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Rev up your engines, F1 2016 is now available on Android

Codemasters' F1 2016 racing simulator lets you compete with the biggest names in the sport on the 21 official F1 courses of the 2016 season.
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December 5, 2016
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There are quite a few great racing games available for Android devices. The recently released Gear.Club, Asphalt Xtreme, and Hill Climb Racing 2 come first to mind. But if these three aren’t really up your alley, you might want to consider giving the recently released F1 2016 a try.

F1 2016 is a racing game that puts you in the seat of a Formula 1 car. You’ll be able to compete with the biggest names in the sport like Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel, and Fernando Alonso, to name a few. The game’s Season Mode lets you race on 21 official F1 courses of the 2016 season in any order you want.

You have the option to make your own Custom Season as well, by selecting the tracks you want to race on and the length of the season. There’s also Quick Race mode available for brushing up on your racing skills and the longer Race Weekend option, which includes additional Practice and Qualifying events.

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There are four control options to choose from, including tilt and touch. You’re also able to customize a few things like the variety of steering assists and sensitivity settings, braking assists, and camera tilt/angles to your liking.

The F1 2016 game was released a few days ago, so if you want to give it a try head over to the Google Play store by clicking the button below and download it to your device.

The game is not free, as you’ll have to fork out 9.99 bucks to get it. But it’s ads-free and doesn’t offer any in-app purchases. It takes up quite a bit of space, so before you decide to buy it, make sure you have at least 2.67 GB of free space on your device.

So, what do you think of the game? Will you be buying it, or will you stick to playing free Android games for now? Do let us know by posting a comment below.