The BlackBerry PlayBook is one hell of a device. When it’s not out there saving the work with it’s incredible multitasking superpowers and extensive business expertise, it uses it’s awesome graphics to entertain its users with some pretty cool games. Here’s my top 5 racing games for BlackBerry PlayBook because, who doesn’t love a little competition? In no particular order, here they are:
1. GT Racing Motor Academy
Access the greatest licensed content ever for a racing game on mobile, including over 100 cars from the wrold’s most famous manufacturesr like Ferrari, lamborghini and Audi. Take your wheels for a spin on 14 tracks including the iconic Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, as well as urban and even rally tracks.
2. Asphalt 7
Hit the speed of heat in the fastest, most visually stunning edition of the Asphal series. It’s you against the world in 60 of the ost amazing cars by prestigious makers like Audi, Lamborghini and Aston Martin. A total of 150 races on tracks across the globe, from Paris to Rio, await you in 6 different game modes with local and online multiplayer for up to 6 racers.
3. Need for Speed Undercover
Real cars! Real fast! Drive the world’s #1 critically acclaimed racing franchise on the BlackBerry PlayBook. Race 20 of the world’s fastets, hottest cars, like the Porsche Carrera GT. Each one boasts its own style and performance output.And with Quick Race Mode you don’t have to wait to unlock them!
4. Retro Run: Car Racing
Take on the role of Max, the most wanted criminal who’s just bought a stolen car. Get your adrenaline going and pacity your need for speed as he sets out with his friend Afro to try this beauty and race on route 66.
5. Reckless Racing
Reckless Racing mixes old-school racing gameplay with state of the art graphics and multiplayer features to brew a manea gumbo that takes the genre to a whole other level. Perfectly balanced controls lets you skid, slip and slide through some of the most beautiful tracks ever seen on a handheld device – leaving nothing but mud-splattered opponents, skidmarks and chaos in your wake.
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