Best free racing games on Android (December 2017)

By Team Digit | Updated 13 Dec 2017
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Racing games are incredibly fun, particularly during long commutes. The simulation of racing through highways in supercars and high octane bikes, or sometimes even in less conventional wooden carts and scooters, can be thoroughly enjoyable when you play these games. This month, we look back at some of our all-time favourite racing games on Android, and even a few new ones. These are all available for free, available for you to download and enjoy any time, anywhere.

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Bike Attack Race : Stunt Rider

If you remember Road Rash and are looking for a similar experience on your Android smartphone then Bike Attack Race is the one for you. The game is an endless racing game where your objective is simple - take down your opponents!

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Racing in Car

If you are looking for a realistic racing simulator then you need not look beyond Racing in Car. The game offers players a cockpit view through this endless traffic journey. The game also boasts of realistic environments.

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Traffic Rider (Free)

A lesser known game, Traffic Rider is a thoroughly enjoyable, easy-to-play racing game, ideal for whiling away time. Switch to the endless mode, grab a good bike and hit the road on a quest that can last incredibly long, if you are good enough. Give it a go, we say!

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Racing on Bike Free

If you are looking for a modern equivalent to Excite Bike then you should check out Racing on Bike. The game boasts of a dangerous hilly environment, a number of bikes to choose from and impressive graphics. 

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Asphalt 8: Airborne (Free)

If Real Racing 3 attempts to please purists, Asphalt 8 is for the adrenaline junkies. Gameloft’s racing game leaves behind any semblance of realism and instead opts for over the top races fueled by nitro boosts, jumps, crashes and explosive visuals.

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Real Racing 3 (Free)

It’s crystal clear that Real Racing 3 is one of the most high quality and well-designed games for mobile. One of the best things about the game is that even though it features an exhaustive micropayments system, it still manages to offer a whole lot of free gameplay that focus on a ton of real world cars and a bunch of decently designed racing tracks.

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CSR Racing Classics (Free)

While the original CSR Racing game is more popular, the Classics sequel is a better game in every possible way. The drag racing oriented gameplay is much more refined, the difficulty curve is fairer and you get to race some of the most badass cars from history.

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Need For Speed: No Limits (Free)

Need for Speed, the game which has been synonymous with the racing game genre on both PC and consoles is also available for your mobile device in a simpler avatar. Need For Speed: No Limits is a graphic intensive racing title from publisher EA games offering extremely fun but short races. So, press the nitro, blast through the streets and win races.

 

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Pako-car Chase simulator (Free)

If you think racing games are too easy, try your hands as Pako-car chase simulator. In this over the head car chase game you have to keep your mind cool and try to find the best way possible to evade cops in a closed area. Best of luck!

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SBK 15 (Free)

The official game of the Superbike World Championships, SBK 15 doesn’t disappoint with its realistic visuals, roster of real racing legends, authentic bikes and accurate tracks. The game may be slightly difficult to learn but once you do that, it is sure to satisfy.

 

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Trials Frontier (Free)

So far, we’ve seen sports cars, beach buggies and go karts, so let’s move ahead to dirt bikes now, shall we? In Ubisoft’s game you can perform stunts with your bike and try to beat your friends’ scores and also use cash to upgrade and buy new bikes.

 

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Hot Wheels: Race Off

The popular Hot Wheel cars are brought to life in this game. You get to ride 25+ cars in more than 50+ race tracks which defy the laws of gravity. Besides that, you can challenge your friend in competitive multiplayer mode.

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CarX drift Racing (Free)

If you think, drift racing is the coolest race there is, then CarX drift Racing is the game for you. So, choose from a range of powerful cars and get started. So, what are you waiting for, get the game and burn some rubber. 

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Angry Birds Go! (Free)

Even though Nintendo is now making Android games, it will still take some time before it brings Mario Kart to the mobile. Till then you can race your favourite Angry Birds or greedy pigs on go karts through multiple tracks and modes.

 

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City Racing 3D

If you are looking for a racing game to play with friends over Wi-Fi then you should check out City Racing 3D. The game boasts of 3D car models, leaderboards, numerous race modes like career, elimination tournament, 1 Vs 1, time trial and more.

 

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Crazy for Speed
If you are looking for the most dangerous real road from all over the world in an Android racing game, the you need to try Crazy for Speed. The game boasts of realistic graphics, physics and sound effect, plenty of sports cars and off-road tracks and more. The game has impressive graphics too.

 

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Drag Racing

Drag Racing is the classic nitro fuelled racing game for Android. Gamers can Tune, Upgrade and Customize 50+ real licensed cars from the world’s hottest car manufacturers. Players can also challenge other players online in 1 on 1 races, or participate in real-time 10-player races in Pro League. 

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Horizon Chase - World Tour

If you are looking for an old school 16 –bit racer, then you may want to check out Horizon Chase - World Tour. The game gives you access to 16 unlockable cars, 9 cups, 36 cities, across 82 tracks.

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Moto X3M Bike Race Game

Moto X3M is an off-roading 2D bike racing game with 100 challenging levels and a lot of cool unlockable bikes. As you can see from the image, Ghost Rider is in the game too.

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