Our friends over at AppModo.com have spent some time with the racing app Real Racing by Firemint. Here’s a little on what they had to say about it:
Immediately after opening Real Racing, you can tell the amount of hard work that was put into this game. A smooth transition from opening screen to main menu, and just another tap could get you started in the action. Career Mode, Quick Race, Time Trial, and Connected. Four ways to race, each one a blast.
The graphics for the game are absolutely stunning. Fully rendered cars with a full range of motion and even a decent physics engine are present, so you know when you hit another car and spin out of control. The locations and courses are beautifully done, and I caught myself several times admiring the scenery when I should have been paying attention to the road. The audio is also a great accomplishment, with realistic sound effects and a bumping soundtrack to get you pumped up for high speed racing.
Head on over to Appmodo.com for their full review, found here.
Or, for iTunes:
This is the first time that we here at AppChatter.com have referred to an outside review, but Appmodo.com has a very complete and comprehensive review of Need for Speed. I have to admit, this game looks awesome and since we haven’t had a chance to spend any time with it we’re looking to an outside source for some good info.
I will say this upfront and very clearly, Need for Speed Undercover is the best racing game to date for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. PERIOD. Electronic Arts just took the iPhone from a 3.0 level to a 4.0 with the release of this ultimate new game.
Need for Speed Undercover for the iPhone makes me feel like I’m playing the full 1080i version on my Xbox 360. EA made sure that every single feature from their Need for Speed series showed up on their mobile platform.
For the full review, head over to Appmodo.com.
Need for Speed is $9.99 in the iTunes App Store.