In living up to its standing as the Android’s best racing game series, Gameloft’s Asphalt 8: Airborne manages to extend the ideals of intense driving experiences to a higher level – the title features high speed aerial stunts.
Working on a brand new physics engine, Asphalt 8 highlights 360 degree barrel rolls and jumps that can be achieved via strategically positioned ramps, yielding to a nifty and engaging racing experience not readily found anywhere else.
Showcasing 9 tracks based in different parts of the world, Asphalt 8 maintains the “hidden shortcuts” novelty element found in previous versions of the title, successfully doing so without being too overly predictable.
Featuring automobiles like the Bugatti Veyron, the Ferrari FXX, Pagani Zonda R and Lamborghini Veneno, to say that Asphalt 8: Airborne is in tune with the times would be apt, just as its advanced utilization of shaders and real time geometry reflections defines its graphics set as breathtakingly superior.
Also designed with support for multiplayer sessions, the game can support up to eight real opponent races, and also comes with leaderboards and ranking achievements recordings that can be shared online.
Compatible with a wide selection of Android-based devices, Asphalt 8: Airborne also highlights real tracks from The Crystal Method, Mutemath and Bloc Party.
Long story short, Asphalt 8: Airborne continues to tread on the game series’ reputation for being the best Android-based racing game title available, apart from setting a new benchmark in the markers and qualifiers that define superior racing game titles from the rest.