- Fix to the crash when saving on some phones.
Ratings and Reviews
Im big fan of MM, MM 2, and PC version. I do my gaming when Im travelling, so the Ipad works. I dont have time at home. I was hoping for more of a PC version experience. With MM2 mobile it seemed this was the direction it was going. But now with this version youve delivered a dumbed down, Im sorry, “streamlined experience” Insert boring here. Insulting. It keeps alot of what MM2 had, so it gets 3 stars. You took away qualifying setups and put in a card based system. All luck. AR? thats one of your big features??! So I can make it look like the race is on my kitchen table? Really? Cmon Playsport, Im sorry to be harsh, but this feels like a step back. Thats great including GT and Endurance. Kudos for that. But you even put in the car graphics with the single biggest thing F1 fans hate this year, that ugly roll hoop! I will end positive, the graphics look nice. However, I would rather see content than eye candy.
Good, but far from perfect
Never having played the first or second one (or any [insert sport here] manager game)I wasn’t sure what to expect. This game is beyond addicting, and if you’re smart enough, you won’t need to bother with the microtransaction. That being said: one of the biggest aspects that could be improved upon in an update or even MM4 would be the sponsorship system. Frankly there needs to be longer sponsorship contracts (like a complete season), or contracts that you can renew/negotiate, or make them worth more than they currently are. While I’m not the most learned in the minutiae of F1 or WEC, I don’t think teams’ contracts expire after X-races, and once those contracts expire, the company doesn’t wash their hands of the race team. So why can’t I renew with a company that I really like? Because of this, I haven’t figured “the sauce” with enduro-racing. Maybe it’s me, and having to sign six drivers with those tiny sponsorship deals, but I’ll keep playing to figure it out. One final addendum, would be driver testing. No race team would just sign a driver without seeing how they drive in their (the race team’s) car. Why expect the manager to plop down a stack of cash on a shot in the dark? TL;DR This game is well worth the price, don’t buy the microtransactions, and be smart with your in-game money.
Wow, It’s as Close to the Mac/PC Version as You Can Get!
I love Motorsport Manager 1 and 2, and I have the game for my Mac too. There is no other sports sim that even comes close to this. MM3 now brings pretty much everything from the Mac/PC version and even adds some stuff, like supply chains. The only real difference is that the cars are still dots here rather than cars, but that’s a really minor point. Now, the game offers AR view, haptic feedback, and so may customizations (please buy the IAP while still on sale, you will really want it later).
If you’re worried about the learning curve, don’t. I know zero about motorsports except what I’ve learned from this series of games. I’m a hockey and lacrosse guy. Still, the game is completely playable as you learn all the inns and outs of racing.
- Playsport Games Ltd
- 626.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- © 2018 Playsport Games Ltd
- In-App Purchases
- Game Editor $6.99
- Bundle $10.99
- Bundle $4.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.