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    Top 5 racing games for Android

    Don't have a computer? Well no issue

    Imagine if you are bored and your computer is on the blank. How will you bypass the time? Well here are 5 free racing games for your phone or android to help make the time go by faster. Although, I must warn you that some of these games do have in-app purchases.

    1-Real Racing 3


    If you are looking for a racing game that is offline, this is possibly one of the best. It has over 100 million downloads (I actually play this game myself) and has received a high rating of 4.5 out of 5 star rating.

    The graphics are great and controls are fairly easy to use. It also has a vastly various choices of awesome cars from hatchbacks to hypercars.

    2-Need for Speed: No limits


    This is quite a popular game with it having over 50 million downloads and getting a 4.4 star rating. Although it is quite a big download being 1.2 GB, it is well worth it because of the great graphics and has quite simple controls for use.

    But the graphics and controls aren't only the cool things about this game. The cars are even more insane with a wide range to pick from.

    3-Asphalt Xtreme: Rally Racing


    If you are rally racing fan this is the game I would recommend for you. With great graphics and easy control it has had over 10 million downloads and earns a great 4.5 star rating.

    Although just like Need for Speed: No limits it is quite big being 1.5 GB, but having a broad number of off-roading cars it makes it quite appealing.

    4-Crazy for Speed 2


    Another offline game is this-Crazy for Speed 2. It is small being 65 mb and has had over 10 million downloads.

    It has received a considerably high rating of 4.6 stars. The game has simple graphics and is easy to use with a few challenging levels.

    5-Nitro Nation 6


    If you fancy drag racing, Nitro Nation 6 is probably one of the best ones out there. It has got a rating of 4.5 stars and has had over 10 million downloads.

    Of course being 507 mb big you can expect it, of course, to having awesome graphics and easy control. But it does get quite challenging sometimes.

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    Comments (12)

    • Most of these games have arcade based models, so i think i'll stick to RaceRoom.

        1 year ago
    • What's the point in passing time when a game requires you to know the tactics of racing before going in bound??

      I loved Xtreme because it is simply insane, defies all laws of physics... Takes my eye out of my head every time a Zetros does a barrel roll and flies past over 250 kmh... Wet dreams like that come once in a blue moon.

        1 year ago
    • I dunno if you noticed but nfs and asphalt xtreme require more that 1gb ram free, nitro nation close to 500mb, real racing appears to require less than 100mb until it kicks you in the nuts a starts downloading extra files which require about 1gb ram space, same goes for asphalt airborne which was a pretty dope game. So, the best thing to do is buy a cheap a$$ laptop or desktop and play happy wheels...

        1 year ago
    • I‘m sorry but Need for speed: no limits is a grindy mess with a whole lot of crappy microtransactions. Normal ingame currency is basically useless because you have to earn parts which you use to upgrade your car by grinding the same race over and over again. You need gold currency for many things but it‘s hard to come by unless you pay real money (the kind you use for food and paying rent). And you have to collect blueprints to get cars which you only get through lootboxes and only sometimes Races. Not worth your time.

        1 year ago
    • And Gear Club aswell (unfornately it's Sequel isn't available for phones dammit )

        1 year ago


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