F1 Mobile Racing (AND)
Racing 30 November 2018
A multiplayer racing game under the official Formula 1 license, developed by Eden Games and Codemasters Software. F1 Mobile Racing features all teams, cars, and circuits from the 2018 season. Apart from that, the title gives us a chance to create and modify our own car.
GRID: Autosport (AND)
Another installment in a popular series of racing games developed by Codemasters. In contrast to DiRT - the other flagship franchise of the British developer, GRID: Autosport continues the tradition established by the TOCA Touring Car Championship and TOCA Race Driver series, that is, racing on asphalt tracks. The player assumes the role of a professional driver who competes against other racers, but he also has to care about his team members and stick to sponsorship contracts. This new installment offers 22 different tracks and over a hundred customizable cars, including both production models as well a unique prototypes - all of these account for an impressive number. The game offers improved visuals and a cockpit view, which is an element that GRID 2 was deprived of. A large emphasis was placed on the multiplayer aspects of the game, for the players are allowed to create online racing clubs, as well as to participate in subsequent, regularly appearing challenges.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted (AND)
Racing 30 October 2012
A new installment in the legendary racing series. As the title suggests, the game refers to one of the most well-received parts of the series - the original 2005's Need for Speed: Most Wanted. The game was developed by Criterion Games, a company well-know for the Burnout series. The remake resembles the original game when it comes to dynamic police chases and the so-called Blacklist, where the player challenges other most wanted drivers for races and climbs up their ranks. This time the developer put emphasis on the game's open-world environment, and the opportunity to explore it freely. The player can freely roam the streets of Fairhaven and switch between the vehicles they previously managed to acquire. Participation in subsequent races unlocks upgrades and modifications for each car. In doing so, the player earns prestige points as well, which allows them to challenge subsequent Blacklist drivers. What is typical of the series, the game offers an arcade driving system that features spectacular collisions.
Need for Speed: No Limits (AND)
Racing 30 September 2015
A spin-off to the bestselling racing game series, Need for Speed. The game was developed by Firemonkeys - an Australian studio cooperating with Electronic Arts. It was created exclusively for mobile devices. Ken Block, a popular racing driver formerly associated mainly with the DiRT series, took part in the production of the game as well. The story pays tribute to one of the franchise's most iconic installments, Need for Speed: Underground, focusing entirely on illegal street races. The player is taken to the fictional city of Blackridge, controlled by five street-level gangs. The player's task is to defeat subsequent opponents in a series of racing challenges, which come in several variants. As usual, the players receive a massive number of licensed cars - divided into five classes here, each having their own garage, performance and visual upgrade counterparts. Although the game is free-to-play, the player's car runs out of fuel relatively fast, which is the main limitation the game brings.
Project CARS GO (AND)
A mobile spin-off of the popular racing game series. The production features a wide range of cars, tracks, and game modes.
Asphalt 9: Legends (AND)
Racing 26 July 2018
Asphalt 9: Legends is a mobile racing game. The game offers both single and multiplayer modes and is characteristic for its arcade driving model that incorporates breakneck speeds, shoving the enemy off the road and aerial stunts.
Motorsport Manager (AND)
Racing 09 February 2015
A sports manager game in which we lead a racing team and try to win a fictional version of Formula 1. The economic system is the basis of the game – if we want to achieve success we have to manage our budget well and maintain balance between income and expenses. During the game we can hire new drivers and technicians, research new technologies and upgrades for our race cars as well as find optimal settings for the cars and create schemes for pit-stops. During the races we can set a general tactic and make various decisions, e.g. changing tires during a heavy rain – on one hand our driver can lose precious seconds but on the other hand driving with the old tires can increases the danger of accident drastically. Realism (we don't get any bonuses or special abilities) and superb graphics work in favor of the game created by Playsport Games.
Need for Speed Shift (AND)
Racing 04 June 2010
Another installment in the Need for Speed racing game series. This time, the game brings an unexpected twist, for a typically arcade series turns towards realism. The new developer, by the name of Slightly Mad Studios, created new driving physics that focus on simulation rather than arcade gameplay. Similar to 2007's ProStreet, races take place on closed racing circuits. The player can participate in the entire season of races, taking place both on fictional and real circuits. The game offers a wide set of licensed cars, bringing the interior view back to the series. As a result, the experience is intensified and the realism is felt. The visuals were improved as usual, but apart from that, new collision and damages models were implemented and the AI algorithms were improved. Opponents behave more aggressively behind the wheel - they experiment with different methods of passing other drivers.
Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit (AND)
Racing 01 September 2011
Another installment in one of the most popular racing game series, developed since 1995 by Electronic Arts. Criterion Games, a team popular mainly for the Burnout console series, was entrusted with the task of creating this installment. The title of the game refers to the two earlier installments that featured police pursuits, released in 1998 and 2002 respectively. In the game, the player can pick their side and play either as a cop or a racer. A set of gadgets was introduced into the gameplay, emphasizing the arcade nature of the series. Cops can deploy spike strips and set up road blocks, while the racers can use things like radar jammers. As usual, the game features dozens of licensed cars and a soundtrack including numerous popular songs. The Autolog system is a completely new feature, the role of which is to organize a network of players allowing them to compete against each other.
