Volkswagen Race Anywhere
by: Volkswagen AG • 246
Made for the absolute Volkswagen or rally racing fan, Volkswagen Race Anywhere gives you a VW Polo and 2 other cars to start rally racing in the obstacle course of your choosing. What makes this game truly unique is the ability to make tracks based on the photo of your choosing. Before racing and making your own tracks, you can also refine your skills in one of the 4 obstacle courses provided by the developer. Tracks can contain one of 4 different surfaces: asphalt,
Volkswagen Race Anywhere provides fun gameplay. You can also share your best times with your friends on Facebook and see if they can beat them. The interface is quite intuitive and makes for fun racing. There are also no ads.
Volkswagen Race Anywhere does feature poor controls, which should be able to be refined.
Mar 11, 2016
Now it's your turn: With RACE ANYWHERE you create your very own rally tracks from your favorite photos and challenge friends to compete against your best time.
Take a photo and use your finger to draw your very own rally course. Choose a track surface and one of three Volkswagen Polos – and the race can begin! Show your gaming skills and take on your friends' best times.
• Choose between three cars (Polo R WRC, Polo GTI, Polo) with noticeably different handling
• Take a photo or select your favorite photo from the gallery and use it as the track scenery
• Draw a challenging circuit on your photo
• Choose between four different track surfaces (asphalt, gravel, mud or snow), which affect the vehicle's handling
• Grab all the speed boosts and drift skillfully into corners to set a new best time
• Share the track you created on Facebook and challenge your friends to beat your best time
RACE ANYWHERE – your course, your best time, your fun!
by Francesco Bruni
Jun 11, 2016 | "Good"
Nice but it would be much much better if it had a wider selection of cars..
by Marcus Burgess
Jan 29, 2016 | "Good"
Controls are pretty poor and there isnt much game but its free so and a wrc game so you cant fault it
by Umair Asghar
Jan 29, 2016 | "Awesome"