Best racing games to play on iPhone and Android smartphones

Smartphones are now getting better with new processors, GPUs, and the gaming apps that can use of these advancements. Out of these games, racing games are now taking over stores because they are free, simple and come with high-end graphics.

If you are not that much into games but you own a high-end smartphone then you should try one of these racing games listed here.

Asphalt 8: Airborne

Asphalt is the most popular game ever built for smartphones by Gameloft. Asphalt 8 will let you leave the gravity in the dust with the more than 140 official speed machines. The graphics are stunning, and the interactions between the vehicles and tracks are fully physics based. Get thrilled by racing through gravity defying more than 40 tracks.

You can also race with your friends in Wi-Fi multiplayer or Asphalt Tracker. To win more prizes, you can participate in daily events, and you can get a chance to win exclusive cars and unlock more content. Customize your ride with more than 2300 decals and take down your opponents with style.

Real Racing 3

Real Racing, three from Electronic Arts, won lots of awards for setting a new standard in smartphone racing games. This game got the best graphics ever in smartphone gaming with real looking cars and tracks. The game will let you choose from more than 100 vehicles and 17 real tracks in multiple configurations including Le Mans, Dubai, Silverstone and more.

Compete with your friends in global 8-player cross platform real time racing. Or you can drop into any race with your Time shifted multiplayer version of your buddies. You can activate your team driver to race events, collect rewards and progress your career using your Apple watch.

Need for Speed: No Limits

Need for Speed finally came back to smartphones with “No Limits.” Electronic Art develops a game for smartphones with as much as fun on console. The gameplay of this game might remind you of Need for Speed: Most Wanted with the little flat story line but whatever you will get in this game is worth it.

There are police cars, ramps and reckless opponents everywhere making the game challenging. Build your dream ride by customizing the existing ones with decals, custom paint, spoilers and more. Choose ride from the most amazing and furious cars like BMW M4, McLaren 650, Porsche 911 and more.

Need for Speed: Most Wanted

Need for Speed made a debut on smartphones with its most successful franchise; Most Wanted. Electronic Arts made it possible to track cars like SRT Viper and Porsche 911 on realistic tracks with police and rivals.

You can customize and drive from one of the 40 most amazing cars in the world. To unlock new cars, race more and earns speed points. You can not only customize your ride but also your phone with an exclusive Most Wanted live wallpaper. Login to Origin and check who’s on the top of the wanted list among your friends.

CSR Racing 2

CSR Racing 2 from the Natural Motion Games is the most popular and exciting drag racing game ever. The graphics in this game are so real that if you mirror this game on your TV, it will feel like you’re playing on a console.

The cars can be customized with the wide range of paint, rims, brake and interior trims just like a real car. You can personalize your car with paint wraps, decals and custom license plates. Challenge your friends and other racers around the world.




All of these awesome racing games are free except the “Need for Speed: Most Wanted,” which is the most awesome one. Other games need good gameplay to make them exciting, but racing games needs good graphics. If you haven’t played any of them, then it will take you a lot of time to end one and move to another, and you need a high-end processor and GPU to run these games with high graphics.

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