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Drive Switch Evade

DRIVE a variety of vehicles, SWITCH between cameras and EVADE the police.

Your objective is to reach the required amount of cash.

First you must pick your vehicle, each vehicle has its own stats, which include the time it takes for the police to arrest you, to the amount of cash you earn per coin. But don't think you can just pick the vehicle with the highest income, having a vehicle with an higher income will generally be harder to steer or have a quicker arrest time.

Pick the vehicle that works for you!

While you're evading the police you must also manually switch between cameras to keep your vehicle in view, don't expect this to be easy. You do however have the 'SAT CAM' pickup which will remove this problem, allowing you to focus on driving. The 'SAT CAM' pickup will always be in the city somewhere, so finding and collecting this should be your first priority.

Allows you to play from the 'SAT CAM' view point from the very start without any pickups.

Designed for the casual player who just wants to test their skills evading the police while using a more original camera setup.

Cash Grab - You and a friend can both have fun evading the police, first to reach the required cash wins or just crash into your friend and make sure the police catch them.

Head to Head - Go head to head with a friend with one of you taking control of the police

*Please Note: Full size keyboard required for split screen.

*New content will be added throughout early access and this description will be updated as such
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Drive Switch Evade is a game developed by GreatherGames Team, and you can find their work at
It's a very funny game, with a good visual and good environment. You play as a thieft collecting cash while evading the police. You have different cars to select and some to unlock while proceeding the levels.
For me the game is a hard game until you win skills with your fingers to drive the car as a "micromachine" game.
One negative point is, the map only show the cameras but don't show your character location. So, is hard to find the red icon to unlock the full map, and you'll loose a lot of times everytime you start a new map.
In overall, still very fun to play :)

Review from Steam

Indie arcade driving game where the objective is simple: Collect enough coins before the police catch you.
You can drive freely in the casual and drive-evade modes, where the difference is that in casual, the camera follows the car, and in drive-evade the camera is set on the specific part of the map of where you are, both instances being a top-down view.
There are bonus modes you can try where you drive behind the wheel and play as the police, but these are limited to one level at the moment.
The main mode has you looking through different set isometric view points of the map, which you navigate using the number keys, until you find the red SAT tape that restores your view point to top-down. The red SAT tape and coins are situated differently in each level, and the amount of coins you have to collect increases. Having to drive while switching view points, avoiding police and collecting at least the red SAT tape is the main challenge in the game. Initially only 1 police car is chasing you, but a 2nd car will spawn during a set point of the level or when you hit a pedestrian.
It might take some getting used to but it's a fun simple driving game.

Review from Steam

It is a fun driving arcade game. I also love the art style. LOW POLY ALL THE WAY!

Review from Steam

A perfect and flawless game, get it ASAP, you will not regret it.

Review from Steam

The main mechanic of this game "Switch" is to try and navigate using fixed camera angles, driving towards coins and away from cops until you can unlock top-down view. It's disorientating but fun.

Review from Steam

You got through Sphere Frustration and said "Man, I'd love to be punished by this game studio even more. GOD, I LOVE BEING PUNISHED! PUNISH ME, POG-DADDY GREATHER!" I don't know if the seemingly unique game mechanic of cam switching has been featured in the same way elsewhere, but one thing's for sure: novelty won't save you from having to grind your teeth.