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The Tuesday Best of - Stunt racing games

By , on October 3, 2017
Last modified 2 weeks, 6 days ago

It's October 3rd. There seem to be a lot of people posting a picture to that effect around the internet, so I figured I'd jump in on the action like the content legend that I am. It's also Tuesday, and we all know what that means around these parts.

That's right, it means it's time for another instalment of the Tuesday best-of, everyone's favourite post where I round up the best games in a specific mobile genre. And today is going to be no different. Today we're going to look at the best stunt car games on iOS.

It's mainly to celebrate the fact that REKT came out this week, and I really really like REKT. As you'll be able to tell if you read the next paragraph. Anyway, click the emboldened names of the games below to download them, and add your own suggestions in the comments at the bottom of the article.

REKT

A ridiculous mash-up of a skateboarding game, Rocket League, and a bunch of other ideas. It's all about pulling off trips on giant ramps, comboing together chains of flips and spins, and completing the challenges the game throws at you. And it's an awful lot of big-grin arcade fun.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here

Jet Car Stunts 2

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With a name like that there was very little chance that this game wasn't going to be on this here list. This one's far less immediate than REKT, but it pushes you to try and perfect your skills. It's deep, it's complex, and it proves that driving around loops is actually an incredibly difficult thing to be able to pull off.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here

MAXIMUM CAR

If this list has taught us anything, it's that stunt car games like to capitalise their names. This one's the simplest of the bunch. It's more of a straightforward racer than the others, but there's still a lot of nonsense, and a focus on smashing cars and firing rockets. I'm pretty sure that both of those things will fail you your driving test.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here


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