Mini Motor Racing Review: Aggressive AI, Hundreds of Races and More (Video)
One of the most fun I had with the ASUS FonePad was playing the game Mini Motor Racing on it. Since the title runs on a single core Intel device, it probably runs on a lot of other slates and phones as well. The game is priced at 99 cents and it takes up 200 MB of space.
It offers hundreds of races that involve remote controlled cars, but ones that look better than the cars from the title Revolt. You can perform car upgrades using the cash you earn in races and you can tweak handling, acceleration and more. The car types include hot rod, sports cards and even some pickup trucks of sorts.
There are over 20 tracks to have fun with and their variations include night/day and weather conditions. This game pertains to the top down arcade racing genre and the graphics are quite colourful and appealing. There are lots of control modes to experiment with, including tilting and placement of direction buttons on various areas of the screen. The physics engine is quite good for an arcade game and the AI is very aggressive and competitive.
It also has multiplayer with up to 4 players via WiFi. We give this game an 8.5 out of 10 and you can download it from here.