• Publisher: Kyle White
  • Genre: Racing
  • Device: Universal
  • Size: 110.7 MB
  • Version: 1.0.2
  • Price: $0.99
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App description: Hyper Race is a must have app for all casual and serious gamers alike. It features exhilarating speeds, mind blowing graphics, and a rare balance of fun and challenge factor that will keep you coming back for more. Try to keep up with the fastest jet cars in the galaxy. Each consecutive lap ups the speed, and the thrill!

Take your pick from six uniquely crafted cars for you to pilot across six tracks set in orbital planetary environments. Watch out for jumps and try your best to hit every speed boost for speeds upwards of 800MPH. Do remember to stay on the track, though!

The game features an efficient, advanced 3D engine with advanced shading effects that brings out the most of the latest mobile hardware, while breathing new life into older.

With some of the most advanced driving assists, you will be able to play this game at any level. Separate braking assistance and turn assistance tuning allows you to customize the feel of the ride. The assistance methods do not get in the way of skillful driving, and will learn and adjust to your input. Tilt and touch steer methods are available to choose from.

Modes of gameplay:

Single Race
Pick any of the 6 tracks for a single race. Touch to add or remove any number of cars to race against.

Hyper Trial
Compete for the best times on both your device and globally in a 6 lap race. Want to know the secrets of the top players? Then, you can view their replays and even race against their car as a ghost. This mode of gameplay is the fastest of all, and will thrill even the most experienced player when the competition is global.

Tournament
Unlock the fastest car in the game by completing this series of 6 races across multiple planets in the solar system. Start at the moon, and try to rack up as many tournament points as possible all the way to Pluto, where the winner will be decided.

Multiplayer
This mode of gameplay is more cooperative than it is competitive amongst you and a friend. That is because while you race with your friend, you are both combining an average time for a global ranking. Replays of other duos can be viewed in this mode and shared on both players screens at once. Only if both players are at their best can they rank the highest.

At 99 cents, this introductory offer will quickly be gone!
12-18-2013, 04:50 PM
#3
Looks pretty interesting, would be interested in knowing what the control options are.
12-18-2013, 05:04 PM
#4
Joined: Mar 2010
Location: Sweden
Posts: 1,330
Looks like fun. Bought! Really slow download now though, so can't check out the control options yet.

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12-18-2013, 05:28 PM
#5
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Hmm... the Bearded One starts a thread, second post by Gabrien .... my interest is piqued.

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12-18-2013, 05:29 PM
#6
Joined: Mar 2010
Location: Sweden
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Ok so there are both tilt and touch steering (a left/right slider), steering and braking assists if needed. It seems like a solid fun racer, the problem is that you can't actually see what's a head of you, the circuits are blacked out. Only a small-ish area around your ship is illuminated, and this game gets faster each lap, really fast. Which isn't a good thing in this case. I hope an update will shed some light on this one.

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12-18-2013, 06:41 PM
#7
Co-op multiplayer in a racing game? Intrigued.
12-18-2013, 07:12 PM
#8
Quote:
Originally Posted by chris1a View Post
Ok so there are both tilt and touch steering (a left/right slider), steering and braking assists if needed. It seems like a solid fun racer, the problem is that you can't actually see what's a head of you, the circuits are blacked out. Only a small-ish area around your ship is illuminated, and this game gets faster each lap, really fast. Which isn't a good thing in this case. I hope an update will shed some light on this one.
Appears to be a device-specific issue. The track is actually lit up on my iPad 2. As for the game: a lot of potential with some odd minor issues.
12-18-2013, 07:19 PM
#9
The futuristic drifting and twisting tracks looks cool, but after Repulze....
How does this compare?
12-18-2013, 08:58 PM
#10
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bronxsta View Post
The futuristic drifting and twisting tracks looks cool, but after Repulze....
How does this compare?
Repulze is soooooo good. Watched the video....doesn't seem nearly as cool or varied. I like the sense of speed but it just seems like the angle is terrible.

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