Learn and improve your driving skills
Real Driving School is a free racing mobile video game wherein you can show off your driving and car parking skills. Developed by Oleksii Hohol, this 3D simulation mobile game offers stunning vehicle graphics and realistic car physics as you participate in races and challenges.
Similar to Real Racing, Real Driving School also offers an online multiplayer mode—allowing you to compete against friends and strangers for in-game monetary rewards. However, take note that this game often plays ads in-between loading sections and there’s no option to turn it off with something you can buy from its store.
Easy driving for all
In Real Driving School, you start off with a basic car and can choose which game mode you’d like to try out. There are three modes in total: Career, Free Play, and Online. You can play with just a guest account—however, Online Mode requires you to sign in with Google. The other option is Garage, where you can buy and customize your cars to your heart’s content.
All items are unlockable as long as you have the right currency. To earn money, simply do Career Mode levels or complete overworld challenges in Free Play. Career Mode is where you test your proper driving and parking skills. You must follow the glowing signs and observe proper traffic rules in order to avoid getting penalized. Meanwhile, Free Play has no such rules and simply lets you play around.
Compared to other driving games, however, this game doesn’t really stand out. Not only does it not offer an option to get rid of ads via the store, but it also has numerous issues with its controls. It’s not intuitive and the graphics for the cityscape are bland in comparison to the high-quality cars you get. Additionally, the cars don’t have any details and stats on them in the Garage.
Could use some more improvements
All in all, Real Driving School is a racing mobile game that you can try out if you’re interested in improving your driving and parking skills. However, it’s not that great when you compare it to its rivals. Not only do you get ads even when you’re playing offline, but the controls aren’t the best and can aggravate the most seasoned racing game fans.