It's a racing game and it's pretty reckless
Reckless Racing Review
by on November 4, 2010
There’s nothing like a bit of old-school racing to get the blood pumping on a morning commute and Reckless Racing has this in spades.
For an Android game its graphics are fantastic. They are rich and detailed, offering speed and 3D physics which make for a great joyride. While we did find some issues with the game slowing and juddering, it’s certainly one of the best-looking things we have seen on the Android Market and the controls are top notch – the virtual d-pad simple to use.
There’s plenty of variety too: the game allows you to take control of six machines, over 10 tracks and five different venues and there are three levels of difficulty on offer.
The single player mode is a decent stab at a racing game but multiplayer is where the fun begins. Racing against three other people in real-time is superb fun, though the fact you have to create an account before multiplayer happens in a touch annoying.
This aside, Reckless Racer is a stunning addition to Android, pointing the way games should be on the service.
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