Street Bike Racing 3D is a free-to-play bike simulator for Android developed by Gamerz. This game puts you in the seat of a superbike as you race for victory against AI competitors. Street Bike Racing 3D also has a multiplayer game mode where you can race against local or online players.
If you’re in the market for a decent bike racing game, I’d recommend MotoGP Racing 18. In addition to having more variation in terms of tracks and levels of difficulty, this game also has a variety of bikes and customisation options to choose from. Another good alternative is Highway Rider. This game has two main game modes; arcade and fugitive.
Unfortunately, there isn’t much to the gameplay contained within Street Bike Racing 3D. Overall the game is relatively one-dimensional. There are only three tracks, and you’ll stay on the first track for far too many levels to be fun before you can unlock the next track. Playing long enough to unlock the ‘city’ map is greatly pointless as it’s more of the same gameplay. The tracks are easy and offer no challenge or interesting features to keep you entertained.
When I first loaded up the game, I was appalled at the poor graphical quality. I noticed, however, that there are different depths of graphical detail and thus elected to set the game to the highest level of detail, an option called ‘fantastic.’ I was even more appalled to realise that there was no difference between the lowest and highest graphical settings, especially given that there are seven settings to choose from.
Where’s the street?
When a developer chooses to call a game ‘Street Bike Racing 3D’ and publishes the game with a paragraph of text detailing how you’ll have to obey the rules of the road while playing, I’d expect to see such features in the game. Unfortunately, these features are nowhere to be found. Every map, even the city map, takes place on some sort of dedicated racing circuit. There are no streets, no road rules, and no elements of enjoyment.
Pitiful to say the least
The only good thing to say about this app is that at least there are very few ads while you play. The game description is misleading, if not an outright lie, the graphics are terrible for a new game, and the gameplay is boring to no end.
But, if you enjoy monotonous games that drag on forever without a single exciting element, this is the perfect game for you.