CSR Racing 2 (AND)
Racing 29 June 2016
A free-to-play racing game for mobile devices, utilizing microtransactions. CSR Racing was developed by NaturalMotion, known also for the game's predecessor, as well as e.g. Backbreaker or Dawn of Titans. CSR Racing 2 focuses on drag races, taking place on short sections of the road and where the goal is to reach the highest speed possible, which requires you to appropriately manage your acceleration and properly us your gearbox. You can drive over fifty licensed cars in the game, bearing such brand names as Ferrari, McLaren, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Pagani or Koenigsegg, and each of them requires a slightly different driving technique. Initially, only a few of them are available, while the rest is unlocked as you progress. In addition, CSR Racing 2 features many tuning options—you can change specific car parts, adjust the tire pressure, add boosters, and even exchange spare cars for more parts. The game also features a story campaign single-player mode and an expansive multiplayer mode.
Racing 14 October 2016
A mobile free-to-play racing game, which is the first mobile project from Eden Games, a studio known from such popular series as V-Rally or Test Drive Unlimited. The game, called Gear.Club, focuses on modern car racing, taking place on special tracks, as well as city streets. The players can choose from a number of licensed vehicles from renowned car companies. We begin the game with only a few basic vehicles, but continuous winning unlocks more and more powerful, high-end machines. A garage was left at our disposal – aside from storing our vehicles, we can upgrade or tune multiple aspects of each car. Interestingly enough, the garage is interactive, forcing the player to unlock some of its functionalities. The game is characteristic for its high realism, unusual for mobile titles, while the physics engine is quite capable of recreating the cars’ handling, with separate calculations for the engine, drive, suspension, and aerodynamics.
WRC The Official Game (AND)
Racing 05 December 2014
The first mobile installment in the official FIA WRC game series by Firebrand Games. The production allows you to participate in a full season of the World Rally Championship, consisting of 60 special stages divided into 13 rallies taking place all over the world (e.g. in Monte Carlo, Sweden, Finland, Sardinia, Great Britain, and Poland). There are 18 licensed cars and teams based on real-life participants to choose from. Although the game was developed for mobile devices, it is very realistic; for example, the road surface and weather affect your driving, and a damage system forces you to fix your car from time to time. Racing game beginners may use the rewind option, which allows you to turn back time and avoid bigger crashes. The game features high-quality 3D visuals, but no multiplayer mode.
Traffic Rider (AND)
Racing 12 January 2016
A simple racing game for mobile phones with some features of an endless runner, developed by Soner Kara and his SK Games studio. In Traffic Rider we observe the world from the perspective of a motorcyclist, who is recklessly driving on a road filled with other vehicles. Driving model is similar to classic racing games – we can speed up, slow down, and smoothly control the bike's position on the road. Additionally, all tracks are straight with no turns, and the whole gameplay comes down to moving between the lanes to avoid collision. The title offers a campaign mode in which our main objective is reaching a finish line with optional tasks, fulfilling which raises our score. There is also an endless mode, in which we drive through a never-ending track as far as possible.
Hot Wheels: Race Off (AND)
Racing 13 October 2016
A hybrid of an action game and a racing game, developed by Hutch Games. The action is shown from a side perspective and the player can take control of more than twenty vehicles (including muscle cars, off-road vehicles, futuristic racing cars and light buggies). The objective of the game is to complete the track in the most spectacular way possible. There are more than forty varied levels filled with obstacles and ramps, which the player can use to jump in the air and perform various stunts. Access to new vehicles and upgrades is unlocked as the player progresses through the game. In addition to single player modes, Hot Wheels: Race Off offers various competitive multiplayer modes. The title offers colorful, cartoonish graphics. An advanced vehicle damage system is worth mentioning as well. The game is distributed by using a free-to-play model with microtransactions.
Assoluto Racing (AND)
Racing 15 June 2016
A mobile free-to-play racing game with optional micropayments. It was developed by a not well known studio called Infinity Vector. In the title, we assume the role of a professional driver and take part in races in which the goal is to get to the finish or complete a given number of laps as fast as possible. It is not an ordinary arcade production, though, for the developers have made efforts to make the driving model as realistic as possible while still being accessible. Various available cars (including Honda NSX Type S Zero, NSX-R, Mitsubishi Eclipse and 3000 GT or Nissan Silvia Spec.R) handle differently, which is provided by an advanced physics engine. On the other hand, you can't call Assoluto Racing a full-fledged simulator either. The game features very pretty and detailed graphics for a mobile production. While playing, we can adjust the camera to our liking, including placing it behind the car or from above the bumper.