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By Simon Burns On 11 Sep, 2013 At 10:23 AM | Categorized As Featured Reviews, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

There are literally hundreds of racing games on iOS, from just about every genre of racing that you could possibly think of, yet all of them are hindered by a common obstacle: the controls. Touch screen racing was always going to be tricky, especially for the more precise games that require perfect input, but Racing […]

By Oliver Stockley On 16 Jun, 2012 At 07:43 PM | Categorized As Featured Reviews, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Slingshot Racing is an original twist on the well-worn racing genre. Its top-down one-touch gameplay provides a refreshing change from the clumsy steering systems of many iPhone racers. Rather than forcing you to battle with complicated car controls, the game instead asks you to touch anywhere on the screen to sling some rope at the […]

By Simon Burns On 24 Mar, 2012 At 12:54 PM | Categorized As iPhone, News | With 0 Comments

Jamie Woodhouse, the developer of the sublime Retro Racing, which we have covered extensively on the site, not only featuring a full preview and including it in our games to watch in 2012 feature, but awarding it a fabulous 91% in our review, has let us know that the game has been removed from the […]

By Simon Burns On 23 Feb, 2012 At 12:27 AM | Categorized As Featured, Featured Reviews, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

We have been waiting for this one. Ever since we first caught glimpses of the game on the developers Twitter page, we have been hankering for more, and when we got hold of an early Beta build, which we based our preview on, our excitement for Retro Racing has just grown and grown. Why? That […]

By Simon Burns On 2 Feb, 2012 At 12:10 AM | Categorized As Featured, Featured Reviews, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

The original Reckless Racing was a good racing game in the Super Off Road tradition that, while supremely playable and good looking, was lacking a bit of focus and had an odd selection of game modes. Reckless Racing 2 aims to change all that, and the good news is that it has done this and […]

By Simon Burns On 19 Jan, 2012 At 08:36 PM | Categorized As iPad, Reviews | With 0 Comments

The Binary Mill’s Mini Motor Racing a no brakes allowed, pedal to the metal top-down racer. From the the moment the lights go green, it’s “engines go” as you race around some truly stunning looking tracks. The dust is flying and so are the other cars as you try to nudge, boost and smash your […]

By Simon Burns On 22 Dec, 2011 At 04:12 PM | Categorized As Android, News | With 1 Comment

Firemint, the developer of Flight Control, has released it’s massive hits Spy Mouse and Real Racing 2 on the Android Market. Both titles have been published by giant EA and add to the recent slew of quality games hitting Android this Christmas. Spy Mouse, which we reviewed on iPhone, sees you in control of Agent […]

By Simon Burns On 12 Dec, 2011 At 01:39 PM | Categorized As iPad, News | With 0 Comments

I have to admit being a little bit in love with Retro Racing, even at this pre-release stage. A top down racing game in the best tradition of games like Micro Machines and Hot Rod, the game features dinky little Formula One cars zooming around tracks littered with collectables. The game has a fabulous retro […]

By Simon Burns On 17 Nov, 2011 At 11:50 AM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments

We have only just reviewed 3D Pixel Racing and Kyotokei and they have already been updated, with both being upgraded to version 1.1. 3D Pixel Racing has had a few extras added, such as brand new touch controls that we requested in our review, a new option to disable horizon tilt, improved shadows and other […]

By Simon Burns On 14 Nov, 2011 At 05:43 PM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

This is an interesting release from Vidia, a full 3D racing game with a visual style that looks like an old 2D pixel game has been blown into the modern age. It is an interesting look, almost like a racing version of Minecraft and I believe this direction is an unqualified success, visually. It gives […]

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