- Mobiles are getting more powerful and sophisticated, and so are the games you can play on them.
No more Tetris or Space Invaders. Soon even old shooters Doom will seem outdated, as phones are able to handle better graphics and bigger levels.
Here are some games we reckon are worth a look. You can download them from your mobile provider if available.
Pro Bike Racing
If you've ever felt the need to hurtle round a track at speeds around 200km/h while on your mobile phone, then Pro Bike Racing could be the title for you.
While the controls seem too awkward to begin with, they eventually become easier to use, and are kept at a very user-friendly level. Combine this with the racing line provided on the two lower levels and in no time you'll be speeding around the track in both single-player and championship mode, with both modes allowing you to unlock more tracks, bikes and riders.
The graphics and overall package are a little basic for the mobile gaming genre, especially for a Gameloft title. This isn't a true 3D game and the tracks may have plenty of bends but they are all flat. That being said, all the animations are rather clean and it keeps in line with the tone of the game by keeping it simple and fun to play.
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