Review | Supreme Race on Highway

Review | Supreme Race on Highway

LifeisXbox’s Supreme Race on Highway review | If you like cruising around on the highway, passing other cars who are way too slow, and doing this in your favorite car, then Cristian Manolachi & Atomic Fabrik might have released the perfect game for you! It’s called Supreme Race on Highway. The game offers an endless game mode with the goal to improve yourself time after time. But is it worth it or should you just wait for another game? Let’s fasten our seatbelts and find out!

This is a short review, our usual the good, mixed and the bad was difficult because of the nature of this game. Reviewed on PC | Review code provided by PR/publisher, this review is the personal opinion of the writer.

To start this review let’s take a look at the graphics and sound that Supreme Race on Highway offers. Graphically, the game has some influences which can be linked to Minecraft, but they aren’t as sharp as they probably should be. Yes, you can see the difference between the road, a tree, or the cars but if you are looking for detailed graphics they simply aren’t there. It is that some cars have different colors because if they hadn’t, you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between them. Sound-wise, I think that there are like 5 or 6 sounds in the whole game. The simple yet fun song that is playing when you are ‘driving’, the sound when you collect a coin, you hear a sound when you crash but it doesn’t sound like a crash and then there is the sound when you are clicking on a button in the main menu. For a ‘race’ game that takes place on a highway, there are no car sounds or something like that. I mean what the …? Did they forget it? Did they let them out on purpose? I don’t know but it’s weird in my opinion.

Now we’ve got the graphics and sound out of the way let’s focus on the gameplay. First of all, let me burst a big bubble! This isn’t a racing game, there is only steering and collecting coins. While playing the game you get to drive, and then simply steer when you’ve reached a speed of 75 km/h. Your goal is to get as far as possible, without crashing. All the while collecting as many coins as you can. The only thing that can stop you are the other cars on the road who can suddenly change lanes so you bump into them and are done with your run. And you can start a new run.

So I mentioned that you can collect coins and here is what you can do with them: almost nothing. You can unlock one of the 27 cars, but those are purely cosmetic and don’t offer any benefits while playing. There are some fun-looking ones because you can drive around in a police car or a tank. But then 4 of the 27 are tanks with just a different color. Another thing I mentioned was that you need to drive as far as you can, and you can actually see your best score. But that’s it. There isn’t a global leaderboard, not even one between your friends or locally that you can put in a name after your run just like in the old Arcade days. The only score you can improve is your own, which gets boring really fast.

After looking at every aspect of the game (yes this is all there is), I think it’s time for the verdict?


Let’s start with changing the tile: Supreme Race on Highway, it should be something like steering on highway. There are a lot of questionable things this game is missing. Such as a leaderboard and a clear goal. If you want to spend 4 Euros on an over-simplistic mobile game on Steam that offers 30 seconds of fun this is your game. If not, which I suppose is the case for most, just skip it. is the largest Belgian Xbox-centered website, your reading time is greatly appreciated! Please consider sharing this review with your friends on social media, that means a lot for us! If you are Dutch speaking also consider joining our Dutch exclusive Facebook group Xbox Gamers Belgium. Feel free to use quotes for PR purposes.

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