F1 2010 speeds onto iOS

Codemasters has released an iOS version of its successful console racer F1 2010.

Published in conjunction with Jump Games, the game includes all the same licences as the console version – teams, drivers and tracks, including the night race at Singapore.

Three modes are available – Time Trial, Endurance and Party Play. Notably, however, there are no actual competitive races in the game, with each mode basically a variant of single-player time trialling.

Additionally, three control setups are available. There’s tilt control a al Real Racing, an on-screen steering wheel option and regular virtual button controls.

Game Centre and Open Feint integration is also included.

The game costs 1.99 in the UK.

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