What a wreck.
Tag: racing games
Released by RedForce Games, Drone Racer: Canyons is a new, drone racing game for Android. In this game, players will be in control of a drone, tasked with completing runs through craggy canyons. Players will have two options for controlling their drones, either by the gyroscope on the handset, or using a virtual D-Pad, along with a few other options for successful navigation.
I came across a video of Beat Racer and I was immediately eager to play the game. The game is published by Lila Soft, and it has already been released on iOS. The Android version of the game is still in development, so we don’t have a specific release date for it yet. Lila Soft mentioned on their Facebook page that it will release in July. Beat Racer glows with neon colors and vibrant environments. Take the world of the last Tron movie and throw in some incredible music from indie music artists and you have Beat Racer.
Developer b-interaktive’s newest game, the easy-to-learn yet hard-to-master Mesmeracer, is now available on Google Play. The game challenges players to become the eponymous Mesmeracer by piloting two vehicles at once and ensuring they survive as long as possible.
Indie developers going by the name of RebelApes have released their first title onto Android over the holidays called Highway Traffic Racer Planet. This particular game is an endless racing title where players will be able to choose from a variety of vehicles before setting out to see how far they can get.
If you had Hot wheels as a child, congratulations! You were born after 1968. What I’m saying is that they’re ubiquitous in children’s rooms everywhere. One more show of solidarity; who’s tired of a a studio taking something you grew up with or loved and turning it into a poorly implemented money-making steamer? Again, I feel like that’s most of us. I’m looking at you, Transformers.
Nvidia, the gaming hardware company, features games that run well on their hardware, and sometimes exclusively so. Like many other companies, they’re offering deep discounts on many of these games. Some of them are native to Android, while others must be steamed using their subscription service called GeForce Now. And do make note of the fact that any games purchased through GeForce Now also comes with a redemption code from either Steam or GOG, so the games can still be enjoyed offline, and independently of the streaming service, albeit on a PC.
Originally released onto consoles, Codemasters have brought their F1 racing simulation game, simply called F1 2016, over to Android devices. As you may be guessing from the name, you’ll be racing F1 cars in this particular racing title. However, this is a particularly big game, both in terms of content, and in terms of its actual size, weighing in at 2.6GB.
Originally released onto iOS and ending up pretty popular over there, Eden Games has brought their racing game Gear.Club over to Android. If you’re into racing games, Gear.Club is a more realistic type of game instead with fully customizable cars, which includes everything from engines to suspensions and more.
Gameloft has released a second game already in less than a month called Asphant Xtreme. This is actually the global launch of Asphalt Xtreme and this particular game is an off-road racing style of title that is actually part of the Asphalt series, and focuses on all different types of off-road racing.