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What’s kind of great about Light Racer 3D is that you can choose to play with living, breathing human beings or with a computer opponent. There’s also the option bringing a bunch of friends together in multi-player mode. The only foreseeable issue with the multiplayer option, though, is that if you’re blindly going in looking for a quick group game to jump into, there’s no guarantee you’ll be able to get one started. The community for this particular game is still fairly small.
This game quickly becomes more challenging and fast-paced as time in the game progresses, which, in my opinion, is what makes this so addicting. The more you’re blown into a million pieces, the more you want to hop back onto your bike and try again.
Light Racer 3D also stays interesting because there are so many different gameplay options, both in standard modes (“Solo Campaign” and “Speed Trials”) and fun modes (“Classic vs. CPU” and “Custom Game”), all of which come with various levels of difficulty.
This is a well-made app. They physics of the game seems to match up with the reality of gameplay, and I never experienced an instance where the game twitched. The 3D graphics aren’t the best I’ve ever seen, but they are very easy on the eyes.
If you’re a fan of racing games, especially ones with a unique twist, your collection won’t be complete without Light Racer 3D.