There is no doubt that racing games are one of the most popular genres for mobile devices. The Android platform has a surprising amount of high-quality racing games, from arcade titles that ignore all physics laws, to realistic simulations. These projects stretch every ounce of iron to its limits, making them among the most visually appealing mobile games on the market. Among the best Android racing games, we compiled a list covering a variety of racing subgenres.

Asphalt 9: Legends 

Clearly, Asphalt 9 shows how far mobile devices have progressed in terms of hardware. There aren’t many Android games that are as graphically advanced as Asphalt. As for the driving experience, there is no hint of realism here, since the developers created a visual show. In the oncoming lane, if you hit a car at full speed, it will only marginally affect your speed.

Due to the variety of tracks and cars in Asphalt 9, the game does not get boring for a long time despite the simple driving mechanics. Although the store’s prices aren’t modest, obtaining the desired car will require a lot of grinding and spending real money.

GRID Autosport

GRID Autosport was originally released on consoles, and in 2020 migrated to mobile devices. It allows you to play a race created according to all the canons of the genre for a console audience. You put your bumper on another car, and it really feels like a collision. Cars feel the weight, and even a slight turn of the steering wheel triggers an immediate response.

GRID Autosport was created for fans of more realistic racing, and the developers managed to keep the feeling of real driving on Android. The visual component did not disappoint either. GRID Autosport is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful games for android devices.

Motorsport Manager Mobile 3

In MMM3, you will have to establish schemes for the supply of parts; develop relationships between drivers and mechanics, tune cars for future victories, and so on. In order for your team’s car to cross the finish line first, there are many factors to balance, including accepting the best possible sponsorship offers.

The third installment of Motorsport Manager Mobile has noticeably improved in terms of presentation compared to previous titles in the series. It is a real high-budget project that deserves a place in the ranking of the best games for Android.

Madalin Stunt Cars 2

While in most racing games we have to race cars on wide and beautiful tracks, in Madalin Stunt Cars 2, we play in open-world. In this game, we drive numerous fast cars. A big plus of the game is good responsive control, which allows you to dashingly avoid a collision at the last moment. Plus, the control scheme can be customized.

Madalin Stunt Cars 2 has both a single-player and an online multiplayer mode, which allows you to run over large maps. In terms of graphics, the game has aged noticeably, but in some places, it still looks very good, especially when it comes to models of cars.

Mario kart tour

Mario Kart Tour is nothing more than a version of the “full size” Mario Kart adapted for mobile devices. The car moves forward automatically and its movements to the left and to the right are controlled by a touchscreen, plus it is possible to activate acceleration. You shouldn’t expect any gameplay subtleties and difficulties here, but the controls are extremely intuitive and you won’t have to adapt to it. The game performs best in multiplayer mode. Up to 7 players can race at the same time, while you can set your own rules for the race.

Real Racing 3

Simulator racing is a rarity, especially on Android, so the Real Racing series definitely deserves a place on our list. Real Racing 3 is without a doubt the most practical racing game you can play with a touchscreen. The tracks to be driven are copied from the real ones. The physics of machines are as close to reality as modern mobile devices allow. The varied content in the game is over the roof.

One-on-one races, drag racing, championships and hundreds of racing events will captivate any fan of high speeds for a long time. In graphic terms, Real Racing 3 also does not lag behind the top projects of its genre, and pixels were not spared on realistic car models. Despite the fact that it’s free to start playing, Real Racing 3 constantly begs to pay for something. It’s annoying, but this title is worth paying for.