There have been a lot of addictive games on Android platform recently; Hill Racing offers something similar. However, it is a little more of a twist since it requires some skills and a little patient. When starting the game, you may not be impressed by the sloppy gameplay.Nevertheless, being sloppy is a deliberate move set by the developers because this game is focused on upgrading you to improve the car handling. The key aim of Hill Racing is covering as much distance as possible on the sloppy terrain while collecting coins and gas fillers as you drive.It is on this sloppy terrain that your car rolls over, so you have to drive smoothly and carefully to bypass this undulated terrain. You will be frustrated the first time since the game takes you back to the start after rolling over. However, after a couple of games, you will start learning tactics to a smooth drive.You cannot pass some parts of the terrain without making the necessary upgrades; this is where coins come in. There are four types of upgrades:
  • Suspension
  • Engine
  • 4WD
  • Tyres
You will need to upgrade all these to have a good chance of making a good progress. As you drive, you will learn that this is a game of skill. Some parts of the terrain can be easily raced across while others need control, for example, balancing of the ‘gas’ pedal and the brake to keep your car under control.Too much brake can see rolling forward while too much gas on a sloppy terrain can make your car roll over backwards. The game is more about patient and control than just racing.


  1. It has over 40 challenging levels
  2. Provides various bikes and cars to choose from
  3. Has 6 infinite maps to play
  4. It Has different scenes in the cave, mountain, desert, and volcano
  5. It also has the most realistic control.
Hill racing is ad supported, however, you can get rid of the ads and purchase more coins in the game – that is – if you choose to.
Source: TechInsider

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