Rebel Racing, as the name suggests, is a racing game developed by Hutch Games. Hutch Games have released many compelling titles over time, a few of them being Hot Wheels, Race Off, MMX Hill Dash, F1 Manager, and many more. This, I believe, is an excellent addition to the games lineup it already has and is a disappointment in no way. I am delighted with what they have put out this time, and let’s discuss why.
The game is really impressive for how much space it takes up. Obviously, it can in no way compete with Triple-A titles out there like Asphalt or Real racing, but for sub 500mb, it is awe-inspiring and will work flawlessly with lower capability devices.
The designs, graphics, and models of the cars are something that will immediately gain the attention of players since it is done so well. It is seen that the developers have put a lot of time and effort into building the game what it is.
One of the main features this game has that much other racing gaming leaves out to cut costs is the usage of Real-World licensed cars for racing. Just the fact that you are collecting real models of cars and riding them makes the gaming experience very satisfying. I can see Gear heads loving this game ass, so many elements are car specific.
Cars also have a decent amount of customizability, which is fun to work around with. The side elements of the game are also surprisingly great; the racing maps are well structured, the music is engaging, the background is neat, and an overall solid game.
A few downsides of the game is the very evident energy-based gameplay, which is a bummer since you can only play eight races at a stretch, and then have to wait or pay. But it is not that bad if you are a casual gamer and want to play only a couple of races per day. Since there is no definite storyline having continuity is not compulsory, but would have been really appreciated if the game had removed that limitation.
The game also lacks an overall fluidity, and it feels that the game stutters at many points. It could just be a performance issue that will be improved over the updates. Only time will tell.
The side elements of the game are also surprisingly great; the racing maps are well structured, the music is engaging, the background is neat, and an overall solid game. Rebel Racing is available to download on both Google Play Store and iOS App Store.