Reckless Racing 3 Review (Samsung Galaxy Alpha): Pure Redneck Fun, Drifting and 3D Graphics (Video)

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  • 19 Nov 2014
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  • Reckless Racing is a series of fun games, involving an unusual camera angle applied to short span racing. The action is shown from the top and the cars are wacky ones, including trucks (big and small) and all sorts of buggies racing together. The tradition is kept in Reckless Racing 3, that takes the action to new terrain and we played it on the Samsung Galaxy Alpha.

    The game costs $3 and we’ve got a lot of dirt racing, very good graphics and Reckless Racing 3 also brings 60 events and 9 seasons to play with. The Arcade Mode offers 24 challenges and the Campaign one is varied, including 3 Challenges: Drift, Gymkhana and regular racing. Gymkhana is a new word I’ve learned, that refers to racing around a track, while trying to hit as few obstacles as possible. There’s complex graphics available, good physics and destructible environments.

    You can slip on liquids, fall into the water, get thrown off the track and the AI gets quite aggressive as you race. By the way, the game has a dynamic difficulty setting, so it changes the challenge as you start to play better, making things harder for you. If it notices you get stuck often, then it becomes easier. We’ve got 36 routes here, in 6 environments, 28 cars and trucks to play with, all of them customizable (rims, primary and secondary paint).

    Controls are relatively tough, but you’ll get used to them, since they’re well spaced on the screen. You can crash into opponents and use a special button to reset your path, if need be. The only bad aspect of this game is the lack of multiplayer here. We’ll give this game a 9 out of 10, because it’s very fun and you can download it here on the Play Store.

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