Beach Buggy Racing Review (Huawei Ascend P7): Free and Fun Benchmark Racing Game With 3D Graphics

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  • 18 Dec 2014
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  • After playing Beach Buggy Blitz, there’s a new game to take into account, a follow-up to that title. It’s called Beach Buggy Racing, it’s available for free and it’s a 3D racing title, that may serve as a benchmark on some devices. We played it on the Huawei Ascend P7 and you can find some impressions below.

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    This game reminds me of Mario Kart and it comes with over 25 powerups, 3D graphics and great physics. There are custom cars included here, 12 race tracks and you can race around the jungle, beach and swamps and also use a variety of shortcuts. Each racer has a special power, that he’ll use against the other racers. Beach Buggy Racing comes from Vector Unit, the same guys who did a series of other 3D benchmarking games, such as Riptide GP2 and obviously Beach Buggy Blitz.

    You can steer and brake in this title, but the acceleration is automatic. Controls are very bad and tilting is a very bad choice for controls. There are races included, time trials and you can collect gems for your achievements. You can also get gems for beating bosses. Since this is a freemium title, there’s an energy system in place, that is based on tickets. You get 5 of them and if you finish first you get one more.

    Once the tickets run out, you have to wait till you get new ones. The appealing aspect of the game are certainly the graphics, that look superb. Lightning effects, speed effects, water splashes and even the deformation of objects are brilliant. You can also pay two dollars to unlock the multiplayer features, including a split screen feature. You can download the game here and we give a solid 8.3 out of 10.

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