It's racing time with 4x4 Offroad Racing for BlackBerry 10

By James Richardson on 21 May 2013 08:15 am EDT

If you are after an action packed racing game for your BlackBerry 10 device then 4x4 Offroad racing gets the thumbs up from me. Controlling your truck is done using tilt controls and the sensitivity can be altered within the settings. It's actually easier than it looks in the video - it was kind of hard doing it behind the camera. On-screen you have accelerate and break/reverse pedals and apart from those and the tilt that's all the important stuff.

Clearly, like most racing games the aim is to beat your opponents. There are 20 tracks in total and a bunch of cars you can unlock - which is achieved by earning money from winning races. Smashing into the other racers on the track helps too and with some jumps for extra action it really spices up the fun - the jumps also earn you some pennies.

Graphics wise 4x4 Offroad Racing is pretty sweet. The game is accompanied by some fantastic rock music which helps the whole experience.

The game will set you back £1.50/$1.99 and in my opinion that's decent value for money if this is your sort of game. Don't let my bad driving put you off!

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It's racing time with 4x4 Offroad Racing for BlackBerry 10


You should have expected this. The q10 screen size is not a standard size and games must be retooled to support it.

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The same vendor Decane offer another RC Mini Racers game which is much better. That one I definitely recommend.

Once again....unavailable for the Q10.....o well, less money in their pocket and more in mine!

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Perhaps the Devs have been working on the title for Z10 first, as it was released first?

Seems perfectly reasonable to me.

Same goes for all the games Q10'rs are moaning about.

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Game is awesome. But now crashes when I click on it. Hopefully deleting and reinstall will make it work again Properly.

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I guess I expected this fragmentation when Crackberry did the 'gaming on Q10' article and only used 2D, simple games like Angry Birds and Chimpact to demonstrate.

The gap WILL increase and there will be more and more fragmentation as this goes on. As games are the biggest app sellers on any of the big mobile stores, I think any notion that the keyboard BBs will outsell the all-touch versions have to be dispelled.