Asphalt 8: Airborne Free Android car racing game from gameloft.com, Now enjoy the latest asphalt 8 android game download with latest update released on April 24, 2014. Asphalt 8 is the first game to use Gameloft’s latest tech, and it’s simply miles ahead of anything else on mobile right now. Gone are the bright, cartoony visuals of the last few entries, replaced with more realistic sets bathed in natural sunlight, and rendered with a host of effects that seem almost exaggeratedly real. Despite the move away from the colorful palette of the past games, Asphalt 8 is realized with a whole lot of style. Every effect has been dialed up, with bright glare staining a dirty lens, contrasted by long shadows cast by a low-hanging sun. This is the perfect game to show off that new superphone you just picked up, but what’s just as shocking is how good this game looks even on older dual-core handsets. In a refreshing reversal of policy, Gameloft has even allowed users to set the rendering detail manually, although it should be noted that texture detail seems to be tied to the same dodgy auto-detection that plagues their other games.
Asphalt 8 features 8 all new maps from the Nevada desert to the city streets of London, plus a bonus revamped Monaco track for our A7 fans. What I really love about these new tracks is the impact the environments have on each race. Yes, there is snow. And dust. And rain! Hydroplane through the water-soaked streets of Tokyo after a heavy downpour or slip and slid across frozen tracks in Iceland. And each map features a host of alternate routes to explore and conquer.
Just like its predecessors, Asphalt 8: Airborne is still very much an arcade racer at heart. The biggest addition here is the presence of high-speed aerial stunts. There are two kinds of stunts you can perform: barrel roll and flat spin.
To perform a barrel roll, you have to drive off one of the angled ramps and the car pretty much does everything else on its own. Depending upon how well you drove off the ramp and the height of the jump, the car will perform a single, double or even a triple barrel roll. Most of the time the car finishes the roll before it hits ground and won’t start another if it thinks it won’t make it but at times you do end up on your roof, which results in a wreck.
Flat spins take a bit more effort. For these, you have to drive off a flat ramp but while performing a drift, which causes the car to automatically spin mid-air. Again, depending upon the speed and the height, the game decides how many spins the car performs. Even if you fall down facing the other way the car usually spins around and you can drive off just fine without losing too much speed.
The stunts are pretty much the only worthwhile addition to the gameplay in Airborne. The game is split into single player solo races, single player career, online multiplayer and local multiplayer over Wi-Fi
Graphics and Sound
Last year’s Asphalt 7 was a stunning looking game and till date it looks good, especially on high resolution devices. Gameloft has beefed up the visuals on Airborne and although it looks better, it comes at a cost.
The most obvious one is framerate. I played the game on an iPad mini, Galaxy S III (Exynos) and the HTC One. Not a single device managed to run the game at what can be called as a smooth framerate.
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