There is no shortage of racing games for Android. In fact, that's one of the most popular game categories in the Google Play store and a lot of great titles are featured there. However, finding the ones that are really worth trying can be difficult, which is why we picked a list of 10 great racing games for Android, just for you. Whether you're looking for something casual to unwind with, or a challenging, realistic racing game, chances are you'll find something suitable in our selection below. Also, don't forget to check out our previous selection of Android racing games
and our list of casual racing games for Android
10 Android racing games
10 Android racing games
Yup, it is a steampunk-themed racing game! The action is set in a fictional world where your goal is to outpace your opponents by any means necessary. In other words, playing fair isn't a must. There are weapons that you can equip your vehicle with and abilities to use against your opponents. There are 15 tracks and 10 cars total in this game.
Here is a fun casual racing game with short, but tricky tracks and challenging opponents. You'll be collecting money as you progress, which can later be used for purchasing new cars or car upgrades. The game supports multiplayer over Wi-Fi.
In case you still have not tried Real Racing 3, then you totally should. It is one of the most popular racing games available on the platform, with great graphics and realistic physics. The game contains dozens of cars to pick from, including models by Porsche, Lamborghini, Dodge, Bugatti and Audi.
This is a port of the famous PC racing game released back in the late '90s. In case you've never played it, Revolt features a wide selection of radio-controlled cars that you race across a number of challenging courses. Power-ups of all kinds are scattered throughout the levels, available for pick up by both the player and their opponents.
Price: $4.99 (Free version available)
Pocket rally is a realistic and fun racing game with detailed, challenging tracks. You'll be driving on tarmac, gravel and grass – all surfaces offering varying level of grip. Additional cars and tracks will be unlocked as you progress.
Price: $0.99 (Free version available)
When was the last time you played a racing game with dirt bikes? Well, here's a good one, in case you're interested. 2XL Supercross offers pretty graphics and realistic physics effects that make the gameplay more challenging.
Here's a drag racing game for you to try. There are no tricky turns in CSR racing – only a straight strip of tarmac to test your timing and reactions on. Cars can be upgraded with new tires, better engine parts, and nitro kits for a temporary boost. Official cars are available in the game, including top models from Nissan, Mercedes, BMW, and more.
Here's a racing game that kids are surely going to love. The controls in Tiki Kart 3D are simple to get used to, and the bonuses scattered around the track make the game even more fun. There is a total of 8 karts and 15 tracks to pick from.
Here's another cartoonish racing game that doesn't really require that much skill and precision to be enjoyed. There are 6 unique cars to pick from and several modes, including a battle mode where you're allowed to use weapons against your opponents.
Price: $1.99 (Free version available)
Since you're likely to never have the chance to drive a Formula 1 car, you might at least get behind the wheel of a virtual one. Racing Legends is a racing game featuring Formula 1 cars from the past five decades. It is fun, challenging, with easy-to-learn controls.