Are you a fan of Mario and love a racing game? If yes, then Mario Kart Tour Game is the best game for you.
The game gives you an outstanding racing game experience. It is a fourteen franchise of Mario Kart Series. This game is developed and published by Nintendo for iOS and Android devices. With an awesome game, this game was finally released on September 25, 2019, to both platforms Apple App Store and Google Play Store. You can play as a single-player mode as well as multiplayer mode.
Is it worth to play?
Mario Kart it feels like Mario karts and hair could even be masses. Old tracks were introducing a few new ones of its own just like a mainline Mario Kart and it looks really good some tracks like Dayz Hills have never been an HD before. And they’re pretty outstanding to drive through there are even characters like Pauline making their Mario Kart debut Mario Kart or seems like an ambitious mainline entry with way more than you would expect from a free-to-play mobile game.
So what’s the catch, the catch is we don’t like it because it’s so similar to the core games it becomes comparable to them amplifying its faults even further Mario Kart tours controls feel extremely intuitive. They give you two core options and neither of which feel particularly good for example the drifting option they give you doesn’t allow you to turn normally so, if you want to make small adjustments you have to shift your entire car like imagine playing regular Mario car with your finger always on the drift button there are deeper options hidden in the settings.
But finding the right setup is pretty cumbersome we try playing with gyro but every movement feels like we’re oversteering while sliding all over the place with barely any control over my Kart we found telling smash steering off made things a bit more comfortable as the game isn’t always trying to correct your movements. But even then small steering isn’t completely off it’s still trying to control it for you just lesser extent once we found something that works for me it felt okay but also extremely simplistic all you video do is turn and use items it’s simple enough for casual one hand to play.
But the Mario Kart series prides itself on control and while they’ve delivered here feels like a huge restrain let down they’ve developed some very strange systems around the core game for instance as of this review you don’t play against human control players the game takes names from actual people playing the game. There is a lot more to say about this game. But this all my own opinion.
- Available Platforms: Android and iOS
- Google Play Store: 4 / 5
- Nintendo: 7 / 10
- My ratings: 3.5 / 5