Players can get behind the steering wheels of some of the world's most powerful real cars, like the Subaru BRZ, the BMW M4, the McLaren 650, and even the Porsche 911. Also, as is traditionally the case with this franchise, you'll find dozens of different options when it comes to tuning and customizing each of the game's cars.
To adapt itself perfectly to its medium (Android), Need for Speed No Limits comes with much shorter and more hectic races than the ones you'll find in the game for consoles or PC. Most of the races last around 30 seconds – more than enough time to taste victory or suffer a bitter defeat. Plus you'll find more than 1,000 different races set on different tracks.
Need for Speed No Limits' default controls are quite smooth: the car accelerates automatically and you'll have to control the direction you turn by touching each side of the screen. If you slide your finger upwards you'll activate the nitro.
As is typical in this saga, winning races will earn you money and boost your reputation. You'll need the money for buying new vehicles and tuning the ones you already have in the garage, while your reputation will pave the way for you in the streets.
Need for Speed No Limits is a very good racing game with excellent graphics, quite a long story mode, and a polished control system.
Needs at least 800 megabytes of free space on your device's memory.
Requires Android 4.0.3 or higher