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Best Racing Games in 2019

更新於: 2019年12月29日 • 包含13個應用 • 推薦應用

Drive your favorite car, or bike, even a bus and show your racing abilities in these cool games. You can race against the computer or invite a friend to join you in two-player racing games. 
這篇文章Best Racing Games in 2019是關於Racing Games。13個和Racing Games相關的應用在以下列表中展示,包含狂野飆車8:極速凌雲-超好玩的擬真賽車遊戲, Traffic Rider, CSR Racing 2等等。文章更新時間為2021年09月21日。
When it comes to mobile gaming, there are several varieties of android games available in the google play store.Among them racing is one category populated with some excellent games which offer a great experience. if you are in two minds regarding which racing game to install, our list of the 13 best racing games for Android will surely come in handy. 
The racing games listed below are not just your conventional on-road racing games, some also involve testing your ride's might on water and uneven terrain too. Every one of them is awesome.So, let's get straight to the list.
Race with the hottest, most high-performing dream machines ever created in Gamelogt’s Asphalt 8: Airborne. Choose from over 190 high-performance bikes and cars, with the likes of Lamborghini Veneno, Bugatti 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, and Ferrari LaFerrari, to drive around and push beyond their limits. You can even customize and upgrade your rides so you can rise above your rivals with style.
True to its name, you can get Airborne when you hit the ramps and race while bending the rules of physics. Pull insane stunts as you maneuver through the air to maximize your speed. Discover plenty of shortcuts hidden throughout the many new exciting and exotic locations such as Venice, French Guiana, Iceland, and more.
Riding the wind in style, this game receives a Playscore: 8.62.
From the Soner Kara, creators of Traffic Racer comes Traffic Rider. Get behind the handlebars of your motorcycle and drive straight with this first-person driving game. There are 26 different motorbikes to ride with real motor sound effects from real bikes.
This game has the essence of smooth arcade racing while also having the looks of a next generation game. There are more than 70 missions to complete and more than 30 achievements to unlock in this fast paced motorcycle ride. The faster you ride, the more points you’ll get.
So, strap on your helmet and join the fast lane. This game has a Playscore: 8.54.
The sequel to the number 1 drag racing series has arrived with jaw-dropping 3D Next-Gen Graphics graphics for hyper-real drag racing that fits in your pocket. Race against players across the world in real time with your custom build supercars like LaFerrari, McLaren P1, Koenigsegg One:1, and many more.
Fill your garage with supercars and over 200 officially licensed most desirable vehicles from around the world including Ferrari, McLaren, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Pagani and many more. Become the very best by defeating the top crews in a city filled with secrets.
Speeding its way to the top, this game receives a Playscore: 8.53.
Delivering in its promise of being bigger, better and funnier than its predecessor, comes Hill Climb Racing 2.
In this game, you can unlock many awesome customizable cars and motorcycles so you can choose the best one to suit your playstyle. You can tune and upgrade your vehicles so they can have an improved performance (whatever that means in this game) so you can climb the leaderboards and become number one. On top of that, the new update of the game lets you play against other player in weekly live events.
This fun, crazy, little time waster gets a Playscore: 8.5.
If you want realism in your mobile racing experience, then check out GT Racing 2. This game boasts 30 different manufacturers with a total of 67 vehicles so you can drive the likes of Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari, and Audi in real race tracks like the famous Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Keeping it as realistic as possible with a Playscore: 8.42
Collect more crowns than your rivals in this real-time multiplayer racing game. If you’re a fan of fast-paced PVP action or io style multiplayer games, then this might just be the perfect racing game for you.
You can also play against your friends so you can get a chance of showing off your Pepperoni Skinned Camper Van, upgraded with a flamethrower, while kicking their butts. If being forever alone is more your style, don’t worry, there is also a single player mode just for you.
A new update of the game has a hidden car. Will you be able to find it? This game receives a Playscore: 8.48
Sure, there's plenty of free games on the market right now. But if they're not loaded with ads, they're usually packed with a crippling amount of microtransactions. Luckily, there's always Dan Vogt's passion project--a futuristic arcade racer set in a mysterious cyberworld. With crisp visuals, responsive controls, and captivating narratives--it has all the markings of an excellent title. And, it's all free for everyone to play and replay.
Take control of a lone data wing as he takes instructions from an enigmatic narrator. Within the plot, you'll unfold a groundbreaking conspiracy that takes root in the minefield of human emotions. Compete against yourself and other data wings with their intuitive two-touch controls, and immerse in over 2 hours of story divided over 40 stages.
While the whole game is pretty short, it delivers the quality goods every step of the way. Undoubtedly the best way to spend 2 hours, it has a PlayScore of 8.89.

