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How to download free Real Racing 3
- Android version
- Android 4.4
- Android 4.3
- Android 4.2
- Android 4.1
- Android 4.0
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- Android 3.1
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- Android 2.3
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- Android 2.1
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Review Real Racing 3
The best racing game for Android is now free
Author: Alexander Vorobyev
Date: tested on 01 Mar 2013 on
Awesome 3D graphics, true-to-life physics, addictive gameplay, simple controls, quality 3d graphics, distinctive levels, decent game play
Aggressive in-app purchases, in-app purchases
Real Racing 3 is a continuation of the awesome racing game for Android that lets you enjoy the most true-to-life driving experience. The game offers you breathtaking 3D graphics and elaborate physics and is now distributed completely for free.
The game features no drastic changes in gameplay compared with its predecessor, but it looks like the controls and physics became more pliant now. Neither the controls have changed: you can choose to steer either using the on-screen buttons or g meter. We believe that the most convenient mode is to use your g meter to steer and accelerate via the on-screen buttons.
However, since now the game is completely free, the developers decided to add a bit of money squeezing action. Every car upgrade or repair you do takes a certain amount of time which may be as long as 12 hours at the end of the game. Therefore, you’ll probably need to pay real money to receive a pleasant playing experience.
Real Racing 3 is an amazing racing game for Android devices that was released by Electronic Arts. And though the game has perfect 3D graphics, smart physics, and simple controls, we believe that the in-app purchases are too aggressive.