Offroad Unchained Review (Android)

Our Offroad Unchained Review has us driving with speed, drifting in the mud, and jumping with our car to cross the finish line first. Unchain the potential of your offroad cars by customizing and upgrading. Join teams, make friends, and start your offroad legacy.

Offroad Unchained Review

Offroad Unchained Review Pros:

  • Nice console-like graphics.
  • 2.39GB download size.
  • Red Bull licensed game.
  • Link your Red Bull account.
  • Opening tutorial race.
  • Endless runner-style gameplay.
  • Auto accelerates and you control drifting, jump boosts, turbo usage, and landing.
  • The game revolves around you racing against other racers both online and offline.
  • Daily freebie with additional ones available if you watch adverts.
  • Race against the real-life Pros.
  • Career mode is laid out in groups with you facing off against a pro driver in each one.
  • Different locations add new environmental hazards like snow, water, and mud.
  • You can replay challenges and events.
  • Turbo – pick up charges and use them separately or together for a bigger boost.
  • Drifting and landing give out a 1 – 3 rating.
  • Tap the screen when in the air to start dropping and landing.
  • Clear markers for when you can drift, jump and land.
  • Earn cash for upgrading your vehicles in the garage.
  • Find car cards to unlock them.
  • Fast loading times.
  • Nice soundtrack.

Offroad Unchained Review

Offroad Unchained Review Cons:

  • No Google play integration or achievements.
  • Career mode is very safe.
  • For career progression, it feels very much like it’s a case of finishing first and first only.
  • Get a lot of performance hits from slow down to juddering.
  • Has a lot of grinding for new vehicles.
  • Slow pace to unlocks.
  • The levels don’t add much variety in layout and hazards.

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Offroad Unchained Review

Offroad Unchained:

Official website.

Developer: RedBull

Publisher: RedBull

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Play Store

  • 7/10
    Graphics - 7/10
  • 6/10
    Sound - 6/10
  • 7/10
    Accessibility - 7/10
  • 7/10
    Length - 7/10
  • 7/10
    Fun Factor - 7/10
6.8/10

Summary

Mobile games are becoming more and more of a force in the gaming arena and especially with racing/endless runner-style games. Here we have a fully licensed game with top names from the business taking you on in a wide selection of events. Going for full accessibility the game does auto acceleration and all you do is move from side to side, land jumps and drift. It’s easy to learn and the landing and boosting are natural and OK to play. Being a mobile game it does have adverts and plenty of in-app purchases, I mean it is just part of the mobile space, here it’s not that intrusive in terms of adverts is generally player initiated for bonus boxes, and in-app is for shortcuts to unlocking vehicles and skins. The gameplay as I said is accessible and all but the game itself is just a bit too plain for me, it never really mixes it up and jew vehicles just make the jumps look better, it never adds enough change to keep me engaged in it all, maybe its because I don’t have a huge investment in the sport, I don’t really know these professionals and racing them just feels like a normal race, it’s just a nice little racer but for me, it does nothing unique or different.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!