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SBK15 brings motorcycle racing to your Android device, available now on Google Play
If you’ve been searching for an addictive Superbike racing game for Android, odds are you’ve stumbled across developer Digital Tales’ SBK14 racing game, which made its way to Android devices a few months ago. But if you’re looking for a realistic game with more bikes, riders and tracks, you should check out SBK15, which is out now in the Google Play Store.
Much like the first game in the series, SBK15 focuses on giving users as realistic of a Superbike experience as possible. Players can choose from actual bike brands such as Aprilia, Kawasaki, Honda, Ducati, Suzuki, MV Agusta and BMW, as well as popular riders like Tom Sykes and Sylvain Guintoli. So what does SBK15 offer over its predecessor? Take a look below:
- 13 WSBK rounds, including the brand-new Chang International Circuit in Thailand
- 24 elite riders grouped in 14 racing teams
- 3 game modes, namely Championship, Quick Race and Time Attack
- Enhanced physics engine
- Maximum control flexibility, with 9 configurations including gyroscope and virtual controls
It should be noted that while this game is just about as realistic as it gets in terms of mobile games, there’s no external controller or multiplayer support, which is what many users come to expect from racing games nowadays. All in all, though, it’s fun, and you definitely can’t beat the price tag. If you’re interested, SBK15 is available for free from the Google Play Store.