Turbo Dismount is a sandbox physics driving game and the follow-up to Stair Dismount. It consists of different levels with the main objective of reaching a high score. The basic gameplay has you choosing a vehicle and a pose for the character, determining the launch speed on a moving bar, and then you watch the character and the vehicle move through a course, usually resulting in a crash and mayhem. After the start it is no longer possible to influence the gameplay.
Tracks consist over overpasses, bridges, busy street crossing and regular roads with loops and jumps. The ragdoll character is usually flung away when crashing and the type and speed of the collision, combined with crashing traffic, vehicle damage and dismembered limbs then determine the total score. Each vehicle has different starting poses for the character than can be chosen, such as seated inside the vehicle, but also on top or hanging behind it. Vehicles include a delivery van, a sports car, a (fire)truck, a tricycle, a shopping cart, a monster truck, a cruiser, a jeep, a bike, a skateboard and a giant bird. It is possible to customize the character's face with a custom image and a logo on the vehicle. While a driving sequence is in progress different camera options and free zooming are available. There is also an extensive replay system with the ability to share sessions as videos.
Tracks can be customized with obstacles or items such as loops, jumps, oil slicks, bowling pins and speed boosts. There are different characters to choose from and for more variation different steering directions can be chosen before starting. On PC custom courses can be created and shared through the Steam workshop. On iOS the game is free-to-play and next to the basic content most levels and vehicles are bought as in-app purchases. The browser version is similar to the iOS free-to-play version, but without the ability to unlock the additional content, acting as a demo. The browser version has global leaderboards.