Retro Racing

Retro Racing

100,000 - 500,000 downloads

  • Retro graphics
  • Different game modes
  • Online leaderboards and achievements (Scoreloop)
  • UI
  • Not available in some countries
  • This Lite version is too short (only 2 levels)
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Expert's Review

"Old-school racing"

Reviewed by / Nov 29, 2012

Retro Racing is an old-fashioned F1 game inspired by the classics

Retro Racing brings you back to the 80's. Pixels, exaggerated physics and simple controls. Can any brand-new racing game beat that? I'm afraid not. At least not regarding that mix of nostalgia and high-playability that makes retro games such appealing.

Be careful though: there's no correlation between simple pixelated graphics and simplistic games. Retro racing can be proud of its UI and amount of features. First off, it supports multi-language: English, French, Italian, German and Spanish so far. In addition, from Main you can access local and online leaderboards provided by Scoreloop as well as unlocked achievements.

There are two different game modes: "1 Player mode" in which you compete against 4 other CPU cars. There are 12 unlockable tracks in this mode. You have to finish 3rd or better to unlock the next track. "2 Players mode" means hot-seat mode, in other words, two players playing on the same device, screen-divided. This mode can be annoying if the screen of your device is too small. However, if you manage to play without disturbing your opponent, you will have a blast challenging each other. Bear in mind that you can only play those tracks that you unlocked first in single player mode.

Old-fashioned graphics, neat interface, different game modes and online leaderboards. All you need to get your fingers burnt.

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Developer's original description available here
Choose your car, then skid, slide, spin and drive around the track at break neck speed, collecting power-ups as you go. Master the perfect racing line, avoid other cars and cones, and speed your way to victory in this adrenaline pumping top-down racer...

From the same developer behind the classic Amiga racers, Nitro (Psygnosis) and ATR (Team17).

Just how fast can you go?


Race on 18 tracks.
Drive 6 cars, each with different performance characteristics.
Two-player split-screen head-to-head mode.
Scoreloop online leaderboards and achievements.
Silky Smooth 60FPS Action.
Awesome Gameplay.


KEYWORDS: Racing, grand, prix, race, racer, scoreloop, f1, 2d

PLEASE NOTE: You get the first 3 levels and 3 cars FREE. There is a single IAP to unlock the full game.

Recently changed in this version

Now with 18 levels!

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Comments and ratings for Retro Racing
  • (43)

    by Myron Adams on 09/05/2014

    ..., and as someone else had said, "They don't make'em like this any more". The game is as pure as it gets. I'm on my way to purchasing this gem of a game, and that's what everyone who's reading this should do too. This is the "Super Mario Bros." of top-down racing in the PlayStore . The quality is that good. Ignore any negative comments about this game. This is THE best top-down racer on th

  • (43)

    by Ciprian Sterea on 30/04/2014

    2D racing is the only racing style which actually works on a touchscreen.

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    by Ian Morrison on 17/04/2014


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    by Uriah Clavier on 12/04/2014

    It is great

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    by Chris Palmer on 22/03/2014

    Only complaint is that more tracks are needed. And maybe some longer races and some extra challenges !!

  • (43)

    by Juha Kauppinen on 22/03/2014

    Lot of ads

  • (43)

    by Stephen Foreman on 18/03/2014

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