Here are the runners-up before we reveal the number one:
Can’t decide between a racing game and a shooting game? This game might just be what you are looking for. You can customize your car with machine guns, lasers, rockets, and more just before you hit the race track. Experience insane physics-based combat racing, like nothing you’ve played before! It has a Playscore: 8.37.
Like the name suggest, in this game, you take on the role of a manager of a motorsport racing team. Hire drivers, develop your vehicles, and invest in technology so your team could be the best among the rest.
In this highly addicting racing game has a very tactical feel to it. You formulate strategies and work with your drivers to win races. You have to be wary, because in this gam e, decisions like deciding what to do when the weather changes really matters.
Do your best and you may just become the world champion in the pinnacle of motorsport! This racing game receives a Playscore: 8.56.
This is a game where you can race endlessly. That is, until you crash on to the other cars on the highway. That’s okay though, because you have 45 different vehicles to drive, including a good old taxi, a police car, a space shuttle, a UFO and a mother flippin tank you can use to shoot the cars in front of you. This game receives a Playscore: 8.37.
15. Horizon Chase - World Tour
If you’re looking for a retro racing game to play on the go, then horizon chase may just be the game for you. The game developers at Aquiris Game Studio perfectly mixes the 16-bit graphics, classic arcade gameplay, and music by Barry Leitch long term gamers have come to love, with the smoothness of a modern racing game. It has a Playscore: 8.33.
Take customization in a racing game in a whole new level. This time, you don’t just get to customize a character and pick a vehicle, you also get to create your own levels for you and your friends could play on. Essentially, you’ll never, ever run out of levels to play on.
Big Bang Racing mixes racing with puzzle solving as you race against real players from all over the world. You can also team up with your friends to compete with other teams in Weekly Seasons to have a chance to win awesome prizes.
Play this game and you can get a chance to become not just the best racer, but also the best level creator! This awesome game has a Playscore: 8.66.

Here are the runners-up before we reveal the number one:
Probably one of the flashiest where zombie games are concerned. From the makers of Blocky Highway, DogByte Games is taking the vehicular voxel action to apocalyptic heights. In this game, there is no antidote for the rising undead invasion. Instead, you'll be taking the law and your survival into your own hands. Select from their diverse lineup of vehicles and buckle yourself up for some zombie-killing fun.
Dead Venture has up to three thrilling game modes. Breeze through their 8 story mode chapters, race against time in Time Trial Mode, or put the pedal to the metal in the endless Survival Mode. It has a PlayScore of 8.47.
Pixelbite’s third installment to the Reckless Racing franchise has arrived with dirtier race tracks, awesome powerslides, eye-popping graphics, and their largest selection of cars and trucks to date! There are 9 seasons and 60 events to race in in the Career mode, and 24 challenges in Arcade mode.
There’s a different mode in this gane for all kinds reckless racers out there! There’s Gymkhana to test the skills of the seasoned race driver, Drift mode for the those who love skidding in every corner, and of course, Reckless Mashup, where you can choose to go big and bully your opponents, or small and let your rivals bite your dust. Be careful though, the AI drivers are much more reckless in this mode.
Get down and dirty with a game that has a Playscore: 8.58.