Feb 11, 2013, 11.45 AM IST | Source: Tech2.com
Smartphones are a platform that seems to be strangely suited to racing games. Thats not to say that racing games lack depth or anything, quite the
Smartphones are a platform that seems to be strangely suited to racing games. That’s not to say that racing games lack depth or anything, quite the contrary, racing games offer some of the deepest and compelling gameplay among all other genres. No. What I meant to say was that racing games are oddly suited to quick 1-2 minute play sessions, which is quite convenient to play on portable devices like smartphones and tablets.Right off the bat, the game boasts production values. The menus are slick and animations are fluid. You’re just simply thrown into your first race without having to go through any menus. This is where the game introduces you to its controls. After this race, you’re free to pick whatever event you want to take part in, and after a couple of more races, you get the ability to equip your car with mods that give you different bonuses for that race.The world’s smallest steering wheelWhen it comes to controlling your car, you get two options. You can either go for the traditional accelerometer-based control scheme, or opt for an on-screen steering wheel. It is worth noting that this is the first game in the mobile versions of Need for Speed that let you use an on-screen steering wheel.
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