Game: Rush Rally 3
Rush Rally 3 is presented by Brownmonster Limited.
About the game
Rush Rally 3 is the most realistic rally simulation on your mobile. 60fps racing at night or day in the rain or snow, over 72 new and unique stages each with different surface types including snow, gravel, tarmac and dirt! Race with one of the best car dynamics models to date, including real time vehicle deformation and damage, built from over 15 years’ experience.
Take on the new Career mode, race A-B stages over a Single Rally or grind metal to metal with other cars in Rally Cross. Upgrade, tune and customize a garage full of cars. Use the new livery editor to completely change the look of your vehicles. Buy new wheels and upgrades to make each car truly unique.
Rush Rally 3 is available for Nintendo Switch, Android, iOS, and tvOS.
Tips and tricks:
Following are tips and tricks for the smooth gameplay.
- Choose the professional mode:
Professional mode is where most of the action takes place and holds four different championship titles. Each Champions League has several games spread out on different tracks around the world. With the choice of global routes, it is necessary to adapt to various terrains and climates. For example, one race will let you cross a snowy road in Sweden, while another race will let you cross a dusty winding path in Mexico. These variables increase the depth of the game and prevent it from being too repetitive.
- Set the difficulty of the game:
These championship games function just like in all other rally events. Your goal is to set the best time on the track. Unlike other games like WRC 8, it shows you in real time how you perform against other drivers. So before you reach the end, you will know if you are going forward or behind. You can also set the difficulty of the game to suit your personal game style, making the experience more enticing.
- Driving principle:
The driving principle of Rush Rally 3 is also quite simple. Although the gameplay can be adjusted to some extent, the actual physical effects are not too realistic, but they are not arcade games. The car felt heavy enough and quite balanced. You can also use the touch controls to play the game (though I don’t know why this is the case). But in this case, it can be well adapted to the digital inputs of the switch. Other realistic racing games seem a bit weird because the Joy-Con / Pro controller doesn’t have analog triggers, but Rush Rally 3 feels unusually natural here. There are many more points, including the complete cockpit interior.