Android Game Review: Real Racing 3


Real Racing 3 is probably the most anticipated game on the Google Play Store today. Featuring the all-new Mint 3 Engine, realistic physics, graphics, sound and audio effects, it is not just a worthy successor of the previous sequel, but a whole new game that deserves to be at the top for a long, long time.

Real Racing 3 is a realistic driving simulator. It’s quite a big game actually, featuring a respectable number of 46 cars and over 900 races organized in numerous cups and tournaments. At the same time, while racing you can compete with your friends and other people from across this world. That is a cool feature, however, it limits the option to play this game in offline mode.

The first thing you will see the first time you launch the game is the main screen. It’s neatly organized, with all of the cups presented in the form of tiles, which are organized in several series. There are also the stats, such as credits, driver level as well as your selected car.  There’s also access to the car store, where the cars can be bought and, of course, the car customization menu. The main menu is pretty nice and straightforward so that everyone would be able to find his way easily.


As it is stated above, Real Racing 3 offers a rich arsenal of cars. To be exact, there are currently 46 of them with the possibility of additional ones coming later. There are the popular makes, such as Audi, BMW, Dodge and Lamborghini while on the other hand, there are also a couple of exotics, like Bugatti, Koenigsegg, McLaren and Pagani. At the beginning, as always, you start with a less powerful car and then as you progress in your career, you will earn enough credits to buy yourself a more powerful one.