Driveline is a racing game offline created by newcomer Retrotech. Recently released, the game has a visual and gameplay quality that clashes with “Nomões” such as Asphalt Xtreme. Driveline is now available on Google Play and has the incredible size of only 60 MB (103 MB installed).
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– How is the game for Android Driveline
For starters, Driveline stands out for being completely offline. The races are a little more realistic than in Asphalt Xtreme, as the drifts are much more punishing for those who lose control of the car. It is essential to learn to brake first, so that you can have fun with the game.
The gameplay is a bit reminiscent of games like Sega Rally. But the races here are always against other cars controlled by the game. A relief for anyone who is a fan of Rally games, as the vast majority of games in the genre are always “Time Attack”.
It takes a while to get used to the controls, as Driveline doesn't deliver everything to the player at once. It takes dedication to learn to master the car.
One of Driveline's highlights is its graphics. The game is beautiful even on very basic phones. Showing reflections in paintings and shadows in real time. All very well done.
There are three game modes, where the handling and scenery change radically. A simple game that bets its longevity is not tons of in-app purchases, but the challenge of controlling the cars and winning the races to perfection.
Link to download on Android (Google Play)
Advertising: Yes | Offline Game
Contains built-in purchases: Yes
Requires Android 4.0
Language: English | Size: 60 MB
[originally published August 23, 2017]