vehicles. Share your favorite crashes and runs with 360-degree controls and sweet slow motion. The craziest driving game is now available on your computer. Play Faily Brakes and take your high-speed action right over the edge.
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