Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 for PC – Windows/MAC OS
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I am very excited that today we will be watching at Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 published by Playsport Games. All I can say is that this is a great game. I am a fan myself and I played the 2nd part a lot! The hallmark of a really good sim is when it makes you interested in something you knew nothing about before you started playing it. As a red-blooded American, I enjoy me some NASCAR, but the other forms of auto racing popular in the rest of the world are largely a mystery to me. Despite that, Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 has its hooks in me just like its predecessors did, attempting to manage my own race team all the way to the very top. It should be noted right off the bat that one thing Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 does not feature is retina-singeing on-track action. Though the visuals have been given nifty and noticeable improvements throughout, with everything from the menus to the track renderings looking better than ever, the races themselves are still contested by colored dots. If you’re a true sports sim fan, this might not bother you at all – like me.
Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 Gameplay and Review
Now let`s look at the gameplay and see what we have here. What this third game has done is bring a whole bunch of new and interesting racing options to the table, beginning with the addition of new racing series beyond open-wheel cars. The end goal is still to make it to the generic version of Formula 1 and compete against the very best race teams in the world, but how you get there is now much more a matter of personal preference. Your fledgling team begins in Tier 4 and has to work its way up, but right off the bat you have both open-wheel and GT series from which to choose. In the next two tiers, there are also endurance racing series to pick from, where you attempt to complete the most laps in 45 minutes (which thankfully go faster than real life minutes, so it’s not as lengthy a grind as it might sound) and have to swap in three drivers per car to make at least one lap each. A driver’s focus state is used as a de facto health bar for endurance racing, and while it’s obviously a scaled down version of how such races play out in the real world, its a welcome and different challenge.
Really good simulator
I wish that the cars are not dots with numbers but it is ok