Dirt Trackin Sprint Cars
By BENNETT RACING SIMULATIONS, LLC
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
The long awaited Sprint Car game from the creators of Dirt Trackin' is finally here!
With 410 Winged, Non-Winged, and Midget cars, you'll be sure to find all levels of competition.
6 Fictional tracks, covering different parts of the world.
Real World Drivers in all 3 classes.
Highly Competitive Multiplayer mode, race your friends, your foes, and see how you stack up against the best in the world!
Career Mode: Race your way from the United States to Australia in a grueling 108 race mode, in which you must win each series to advance to the next. Simple, win and you're in. Win your way through the ranks from Midgets up to Full Blown 410 Wing Sprints, and unlock rewards!
Control your way: Choose from Arrow, Tilt, or a Virtual touch steering wheel.
Day/Night/Dusk racing modes, pick your time of day to race!
Time to get dirty! Your car will not only get mud splatter and you will need to use tear offs, but your car will also build dirt as you race, just as a real car would on the track.
What's New in Version 1.0.5
- Fixed a bug on Dirt Trackin Motorplex in Multiplayer races
- Driver name tags fade out earlier so they no longer block corner entry
- Game Center Login bug fix
- Minor changes to support iPhone X
For someone who played the original version of Dirt Trackin’ on a VERY consistent basis, I was beyond excited to learn the makers of my favorite racing app had come out with a sprint car version. If I were reviewing the game on graphics alone, I’d say the developers hit a home run. Unfortunately, updated graphics aren’t the only thing that make a game worthwhile and are where the positives to come to an end. The late model version of this game was both challenging and realistic. The cars actually behaved like dirt cars and although you’re playing on a phone, they responded realistically to user control. None of these qualities were transferred to the new game making play both frustrating and unrealistic. In my mind, the developers struck out. Until they make wholesale changes, I would recommend saving the $3.99 and sticking with the late model version.
Good game but come on
Ok yay sprint cars ain’t like we haven’t had games with them. I mean it’s a good game don’t get me wrong but we now have late models, modified, street stocks, winged and non sprints, and midgets. Now add four cylinders for the Love of god. Mmsa or something (monster mini stock association if you live in a hole) there’s a whole lot more of us than anything. you have skipped over us like we’re not even here now I know you can make it happen and I hope you do cause I love your games and I know it ain’t just me. I hope you see this if so will you do it or skip the lower budget racers again
Sincerely. Foxnato racer
Physics need serious work
As a fan of the original Dirt Trackin, I was waiting for the day when sprint cars were added. So they did it by releasing a completely new game. Ok, cool, I’ll go for it. The graphics are very nicely done, but the physics make the game basically unplayable. I can’t get the winged sprint car around even one corner without spinning. It’s like driving with slicks on ice. Totally unrealistic. The midget is only slightly better.
The other negative is the sound. The cars sound like something out of a 1980s Atari game.
Overall, this games needs some serious fixing. For now I’ll go back to the modifieds in the original game. At least they’re driveable.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Nov 17, 2017
- Version: 1.0.5
- Size: 351 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: BENNETT RACING SIMULATIONS, LLC
- © Bennett Racing Simulations
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.