Hover League Release: discover a flying car competition with one daily track

Hover League release on Android and iOS mobiles

Among the new mobile games of April, I invite you to enjoy the release of Hover League, an indie racing game with a good dose of challenge. In this unpretentious little game, you control a flying car. There is a speed record to beat and every day the level changes, like in Daily Dadish. Facing players from all over the world, you must achieve the best time.

Hover League Release Gameplay on Android and iOS

Let's discover some Hover League gameplay for its mobile release. On each daily track, optimize your trajectory curve as much as possible and avoid piloting mistakes. In addition to its daily mode with a general leaderboard, Hover League also features 1v1, full customization of your profile and replay for all players. Thanks to the replay, you can try to keep up with the best player of the moment. You can test this title on Google Play and Appstore for free.

Small games with a daily level like Wordle are really trendy right now. Honestly, it's quite refreshing to be able to play a mobile game that doesn't try to keep you active 24 hours a day.

Fans of flying cars are well served this month with the release of Ace Racer and Hover League. The release of this second game, even though it is more modest, will please those who like speed challenges.

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Come and compete against us in a time trial

Our community managers Molonel and Alexissan have been playing Hover League daily since its release to see who is really the best driver. But with a little effort, you can also get into the ranking. When you pass them, don't forget to wave at them in the rearview mirror.

Screenshot gameplay of Hover League at its release

For even more automotive fun, check out our top smartphone car games and the recently released Kart Rider: Drift and its season 1, which is an excellent alternative to your races on Mario Kart Tour.

Yaya Yaya would never have spent a single cent on a mobile game. At least, that's what the legend says.

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