Fancy a space race? Check out Ragged Edge for BlackBerry 10

By James Richardson on 1 Jun 2013 05:26 am EDT

If fast paced, racing style games are your thing then Ragged Edge for BlackBerry 10 should be your cup of tea. Set in space you must guide your vessel through a selection of tracks in the fastest time possible to unlock further levels.

You have two options when it comes to controlling your space craft - either tilt or touch. The tilt is far easier in my opinion. With the touch you have turn left and right tabs at the base of the display but you are hindered somewhat due to the two other on-screen controls. Touching the top half of the screen activates your booster and breaking is done by pressing the lower half. Doing both of these while using the left and right tabs is frankly a pain in the butt!

Graphics wise Ragged Edge is stunning. Accompanied with great sound effects the game is a real beauty. I must be honest though and say that the game was released some time ago but the first version was so laggy it was unbearable to play. Luckily the developers jumped on board and got things sorted.

Features of Ragged Edge include:

  • Amazing 3D graphics
  • 36 races on 15 tracks
  • 3 Game modes: Solo, versus (up to 86 opponents!), boarding
  • Smooth controls
  • Fascinating story written by sci-fi book author Jacques Martel

The game will set you back £2.50/$3.99 which isn't cheap, but you do get what you pay for.

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Reader comments

Fancy a space race? Check out Ragged Edge for BlackBerry 10


Yep at 3.99 it most Def isn't cheap. Wait for Korea reviews before I splurge. Lol. It's the price of a maccas happy meal.

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It's only 31MB so does that mean it's battery friendly or will it consume the charge like some of the other apps such as Asphalt 7?

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Games size doesn't correlate with battery usage. Judging from the lagginess of the game, I would say it will drain the battery a lot, and thats just the nature of games that use a lot of processing power.