Apr 1, 2011
Most racing games task the player with guiding their car (or whatever it is you’re racing) through a twisting and turning track. Neon Racer changes the formula a bit; your finger is the “car” and once you touch the screen, the track starts zipping by. Is this unique gameplay mechanic enough to merit a purchase, or should you drive right past this game? Read on to find out.
The core gameplay mechanic is just the basic building block that Neon Racer uses to create a unique gaming experience. Throw in tracks that require you to lift your finger to “hop” over obstacles, and walls that cause instant death when you hit them, and you have a recipe for a one-of-a-kind Android gaming experience.