NASCAR: Back Button Review

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Back Button
Can we please get the back button working!?!? Tired of turning my phone off and on every time in look at the standings or upgrade my car.
Tflagler24 on Oct 19, 2013 for NASCAR
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Please fix it.
I payed 5 bucks to play the game once before it crashed. Now I get to watch it load for 30 seconds and then crash back to my home screen on my phone. C'mon now. Also, the menu is impossible to navigate.
Trev myster on Oct 18, 2013 for NASCAR
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Fun game, but has some issues
Overall the game is fun, but it's glitchy. For example, sometime you can lose laps under caution when pitting normally. This would be understandable if you had to completely repair your car, but if you're just stopping for gas and tires at Daytona, there's no way you'd lose a lap. Additionally, the lucky dog rule doesn't always work. Sometimes it does, sometimes you stay a lap down. Finally, finishing position is sometimes random. For example, I just finished a race in 6th position going into the final gas/brakes race for the line event. I got an "awesome" rating in the event, but somehow finished 16th! These glitches take you out of the game and ruin otherwise good races. They happen often enough that in 2 in game seasons I've had probably 10 races ruined this way
Now crap on Oct 17, 2013 for NASCAR
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Needs Bug Fix
Started as a great game, but as the season or career goes on the game goes back to iPad screen and you can't race. Needs bug fix ASAP
Thebozzer73 on Oct 16, 2013 for NASCAR
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Don't understand the game waste of my money and time. What is the point?
Bdc329 on Oct 16, 2013 for NASCAR
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Not bad but a few annoying problems.
Going a lap down when pitting under caution at shorter tracks. Are you kidding me? How are you going to know when to put because unless everyone else pits you go a lap down.
Almighty Jimbo on Oct 16, 2013 for NASCAR
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