Way too much free time? Bored at work? Well, your smartphone is more powerful than your PC used to be not that long ago, so what are you waiting for?
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These are the seven best smartphone car games out there to enjoy some time with:
1. Asphalt Xtreme:
The latest Asphalt game takes the action off the road in Asphalt Xtreme, with players racing through canyons and dunes with several game modes. Players will be able to go behind the wheel of a range of vehicle classes, from dune buggies to pickups and monster trucks, with automobiles from big names and licensed. In addition to the five game modes and hundreds of career events and challenges, Asphalt Xtreme also features a live multiplayer mode with up to eight racers going head to head on the track.
Last updated: 20th June 2017
2. Real Racing 3:
Maybe it’s showing its age a little bit, but Real Racing 3 stays an excellent free-to-play driving game that lets you have the wheel of a host of real-world cars as you drive around rendered real-world racetracks. It has several game modes such as time trials, standard races, and the Time Shift multiplayer mode which offer varied challenges to players, with updates continuously adding new content such as new cars and racing events. It has numerous game modes including time trials, standard races and the Time Shift multiplayer mode which offer varied challenges to players, with updates continuously adding new content such as new cars and racing events.
Developer: EA Swiss Sarl
Last updated: 18th July 2017
3. Asphalt 8 – Airborne:
Asphalt 8 takes an action-oriented approach, showing stunning graphics and fast-paced, nitro-fueled races. Asphalt 8 features 56 high-performance vehicles from a who’s who of automakers and offers eight seasons, 180 events and numerous game modes for the solo or multiplayer player. Airborne lives up to its name, with numerous ramps and other game play elements encouraging players to take death-defying leaps in order to execute insane aerial stunts. Asphalt 8 features 56 high-performance vehicles from a who’s who of automakers and offers eight seasons, 180 events and numerous game modes for solo or multiplayer mayhem.
Last updated: 7th June 2017
4. Need for Speed – No Limits:
It is a free racing game that gives short but intense races as you go through an underground street racing circuit. It features a variety of in-game and premium currency systems, as well as a fuel system. Drifting, drafting and smart use of nitro are necessary to win, with victories earning you parts to modify your cars or blueprints that unlock new machines. NFS: No Limits features a variety of in-game and premium currency systems, as well as a fuel system.
Developer: EA Swiss Sarl
Last updated: 28th June 2017
5. Riptide GP – Renegade:
The latest Riptide game shows science fiction jet ski racers. This game also features a single-player career mode as well as online and local multiplayer races. This game features a single-player career mode as well as online and local multiplayer races. As a disgraced racer, you must make a name for yourself in the illicit racing circuit while slowly climbing your way back up to the top.
Developer: Vector Unit Inc
Last updated: 12th Nov 2016
6. Fast & Furious – Legacy:
It is the latest of Kabam’s games based on the hit movie franchise, mixing drag racing, lane control and insane drifting to give a satisfying arcade racing experience that’s less about the simulation, and more about the action. Players race with, and against, familiar faces from the movies in a variety of game modes, and collect more than 50 customized cars. Even with timers and free-to-play limiters, Fast & Furious Legacy still provides a fun racing experience.
Developer: Aaron Co
Last updated: 28th May 2015
7. Hot Wheels Race Off
For something that’s a lot more arcadey in feel, try Hot Wheels Race Off, it is a head-to-head stunts racing game in the vein of the trials series. Users race their way through the classic orange tracks that the Hot Wheels toys have made famous, zipping past a variety of jumps and stunts while trying to pick up points and stay alive. Users can unlock and upgrade more than 30 different Hot Wheels toys and race them through more than 60 different tracks in the single player mode; players can also challenge their friends to beat their times in competitive multiplayer.
Developer: Hutch Games Ltd
Last updated: 11th July 2017
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