Welcome to our Table Top Racing: World Tour review. An enhanced edition of the original Table Rop Racing, this new revved up edition of the game has finally made its way to Android and iOS devices.
- Table Top Racing: World Tour – Nitro Edition
- Platforms: Android, iOS, PC, Nintendo Switch
- Reviewed On: Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus (Android 10)
- Developer: Playrise Digital Ltd
- Publisher: Playrise Digital Ltd
- Multiplayer: 2 Player Splitscreen And 8 Player Online
- Available: January 10th, 2020
- Price: £4.99 (U.K)
- Age Rating: PEGI 3 (UK/EU)
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Having last played Table Top Racing: World Tour on PS4 a few years ago and coming away quite impressed, I was thrilled to learn of its arrival on mobile devices and in all honesty that feeling was justified, especially considering just how much this looks and plays like the console version, heck you can even use a Dualshock 4 to play it on your phone.
If you’ve ever played it on a console before, you’ll know what to expect right away. A wide range of different race types across a wide range of tabletop settings as you race miniature-sized Micro Machine style vehicles. It’s just as crazy and fun as it sounds really.
Whilst consoles are obviously far more superior to mobile phones when it comes to the general experience, I have to say that I have found it to be just as much fun on my phone as I originally did a few years ago on my PS4.
Everything looks so crisp and clear on my Galaxy S10 Plus display including the gameplay itself with no noticeable lag or performance-related issues. Since this is the world of Android and all phones are different it’s no easy to say if this game would work well on a phone with lower specifications but top-end phones should definitely have no problem handling it.
Admittedly the only real thing wrong with the mobile version compared to the console version is the controls when using the touchscreen. When using the touchscreen the cars automatically accelerate leaving you in charge of steering using edges of the display which is quite a pain to get the hang of. Using a Dualshock 4 offers a much better experience and allows you to control the acceleration as well as steering and other things.
Table Top Racing features several different race modes from standard racing to time trials and even drifting, this game has events for all race fans.
The difficulty is set to get hard as you progress, although making the game a bit easier is simply a case of buying a new vehicle or modifying an existing one with various upgrades designed to alter the handling, acceleration, and overall speed. New vehicles and upgrades can be purchased using coins earned from taking part in events.
Table Top Racing: World Tour is by no doubt a really fun game that will give on the go gamers a bit of action-packed racing to help during those long boring commutes to work or for those times where they can’t be bothered turning their console on.
That concludes our Table Top Racing: World Tour review. To Purchase the game on your Android or iOS device check out the links below.