Moto Racer 3D is a racing game developed by a company with a rather weird name called “nullapp” which published several other games such as Police Car Driver, Rally Racer 3D or Police Car Chase 3D. The game is Android exclusive meaning that it’s only available on devices that run with Android. The version required is at least 2.3.3. The game has a rating of 3.7 out of 5 on Google Play and it has been downloaded for more than 10 million times.
In Moto Racer 3D you take the role of a biker who according to the game’s description is required to drive the fastest motor bikes in traffic and try to become the best biker in the world. The game is basically an endless run that promises a lot but unfortunately offers too little starting from incredible visuals and ending with amazing steering controls.
Moto Racer 3D doesn’t require a mandatory sign-up and there is no possibility of signing-in with an existent account or a social account. This means that if you change your device or for some reason you uninstall and then reinstall the game, you have to start all over again with it. However, you can check the developers Facebook page or YouTube page but I am not really sure of the purpose. It’s something I suppose.
For those that like to pay real money to show their support to the developers and to be rewarded with premium items or exclusive content, I come with bad news. Moto Racer 3D doesn’t have any microtranscations even though it has a currency. You can collect coins only by playing the game and exchange them for different motorbikes but you can’t purchase them with real money. Also, the game is full of ads and unfortunately you can’t pay to remove them so you must get used to play with them popping up on your screen from time to time.
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Cheats & Tips for Moto Racer 3D
- You only have to be sure that you don’t hit anything. Touching a car, a wall or a traffic cone will result in an explosion that will kill you. I am dead serious.
- Don’t worry about the speed limit. The police cars from the game are only traffic.
- The brake doesn’t work very well so make sure you use it early. It gives the game a dose of realism but it should be more responsive in my opinion.
- The gas pedal can’t be used for a constant speed. If it’s continuously pressed it will eventually get you to max speed, if you don’t touch it, your speed will slowly but steady decrease to 0. You must oscillate between speeds.
- The cars from the traffic are driving with the same speed. Once you will get used to them, you can pass between them with no problem at all.
- Pay attention to the traffic signs that are scattered on the road’s margins. They tend to appear really often when you are driving on those margins.
- Getting a new bike is purely esthetic. You don’t have any upgrades or improvements on them. However, the only way to spend your money is on them so go for it.
Moto Racer 3D Review
Like always, I am very enthusiastic when I need to review a motorbike game because I personally love them. I haven’t played a great motorbike title for a long time and I always hope that “this is the one”. However, Moto Racer 3D most certainly isn’t the one. The game is bad implemented, has old graphics and it looks like many other titles on the market. I was disappointed once again.
One of the biggest challenge about Moto Racer 3D is to come up with a list of things I like about the game. It was hard, believe me. Firstly, I think that what saves the game from a more abysmal rating is the fact that at least it lets you choose how to steer – tilting or buttons. As a fun fact, this is the only feature available in the Options menu. I don’t really understand why they bothered with an options menu. Secondly, I can say that I like the fact that you can basically choose your difficulty by selecting if you want only one-way traffic or not.
By introducing this option you can assure that the game can be interesting for both casual and hardcore fans. I really like the idea – discreetly changing the difficulty – too bad that’s implemented in Moto Racer 3D. Thirdly and lastly, I like the fact that the game doesn’t make a difference between people who like to pay real money to get access to things faster and those who don’t. You can only buy 3 different motorbikes, that’s true, but you can always add a small microtranscation for coins and the developers choose not to. I respect that, everybody has to work for the new bike. I am curious if there is anyone who had the patience to do it.
On the other hand, talking about things I don’t like about Moto Racer 3D is very easy but I will try to focus on the stuff I think it’s more important. The game really needs an almost complete rework so it can compete with its main “rivals” on the market. Besides the graphic and sound upgrades that are mandatory, Moto Racer 3D also requires additional content such as leaderboards, challenges or even multiplayer and motorbikes tuning (nothing too fancy, a bit of parts improvement). Moreover, the game currently lacks an atmosphere so the developers should think of creating a shallow but believable story or create the illusion of a character progress for the player to see. By doing so, Moto Racer 3D may get a lot of points in the addictiveness “department”. Lastly but not least, the game should become “social friendly”. Allow the player to link his Facebook, Google+ or Twitter account and be rewarded for those things and adding a daily reward and having a support team that will help the players with their problems. All of these things I mentioned are not present in Moto Racer 3D and having them will make the game playable.
Overall, Moto Racer 3D is a game I wouldn’t recommend no matter what. It doesn’t offer anything special and you can find almost all its features, much better implemented, in many other titles. However, you can install the game and see it for yourself.
Artwork: Moto Racer 3D gets a rating of 5 out of 10 for its artwork. I don’t want to brag but I have a little graphic design background and I can safely say that the graphics and the artwork of this game can be easily done by a beginner. The only thing 3D about the game is the motorbikes design and it’s not that great either. The animations are a joke and can be done in 20 minutes in any computer science school. The environment is bad designed and painted and the theme is too childish. I am really trying to think about anything I like about the game’s artwork but nothing comes to my mind.
Music & SFX: I give the game a rating of 5 out of 10 at this section. After previously reviewing several games with motorbikes I was looking forward for Moto Racer 3D’s soundtrack because the previous titles surprised me in a pleasant way. However, I stand disappointed because I can’t even review the quality of this game’s music. If you are wondering why, well, it’s because Moto Racer 3D has no music whatsoever. The game does have a few sound effects but they are going with the flow – they feel unnatural and outdated. My high hopes were torn apart, that’s too bad.
Story/Originality: Moto Racer 3D gets a rating of 5 out of 10 at this segment. If you taught that maybe the game with lousy artwork and barely some sound effects would surprise with its never seen authenticity and a fabulous story, you were wrong. Racing games usually don’t have any background story and Moto Racer 3D is no exception even though that might have helped. In terms of originality, the game is very similar with a lot others from the market. There is no extra content available and it doesn’t bring anything new to the gameplay. It doesn’t matter who copied who, Moto Racer 3D is anything but authentic.
General Gameplay: I give the game a rating of 6 out of 10 for its gameplay. You are faced with a pretty straight forward gameplay and probably that’s the only good thing about Moto Racer 3D. I already mentioned the fact that the game lets you choose how you steer and if you want incoming traffic from both sides. Other than that, there is nothing special about it. You eventually unlock different bikes but to be honest the first free one looks the best. Like in any section so far, I expected much more from the game. For the time I’ve played I haven’t encountered any major bugs, freezes or crashes. However, after the ads finish, Moto Racer 3D seems to be unresponsive for a few seconds.
Addictiveness: Moto Racer 3D gets a rating of 4 out of 10 at this section. The game doesn’t have any extra content besides choosing 1 of 4 rather expensive very similar bikes. You don’t have objectives, you don’t have achievements and you don’t have any daily rewards. It will be futile to point out that the game doesn’t have any multiplayer implementation because as I previously said, it doesn’t even require Google Play Services. There is literally no reason to keep playing the game after you tested it and I am disappointed to say that Moto Racer 3D is one of the most quickly uninstalled games from my library. There are too many better titles.
Overall, Moto Racer 3D gets a rating of 5 out of 10. There is nothing else to say about it, the rating reflects a sad reality. Maybe a new Moto Racer 3D will be better.
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