Some games do ten things relatively well in an attempt to grab as big an audience as they can; a CCG fighting game with roleplay elements is not unheard of on the App Store. This trend has definitely seen an uptick recently as developers either dip a toe in every possible pool in sight or copy already-successful games such as Clash of Clans. However, you also have games like Raceline CC [Free] which focus on one mechanic and one idea and try to do it as best they can. Raceline CC is all about motorbike drag racing with an emphasis on slip-streaming, and that's pretty much it. However, while the game has one mechanic throughout the whole game, it is done quite well and proves once more that one idea done very well beats many ideas done relatively well, just as long as you actually like that one idea. So, if you like drag racing games with nice visuals, plenty of small variations on a theme (in the form of various tournaments and championships), and you don't mind playing mostly in short bursts, then you'll enjoy Raceline CC.
The game's premise is that you are participating in underground street racing (never heard this scenario before), and you have to gradually rise through the ranks to challenge the best in the business. As is often the case in games of this genre, you'll constantly need to upgrade your bike by buying and installing various parts and, once you can afford to, buying a faster bike to upgrade and customize. Funnily enough, you can even get sponsors for some extra money, you know, the kind of sponsors who love to have their brand names all over illegal activities. If you've played any of the many racing games on the App Store, you pretty much know how Raceline CC will play as its rhythm of racing, upgrading, and then racing again is a staple of this genre.
Fortunately, the developers added plenty of different contexts within which to race so the game's rhythm doesn't feel too monotonous. Instead of simply giving you only a casual race mode and a tour...