Red Bull Air Race The Game Review (Huawei Ascend P7): Loops, Aerial Stunts, Repetitive Gaming and Timers

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  • 11 Nov 2014
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  • Red Bull Air Race The Game is a title we played on the Huawei Ascend P7 and I have to admit I was rather fooled by the game’s name, than tempted by its promise of aerial stunts. We’re dealing with a free game, from Road House Interactive, one that features real tracks and real pilots.

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    We’ve got a nice soundtrack, filled with alternative tunes and the gameplay involves loops, racing between obstacles and beating the best times of ghost AI planes. You can opt for touch or tilt control and you’ll enjoy real locations from the US, UK, Central Europe, South America and Middle East. You can press the right side throttle button to accelerate and turn with the side stick, but the idea is to keep the wings level at all time, if possible.

    You can upgrade or repair planes, but those actions are associated to timers, as usual for freemium titles. You need to pass pylons without hitting them and double pylons with wings level. There are also races against time and usually the AI isn’t very hard to beat. There are 6 planes to play with, with custom paint jobs and overall, I’d say the 3D graphics of the game are pretty cute. The title is played in short sessions, so it’s good for commuters.

    We’ve got weekly tournaments and in case you’re wondering, you need 1 GB of RAM or more to run the game. There’s also Android 4.1+ required to play this title. 210 paint jobs are included, 50 achievements and 28 pilots. Sadly, the game may be slightly fun, but it also gets boring fast, that’s why we give it a 7 out of 10. You can download it here.

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