If you are a big fan of racing games then this is a good week as Electronic Arts has finally released Real Racing 3 for both Google Play and Kindle Fire. This is a very high-resolution graphic game and is even better than Gameloft’s Asphalt 7. That’s also why it required a whopping 1.7GB download file so make sure you have space and a fast WiFi connection. The app is free to download and play but this game does follow the freemium model. So either you’ll have to be really good to play for free or get ready to spend some real money.
If you love racing then this is going to be the game you’ll want to play. You can race 45 different cars from makers like Porsche, Lamborghini, Dodge, Bugatti, and Audi. There are tons of tracks and even real ones like Silverstone, Hockenheimring, and many more. There is online play and even a feature called Time Shifted Multiplayer that lets you race someone even if they are offline. There are over 900 cup races with various even styles. Plenty of choices and great game play to keep you busy.
But the obvious catch is the freemium model that will get you to spend real money on upgrades, races, repairs and more. In any of these freemium games you can play without paying but you’ll have to be really good at the game. If you want to get the most out of it you’ll probably have to spend a bit of money. This system might work for some while it’s a big downer for many others. I personally would rather pay a bit more and just pay for the whole game but the freemium model is here to stay for the near future. Be sure to let us know what you think about the game in the comment section.
Google Play Store link: Real Racing 3
Amazon Appstore link: Real Racing 3 (Kindle Tablet Edition)
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