Set in the picturesque Tuscany region of Italy, Gear.Club Stradale prides itself on being a realistic experience. Stradale uses intelligent driving assistance to make the cars handle like they would on the real road. There is also an in-depth customization system to tinker with and upgrade cars to get the best performance possible.
Those that want to enjoy the vistas with friends can form a Club together and take part in exclusive daily, weekly, and monthly content. The Carte Stradale mode also offers Clubs a chance to work together and race other players and climb the ladder to be the best racers in Italy.
Racing isn't all about coming first, as Speed Demons demonstrates. The objective here is to get on the gridlocked roads and weave through as many other cars as possible. Its procedurally generated highways give the gameplay a fresh feel every run, and with multiple modes on offer, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the fun.
There are dozens of cars available, from small hatchbacks to weave through traffic in the tiniest of gaps, all the way up to semi-trucks for those that want to see just how much havoc can be created on the highway. With many different styles available, Speed Demons is a game for any experience level.
Whilst it's all well and good seeing who can win in a proper race, sometimes you just want chaos, and Detonation Racing has that in spades. As the name suggests, there is a lot of carnage. Every track can be destroyed to create new routes, and the amount of explosions happening makes just driving incredibly hazardous and very fun.
There are six tracks to blow up, and nine cars to race either solo, online or locally, with crossplay between iOS, tvOS, and Mac. The game thrives on chaos and provides a huge heap of high-octane, explosive fun.
Super Impossible Road
If you say Rainbow Road to any racing game fan, a cold shiver will race down their spine as they relive hundreds of flashbacks of flying off that railless course. So, of course, someone made a game of it and called it Super Impossible Road.
Full of hairpin turns and zero safety rails, players will need a lot of skill to stay on the track as other races have the ability to instantly fire opponents into the bleak void of space. Taking advantage of the temporary speed boosts and finding the perfect spot to purposefully leap off the track to get an advantageous shortcut is the best way to succeed in this glorious callback to racing hell.
The only non-car racer on Apple Arcade can certainly keep up with the competition with no problem. Chameleon Run+ is an endless runner with its main mechanic being you need to switch the runner cool depending on what platform you are on. Simple in theory, but it’s never that straightforward.
When the speed picks up and the platforms start to move or alternate in colour, the gameplay gets devilishly tricky. Claiming the best time in each course is a difficult task, especially when you catapult through the air at ridiculously high speed. It demands high skill to perfect and is perfect as a test of reflexes.