Those who can’t get enough of everybody’s favorite little blue creatures might well be enticed to download Smurf Racer – a game that (at first glance) would appear to involve a Smurf, if not multiple ones, driving race cars.
iPhone and iPad apps tagged "racing game."
Sequel Title Brings Trial Xtreme Off Road Racing to iOS Platform
For gamers who think that the best racing games are where you spend more time in the air pulling flips and somersaults than riding around the track in circles, the wait is over. Trial Xtreme 2 HD is the brand new sequel to Trial Xtreme, one of the biggest hits on the Android Market with over four million downloads to date.
Minicars Touch 1.0 for iOS: Auto Racing Sim Features Epic Control System
Dracoders today is pleased to introduce Minicars Touch 1.0 for iOS, their new auto racing Game featuring the Epic Control System, which allows the user to control their car by dragging their finger along the track ahead of their racecar.
Race to Glory in HD With GT Racing: Motor Academy
When it comes to the expanding lineup of games on the iPad, GT Racing: Motor Academy HD proves once again that the racing genre outshines the rest.
GT Racing: Motor Academy is another excellent option and should especially appeal to automotive purists.
Kart Toons Racing a Wreck
Kart Toons Racing is is akin to Crash Bandikoot Nitro Kart or Mario Kart, but unfortunately suffers from bad controls, poor graphics and overall mediocre gameplay.
To play you choose one of four cartoon characters; Bomber Cat, Lola, Igor, or Spike to participate in a series of races.
Finger Race with Touch Racing Nitro
Touch Racing Nitro is a great racing game, though it takes some getting used to thanks to the unique controls. Instead of the virtual directional pad popular in most iPhone games you lead a race car on a virtual leash controlled by your finger.
10 Best Games for the iPad ... so far
Gamers are already going nuts for the iPad. No wonder. Multi-touch brings the tactile closer to the electronic world, the wide screen can offer breathtaking graphics, and the faster processor makes the tablet faster and slicker than its iPhone cousin.
Doodle Kart Draws Out the Race Car Driver In You
Doodle Kart – Doodle games, with graphics that appear to have been hand drawn, are hot. Lima Sky’s Doodle Jump, for example, is currently sitting in third place in the best-selling apps column.
Real Racing: The Review and 3G vs 3GS
Firemint's follow up iPhone offering goes a different route than the causally inclined Flight Control that has been a consistent occupant on the Top 25. For me, Real Racing is a surprise coming from Firemint as they’ve rolled out a powerhouse racing title that is determined to shock and awe gamers of all stripes.
Need For Speed Arrives on the iPhone in Style!
Need for Speed: Undercover - For nearly 15 years and several generations of gaming hardware, the Need for Speed franchise has endured as a beloved arcade racing franchise for all gamers.
Granted it has come in several different themes over the years (e.g.
Stunt Car Racing Goes Off-Road Scrolling
Stunt Car Racing 99 Tracks FREE is indeed free, so it will seem uncharitable of me to advise you to save your money but that’s what I’m about to do, unfortunately.
Stunt Car Racing 99 Tracks FREE, from the usually reliable Digital Chocolate, is an ordinary side-to-side scroller.
iPlay Unleashes It's Fast and Furious Sequel
Nearly two months ago I reviewed a fun yet flawed racer in Fast and Furious: Pink Slip. It was a game that admirably represented it’s license with a solid racing experience packed with interesting gameplay modes.
Touch Ski 3D is an Original iPhone Game, Done Right for Sport-loving Gamers
Touch Ski 3D - I’ve always had a weird fascination with extreme winter sports. Granted I’m not a skier or snowboarder by any stretch of the imagination, I’ve always enjoyed watching some of the amazing feats that professional “extreme” athletes pull off at the ESPN X-Games.
Alpine Racer Shows Promise But Lacks Depth
Namco’s Alpine Racer series has historically been a fixture in arcades (when they were popular in the States...) for over a decade. It is a downhill skiing series that relied on beautiful graphics and an interesting swiveling apparatus (picture here) that aimed at simulating a skiing experience.
Monster Trucks Never Quite Gets into Gear
Every day is Sunday with Monster Trucks Nitro from RedLynx. I'm assuming everyone must have seen the "Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!" TV commercials used to promote Monster Truck events.
The virtual game Monster Trucks Nitro requires you to run over wrecked buses, leap chasms, time your jumps to hit ramps at the right angle — even do five loopdeloops perfectly to beat one of the highest levels.