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Posted: May 22, 2020 6:07:39 pm
During the COVID-19 lock-out, there’s a lot up in the people playing mobile video games. The reason behind this is that almost everyone has access to a mobile phone and a lot of time on their hands, given that they are not going about their normal lives. All people are different and have different preferences in the types of video games they like, whether it’s FPS games, fighting games and racing games.
We have already done an article on the best board games to play on your phone during a moment of 4.0. And here we are going to take a look at the best racing games available for iOS and Android devices.
Asphalt 9: The Legend
Asphalt is one of the most popular car racing franchises in the history of mobile gaming. Asphalt 9: the Legends, the latest entry in the series, and is considered to be the best part of the show. It is a follow-up to the 2013 Asphalt 8: Airborne, and it comes with improved graphics, new cars, tickets, checks and more. It is a very fun game to play and spend time while sitting in the home.
It is one of the longest-running, car-racing-game series, in addition to a few others, such as the Need For Speed and F1 Racing. Many of you may remember playing a version of it on the screen of a Nokia or a Samsung phone for the Android has even been proposed.
Real Racing 3
If the road is not something that you feel comfortable with, due to the dynamics of heavily skewed to encourage the player to help them in the real sense of driving a car. Then you need to try out EA’s Real Racing 3. It comes with a different game dynamic, which is much more realistic. However, this also makes the game more difficult.
One good thing about the game is that it comes with a number of real-life, track, mock-ups, which you can use to race with. And, like Asphalt, Real Racing 3 also has an agreement with several car manufacturers to get people to race in real cars. In short, all of this coupled with high-quality images is to give the players a Real Racing experience.
Need For Speed: No Limits
Need For Speed is a franchise that most of us have heard of and even played a version of it during our childhood. With Need For Speed: No Limits, EA brings the adrenaline rush back again. The game features a few iconic cars and tracks from the franchise and a great history. It simply takes you back in time and help you reminisce of the old days when you used to have to play a NFS game on PC or console.
If you are a car racing on a track, but the tracks are not for you. You can try to play Asphalt Factory, which is an off-road racing game. It provides gamers with a number of off-road tracks to race on, and a number of vehicles for you to rip on this track. It’s a little bit of a different take on racing games and is a lot of fun to play with. In it, you’ll be able to take part in more than 300 careers, events, about 1100 mastery of the challenges and more limited-time-only events.
Hill Climb Racing
If you don’t have as much time as you need to have to be a race to the finish, in the above-mentioned games. Or you just don’t want to have to concentrate so much. If you want to have a good time and play the game for a minute or two, you may want to download and Hill Climb Racing. It’s a pop-box, the game, and it doesn’t need as much attention as the other racing games.
Keep in mind, however, that this is a different kind of racing game. In it you do not race against opponents, but instead, you have to race against time and fuel. It is a fun game that will keep you entertained when you’re bored.
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