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Top 5 Best Android Racing Games of June 2014

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(Desert Traffic Racer)

Get your motor running with our top picks for the best Android racing games of June 2014. Whether you like racers built on real-world cars or prefer games with a more cartoony twist, you’ll find something you like on the list below.


1. Zombie Road Trip Trials

Check out the launch trailer for Zombie Road Trip Trials in the video above.

Blending the best elements of zombie killing and racing games, Zombie Road Trip Trials challenges both your speed and your need to slay the undead. Spanning hundreds of levels, Zombie Road Trip Trials is notable for its use of rag doll physics. Watching those zombies fly limply through the air is a real treat.

Buy it here.


Pros:

  • Great phyics
  • Plenty of levels to explore
  • Excellent replay value
  • Upgrade vehicles with tons of cool weapons
  • Crossplatform multiplayer fun

  • Cons:

  • Levels are quite short: 480 missions will only take about 10 hours to complete
  • Some users prefer the original Zombie Road Trip game
  • Most update reduced crashes, but didn’t eliminate them entirely
  • Won’t play on Android devices running 2.2
  • Can feel repetitive after a while

  • 2. Traffic Street Racing: Muscle

    Check out gameplay footage from this racing game in the video above.

    If your dream car is a muscle car, then Traffic Street Racing: Muscle is a must-play. Boasting realistic environments, hot cars, and cool features, this is a game that will appeal to both younger and older players. One of the coolest features? The game has a dynamic day cycle, with which you can drive at any time of the day.

    Buy it here.


    Pros:

  • Drive at any time of day
  • Gorgeous cars
  • Nice environments
  • Realistic physics
  • Endless city streets to explore

  • Cons:

  • Car cockpit view may not appeal to all
  • Game is on Version 1.01 as of this writing, still has some bugs
  • Users report lack of manual gears
  • Ho-hum sound design
  • No ghost mode

  • 3. Desert Traffic Racer

    Check out some interesting video commentary about Desert Traffic Racer in the YouTube clip above.

    Fans of real world cars known that the desert is a great place to drive a car at top speeds. Desert Traffic Racer also includes a dynamic day cycle mode, letting you drive in daylight or after dark.

    Buy it here.


    Pros:

  • Realistic physics
  • Nice graphics
  • Good replay value
  • Drive in daylight or nighttime
  • Nice sound

  • Cons:

  • Only two cars: sports car and pickup truck
  • Too simplistic for some players
  • Can’t see full interior of car
  • Lacks huge stable of real-world cars other racing games offer
  • Feels repetitive after a while

  • 4. Moto Racing

    Get a closer look at this motorcycle racing game in the video above.

    Moto Racing, aka Ultra Moto, is a fun racing game that will appeal to motorcycle fans. If you live for the thrill of zooming through narrow spaces between cars, this is a must-play. Hey, at least it’s safer than a real life motorcycle ride, right?

    Buy it here.


    Pros:

  • Fast-paced action
  • Spectacular crashes
  • Multiple bikes
  • Simple controls
  • Lots of different environments add drama

  • Cons:

  • Top down view lacks drama of other perspectives
  • Some players would prefer a more mission-oriented system
  • Graphics are solid, but could still be improved
  • Won’t appeal to those who prefer racing games with cars instead of bikes
  • Some user reviews complain about bugs and glitches

  • 5. Racing Rivals

    Check out the trailer for Racing Rivals in the video above.

    For racing fans, one of the most appealing new racing games is Racing Rivals. Updated on June 6, Racing Rivals boasts a new and improved user interface. In addition, the devs have taken steps to reduce network and memory use in the game, which provides players with a smoother racing experience.

    Racing Rivals features a whole host of officially licensed cars from the real world, including cars from makers like McLaren, Subaru, Dodge, Mitsubishi, Ford, RWB, Scion, BMW, and Acura. If you thrive on fast-paced races, this game is a clear winner.

    Buy it here.


    Pros:

  • Tons of officially licensed cars
  • Supports nine languages
  • Nice social sharing features
  • Place bets or engage in turf wars, adding more drama to each race
  • Nice graphics

  • Cons:

  • Known issue on Samsung devices that run on 4.4.2, which can cause random crashes (devs have pushed a fix that should address this)
  • Racing Rivals requires an internet connection to play
  • RAM requirements are much higher for Android users on 4.0 or higher than for earlier operating systems
  • Some users have reported crashes/freezes
  • Lose a car in a race bet? You have to pay in real cash to get it back

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