Table Top Racing Review: Much Better Than Revolt, Excellent Arcade Racing Title (Video)

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  • 11 Feb 2014
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  • Ever since I played Revolt 1 and 2 on a mobile phone or tablet I found it to be overrated by basically every Android gamer. Then Table Top Racing came and show Revolt how it should be done, or at least so I think…

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    I tested this title on the LG G Flex curved phone and I have to say this is a free game coming from Play Rise Digital. This is the co creator of the game Wipeout from the PlayStation, so we’ve got excellent pedigree here. There are 17 upgradeable cars in the game, 8 race tracks, 4 championships and over 30 special events. We’ve got 6 unique play modes, 9 powerups and cloud saving.

    The cars will be driving around the house, in environments like the kitchen, living room and other such areas. You’ll be driving among hamburgers, pies, toys and fruit, but be careful with the hairpins and bridges, since it’s easy to fly into nothingness. There’s a bit of humor in the game and I was surprised to see that the graphics are actually quite high end, with realistic reflections and good lighting effects.

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    You can drive an ice cream truck, a buggie, all sorts of other trucks and even a Veyron copycat. The AI is aggressive and you can use powerups on the track to counter it, like bombs, EMP pulses, bursts and more. Races are tough to complete, but they’re very fun. By the way you can also upgrade your cars, but not any way you like. You must follow a certain upgrade pattern…

    We give the game Table Top Racing a 9.2 out of 10 and we find it to be superior to the Revolt series. Download it here.

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