10. Ridge Racer Slipstream
While this arcade racing game has tons of options for race fans, it also has an odd steering quirk that might annoy some would-be drivers. Like its console counterparts, Ridge Racer Slipstream is an arcade racing game where you drive street legal sports cars in events held on closed streets. As you progress, you can not only buy better parts and perks for your ride but new and improved cars as well. But while the controls are simpler and more forgiving than in a racing simulation game, they do have one odd aspect. Even though you’re driving a sports car, they don’t take tight turns very well. As a result, you have to drift around them, which means tapping on the brakes and essentially skidding around the turn. The thing is, mastering this mechanic can be tricky, even with four solid control schemes available in the game. But if you don’t figure it out, you won’t make it very far, especially since the competition is fierce, and if you blow one or two turns, you’re basically out of the running. Still, if you are able to skid with precision, and are looking for a challenge, Ridge Racer Slipstream is a solid arcade racing game.
9. CarX Drift Racing
Drift Racing from the CarX team is a free to play the serious racing game; no downtown police chases or turbo boost power ups here, but its game engine has one feature which makes it stand apart – a physics rich drifting engine.
The game is controlled by a combination of device motion recognition for steering and on screen presses for breaking and acceleration. The first time you play the game, you may feel the game is a little slower than other racing games, but you need to remember that you’re racing on the slowest race setting.
You only have access to 1 car, 1 track and 1 race setting when starting out: You need to earn everything else. Every new car, track and race setting costs in game coins, and there are a number of ways in which you can earn them.
8. Asphalt Nitro
Asphalt Nitro is definitely a good racing game, but the real highlight is that it doesn’t take up too much space. Gameloft continues with the optional in-app purchases to quicken up the progress through the game, but that is strictly optional and doesn’t interfere with the gameplay in general. One can play it for free but the progress would be slow and time-consuming. For car buffs, this is a treat, as you get to race some of the best looking cars.
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7. GT Racing 2
If you’re strongly attached to another racing game, switching to GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience will be a hard sell, despite its lack of price tag. For those open to a new racing experience, this one is well worth a shot. I can’t promise it’ll grab your interest in the same way other great mobile racers have, but it has all the elements and polish that those titles do. It may not be anything original, but it’s a lot of fun.
6. Asphalt Xtreme
Asphalt Xtreme is a racing video game, published and developed by Gameloft and the second spinoff in the Asphalt series.
The video game features a lineup of rally cars, monster trucks and a vast amount of snowy tracks and dirt. The visual interface, angular camera view and vehicular design of the game have a strong visual resemblance to the MotorStorm video game series.
While the controls are the same as the previous Asphalt games, the nitro mechanics are different. Normally, there are three nitro “Segments”, and using Extra nitro booster, the number of segments are increased to four. Perfect nitro is renamed as long nitro. Triple nitro activates all three or four bars at the same time for added speed. When the race starts, the vehicles are given 2 nitro segments. Different types of vehicles acquire boost at different rates based on certain play styles, e.g. Buggies gain large amounts of nitro from performing airborne stunts, while SUVs perform drifts to maintain their boost.
The vehicle gameplay mechanics also have an effect on the game. Lighter vehicles like buggies and rally cars are in general aerodynamic and will pull off aerial stunts easily, while heavier vehicles like trucks and SUVs struggle to perform the same task and will also gain less boost as a result.
5. Need for Speed: No Limits
Race for dominance in the first white-knuckle edition of Need for Speed made just for mobile – from the developer that brought you Real Racing 3. Build your dream ride with an unbelievable range of cars and customizations. Launch yourself between chaos and control as you hit the loud pedal and roll into underground car culture. Win races, up your rep, then kick into more races, more customizations, and more cars. Make your choices and never look back. Tonight we ride!
4. F1 2016
The Formula 1 season for 2016 is done and dusted, and genuine F1 fans tend to feel lonely in the months leading up to March next year, when the new season begins. But we have some good news for you. Game studio Codemasters has released the first ever iteration of the F1 game title otherwise made for Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox consoles, for your Android and iOS devices. And from what we have experienced, it is replicating the brilliance, at every step.
3. CSR Racing 2
Mobile games don’t generally become vaporware like their console cousins, but CSR Racing 2 was almost starting to have that feel. It was announced, in the works for a while and then in soft launch for quite some time as well.
It turns out that the first game that NaturalMotion has produced since becoming part of Zynga was worth the wait. While it’s still drag racing, and thus might not interest people interested in seeing cars do things other than go in a straight line, CSR Racing 2 is visually stunning and offers enough gameplay improvements that it should easily hook everyone who enjoyed its predecessor and a bunch of new fans to boot.
2. Real Racing 3
Real Racing 3 is not a bad game, but I’m not sure it’s fair to call it good either. The quality of the gameplay is awesome, and the graphics are solid. It’s just the heavy use of in-app purchases that interfere with my enjoyment of the game.
The timer mechanic is the main problem here. If you’re patient, you can grind through by doing something else when a long wait pops up. You’ll get a system notification when your car is ready to go. Still, I feel like I can’t play Real Racing 3 on my schedule unless I pay an entrance fee. It’s unfortunate because I believe there is an amazing game lurking right beneath the surface, buried under all those pricey gold tokens. That said, Real Racing 3 is fun enough that I’m going to keep it installed.Read More Real Racing Mod Unlimited Money Gold
1. Asphalt 8: Airborne
Asphalt 8 is an arcade racer from Gameloft is one of the best Android racing game ever created. to be playing classic racing mode in one of their very many tracks Iceland has some amazing graphics and visuals involving let us know here a bunch different areas are you transition from different areas one to I really love the lens flares returning the warner’s kinda had is nice to me.you can see all the clouds everything just has the amazing graphics build into now as you guys know last fall even the little bit more along. arcade style so was slammed cars on the way doing these huge job collecting money.somewhat different cool arcade style features built in the game ome games like real racing and need for speed: try to allow these a little bit more in-depth racing experience in the house. different features that you have with asphalt eight now you can see here there’s different classes of cars going all the way up to you I the high-powered cars. upgrades you can add your cars you have an acceleration. nitrous upgrades all the stuff really adds to the way your car handles, now unlike some other games the paint jobs are free so you can change the paint.Read More Asphalt 8 Mod APK Unlimited Money, Anti-Ban