Racing games are among the most popular in all of mobile gaming. With so many options to choose from, here are the best racing games for iOS!
GT Racing 2: The Real Car Exp is a racing game developed by the makers of Asphalt. Players can participate in online multiplayer races or alone against the computer.
The numbers for GT Racing Numbers 2: The Real Car Exp are really spectacular. It has over 30 different manufacturers with a total of 67 vehicles, including Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari, Dodge, Nissan, Audi and Ford. In addition, there are 13 real race tracks, including the famous Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
Rebel Racing is a 3D driving game where you can get behind the wheel of dozens of vehicles from real carmakers and compete on tracks set in the US West Coast. Your aim: to become the fastest racer in the USA.
The controls in Rebel Racing are very simple: on the sides of the screen are your buttons to rotate, and on the right, once it loads, is also your turbo button. That said, you can normally only use the turbo once per race, so you should think carefully about when you want to roll it out. A turbo at the right moment could spell the difference between victory and defeat.
Real Drift Car Racing is a game that focuses mostly on drifting. You’ll be racing around corners trying to get an edge against your opponents. Real Drift Car Racing is the most realistic drift racing game on mobile devices, and yet easy to control and fun to play thanks to an innovative drift helper.
Get ready to drive high performance cars (turbo or naturally aspirated) and make them drift at high speed in tracks designed specifically for drift racing.
The CSR Racing series is one of the most popular racing games out there. CSR Racing 2 is a drag racing game. You’ll be buying cars, adding upgrades, and then racing. It features a campaign mode with plenty of races. CSR2 delivers hyper-real drag racing to the palm of your hand in state of the art graphics. Now in its 3rd iteration after CSR Racing and CSR Classics.
Nitro Nation takes drag and drift racing to the next level with a 3D world full of stunning new customizable cars, amazing racing physics, and unlimited in-depth gameplay that guarantees racers an unforgettable experience, all on your mobile device!
It should come as no surprise that Need for Speed, one of the oldest racing game franchises still going strong today, has a pretty awesome mobile game out there with Need for Speed™ No Limits. With gorgeous graphics, loads of cars and customizations, and options for both touch controls and tilt controls, Need for Speed™ No Limits is sure to satisfy the adrenaline junkie in all of us.
Top Speed 2 is the successor to Top Speed, a racing game that topped over ten million downloads. The second game in the series is actually pretty good as well. The game boasts over 70 unlockable cars, a surprisingly deep tuning mode, a variety of single and multiplayer game modes, leaderboards, various customizations, and more.
Real Racing 3 is the award-winning franchise that sets a new standard for mobile racing games. Real Racing 3 is among the more realistic racing games on our list which gives some credence to the name of the game. It’s also a favorite among our readership. The game is full of content, including over 100 cars from various manufacturers, various game modes including real time multiplayer, and even the game’s race tracks are digital versions of real race tracks.
GRID Autosport is a port of the PC version. It was also one of the best games launched in all of 2019. The game boasts 100 cars along with 100 total races. The game is focused on a single-player experience and you not only get adjustable difficulties, but a variety of racing styles and little niceties like hardware controller support.
In Asphalt 9: Legends, take the wheel of real cars from high-end renowned legendary car manufacturers, such as Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, and W Motors, among many other international brands. Drive, boost and perform stunts across dynamic real-life locations in single or multiplayer play. Racing adrenaline, brought to you by the creators of Asphalt 8: Airborne.