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I tried it and uninstalled it after the first race. It offers almost no control on the car, you barely shift (I can't define that sloppy thing steering) it left and right and choose direction at forks plus a button for drifting and one for nitro, and it makes you watch stunts in slow motion. It made me wonder if some evil time machine brought me back to laserdisc games era...
Google Play Store listed it amogst the first choices when I looked for "racing sim"! Obviously I didn't expect a true racing sim on tablets and phones, their controls can be very good for steering, but they are very basic for everything else, but at least I expected some evolution from GT Racing 2 (my previos mobile racer, but incompatible with most new devices, including my new tablet) or Real Racing 3, that I long stopped playing due to its annoying multiple currencies system and being pissed off as back then an expensive thing I clicked by mistake made me spend too much of the rarest currency without asking for confirmation.
I ended up installing Real Racing 3 on the new device, restarting it from scratch, some flaws have been fixed, its worst flaw is that it has even too many events and a not too tidy way to organise them, it's a bloody mess, and some events unlocked early have a quite steep difficulty curve, at the beginning the player, without paying real money, has too little money to upgrade some cars enough to win some races, and not enough time either, in timed events. But the driving engine is quite good, that's the most important thing, in comparison Asphalt 9 isn't even a dog poop under its shoe.
I really can't believe the devs of GT Racing 2, that has some bugs in the interface, but a more than decent driving engine, made such a giant pile of dung...

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