Gear.Club Unlimited 2
Racing 04 December 2018
The second part of the Gear.Club Unlimited series, which hit the Nintendo Switch console. Production offers more than two hundred and fifty races, missions and challenges, in which we fight for victory, breaking down on gravel and asphalt routes with a total length of almost three thousand kilometers. The list of more than fifty cars made available to us includes machines from manufacturers such as Porsche, Dodge, Lotus or even McLaren.
Racing 21 November 2017
Another entry in the racing games series from Eden Games, the creators of the popular Test Drive Unlimited. Unlike the previous installments, which were released on PC and stationary consoles, Gear.Club Unlimited was designed for Nintendo Switch. As befits a car game, Gear.Club Unlimited has you take part in exciting races, in which you compete for the first place on diverse tracks while driving all sorts of cars (such as Bugatti Veyron GrandSport, Jaguar F-Type R AWD, Pagani Huayra Roadster, Alfa Romeo 4C, Nissan 370Z, Ruf CTR 3). There are over 400 races in the game, available in three varieties: Derby Mode, in which you race on asphalt roads with seven other drivers, Rally Mode, which puts you up against four participants racing on gravel roads, and Time Trial Mode, which is self-explanatory. Winning races grants you access to new vehicles as well as various modifications that boost their performance.
Racing 02 March 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.