Subscription entertainment is the new normal today, and the gaming world is no different. The success of major gaming services such as Xbox GamePass and Playstation Plus has pushed the boundaries of the unknown in the gaming industry. Considering the pioneering giant that is Apple, it’s no surprise that it has led the mobile gaming world with its Apple Arcade subscription services. Since its release in 2019, the Apple Arcade subscription has proven its value due to its business model, and mobile gamers (though not completely impressed) agree that it’s a relatively affordable way to play ad-free.
Apple Arcade boasts some of the most extreme racing games, exclusive and highly acclaimed. While the subscription-based service didn’t release gems every day, there were racing games that quickly became fan favorites or have been favorites since the beginning.
5/5 Distorted kart racers
Team Nintendo has been a pioneer in bringing several of its standalone characters across different genres under one roof and making it a huge success. Several decades after the initial release, many other developers have tried their luck in the racing game universe. New on the block Distorted kart racers for Apple Arcade.
The game features most of the characters from Fox Network’s roster of animated adult television shows, and they participate in a “freaky and wacky” go-kart race. Even though the game was called a robbery Mario Kart Even before the launch of the franchise, the idea of characters from different age groups competing against each other in a go-kart race created quite a buzz. The whole family set of Family manseveral specialties from american dadas well as king of the hill made it to the debut line-up. Given that iOS games may have updates in the future, it wouldn’t be surprising to see The Simpsons also get on board.
4/5 detonation racing
In the second half of the 2000s, a place in the most beloved street car racing game was up for grabs between Need for Speed franchise and burn out franchise. However, times have changed as the new decade begins and both franchises have failed to recreate their initial success on mainstream consoles and PC. For fans who love street racing with spices and lots of butterflies, detonation racing it’s the perfect choice.
The game from Electric Square (not to be confused with Electronic Arts) combines high-speed racing through city streets with fiendish obstacles that are placed/falling/slamming along the way. On deeper reflection one might discover that this strange child burn out as well as Hot Wheels and it’s a real blast (pun intended) to kill time on iOS devices.
3/5 super impossible road
super impossible road literally going down the less beaten path. The game takes place in the vast void of space, where various racing tracks are scattered across distant galaxies and their respective backdrops. Gamers accustomed to the classic 1993 Sky Roads will find similarities here and there, but the high-octane game requires fast action.
The tracks have obstacles, dangerous turns, hot wheel loops and boosters. However, there is a catch! The game is not fair by any rules and players can do whatever it takes to cross the finish line. What makes it even more fun is the online cross-play on consoles like Playstation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch allowing players to compete against anyone and everyone in the gaming world.
2/5 Agent Interception
Agent Interception is a game that can be bought in the store for those who are looking for a mission-based offline racer. The game is based on time and has fast and furious atmosphere. Players take on the role of an undercover agent tasked with delivering high-profile criminals in their loaded machine, the Scepter. Managing through harsh environments, dodging bombs, bullets and dangers along the way, pushing the Scepter to its maximum limit to defeat the enemy is the essence of the game.
Each mission is different and has its own storyline. In addition to undercover spy racing, the game also features or, in this case, pays homage to some of the most iconic vehicular perks seen in Bond films. Machine guns at the front and oil slicks at the back, at the touch of a button, are what turns players into intense adventures on the road. Cinematic visuals to help succinct goals and in-game graphics go hand in hand to give players an experience suited from Fast and Furious.
1/5 speed demons
speed demons could be a spiritual remake for players familiar with the 8-bit classic Road Fighters and fill the nostalgic void left by decades. The game from Randian games is a top-down highway racing game with four different game modes to match the gaming mood.
The game combines a good dose of action and intense driving moments combined into slick graphics for iOS devices. With over a ton of vehicles to choose from and limitless ways to wreak havoc on the streets, this game is sure to become a favorite.
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