Many people complain that iPhones lack diversity when it comes to racing games. Sit back, relax, and check out the following top picks that take racing games to a whole new level. And of course, they’re all games you can play on an iPhone.
SBK16 Official Mobile Game
SBK16 gives you an opportunity to participate in top-level Superbike races. The game offers you arcade-style races, custom races, themed races, and an impressive roster of bikes you can ride.
The graphics of this game are not cutting-edge, but they still look very good by today’s standards.
Bike Race: Free Style Games
This motorbike racing game takes a different approach to the user experience and gameplay. Instead of racing on traditional asphalt tracks, this game makes you jump through hoops, loops, and other impressively creative tracks and obstacles.
You can challenge other players, explore hundreds of tracks, enjoy racing from a simple control interface, and even create your own tracks. The game has been translated into multiple languages and has both free and paid versions.
Trial Xtreme 4
Trial Xtreme 4 can be one of the most difficult games you’ll ever play on an iPhone. It’s challenging, demanding, but also tons of fun. It has high-end graphics and highly detailed 3D courses. You can also customize your rider, participate in duels, or explore the various levels in single player mode.
Trial-type motorcycle games have been around for years. Trial Xtreme 4 continues the tradition of this smash hit series, but also offers the next-gen graphics. Be ready to free up over 800MB of space on your phone.
You can leave it to Ubisoft to make something exciting for every platform. With its cool graphics, detailed backgrounds, interesting storylines, and friendly competition, Trials Frontier is a highly addictive mobile game.
It features a physics-based gameplay, similar to most trials-style games. At the same time, it has an almost RPG-like quality to it, with its vast world map that you can explore and its customizable riders and bikes.
Mad Skills Motorcross 2
This is a side-scrolling racing game with a fine-tuned physics-based gameplay. One of the coolest features is the unlimited playtime and minimal queue waiting times. On top of that, you can compete in various competitions against other players.
As is the trend with most similar racing games, Mad Skills Motorcross 2 also offers customizable riders and bikes, as well as a career track mode. The game may be basic, but the gameplay is rich and the social aspect is also quite cool whether you keep your interactions local or international.
Death Moto 3
A combination of the classic Death Race, extreme motorcycle racing, NFS, and many other games, Death Moto 3 is the ultimate fighting game on two wheels which you can play on your iPhone. The game features multiple modes, realistic sounds, flashy graphics, and smooth controls.
Death Moto 3 also has some ride customization options, multiple weapons, and many other collectables that make it easy for the user to personalize its experience. It’s also under 100MB which is even more impressive.
This is the latest installment in the official MogoGP series. The graphics are very good for smartphone standards and the ride controls are very realistic. If you’re looking for a challenge in terms of timing and bike and track knowledge, the MotoGP 2019 season may be the game for you.
You can choose your favorite rider, customize your bike, earn new bikes, challenge other players, and immerse yourself into the MotoGP 2019 season. Even more impressive than the gameplay is that you get the full rider list, official sponsors, and real-world tracks.
Another interesting game is Traffic Rider. Unlike most motorcycle games, this one puts you in the first-person perspective. It’s very realistic from the control standpoint and the recorded sounds make the experience even more immersive.
The game offers arcade-style racing, customizable bikes, day/night racing, a career mode, and numerous achievements. You can drive safe or freestyle or do both in order to get a higher score. You can also climb the leaderboards and spend cash to buy in-game upgrades.
Urban Trial Freestyle
Urban Trial Freestyle is a challenging game that’s easy to get into but hard to master. It’s sometimes reminiscent of earlier Trial Fusion games with exaggerated physics. If you’re looking for fun and not realism, this game will keep you occupied.
The graphics are surprisingly realistic and it’s fun to see a whole city as your background and playground. The game features multiple gameplay modes, as well as a track editor. Unlike other games on this list, Urban Trial Freestyle is not free to play.
Mountain Motor-Cross Bike Sim
Timed levels, realistic game sounds, tilt steering, simulator-like controls, and smooth bike handling, are just some of the cool features this game has to offer. It’s one of the most popular3D racing games you’ll find on the App Store.
If you’re interested in heavy off-road action and stunt racing on two wheels, this free game may keep you occupied for hours on end. You’ll need iOS 8.0 or later to run it and 223.2MB of free memory.
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Yes, there’s plenty of diversity on the Android platform, but iOS motorcycle games are catching up, both in terms of realistic controls and graphics. Which of these games did already eat up most of your lunch break? Do you know of other older, current, or upcoming games that deserve a shoutout? Leave us your thoughts in the comments section below.