- 1 Asphalt Urban GT
- 2 Asphalt Urban GT 2
- 3 Asphalt 3: Street Rules
- 4 Asphalt 4: Elite Racing
- 5 Asphalt 5
- 6 Asphalt 6: Adrenaline
- 7 Asphalt: Audi RS 3
- 8 Asphalt 3D
- 9 Asphalt Injection
- 10 Asphalt 7: Heat
- 11 Asphalt 8: Airborne
- 12 Asphalt Overdrive
- 13 Asphalt Nitro
- 14 Asphalt: Xtreme
- 15 Asphalt Street Storm Racing
- 16 Asphalt 9: Legends
- 17 History of Asphalt 2004-2017
Asphalt Urban GT is a racing video game for the Nintendo DS and the Nokia N-Gage handheld video game consoles. It was developed by Gameloft and published by Ubisoft, and released on November 21, 2004, making it one of the earliest DS launch titles. It has support for wireless multiplayer with up to four opponents, and takes advantage of the DS's support for 3D graphics (while showing unaccelerated N-Gage's power to match DS's graphics), showing the action from three camera angles. Replays are also available. The bottom screen of the DS is utilized to provide strategic tips and player information.
The game sports nine tracks modelled after real-world locations such as Paris and New York City. The game's 23 cars are licensed from real manufacturers such as Lamborghini, Hummer, Volkswagen, and others, and can be enhanced with over 30 addons.
A sequel to the game was later released.
eskMaemo (May 31, 2011): Nokia N-Gage Asphalt Urban GT Trailer.
Asphalt 2: Urban GT is racing video game developed and published by Gameloft for the Nintendo DS, N-Gage and PlayStation Portable. A 2.5D Java ME version for mobile phones was also released.
The game features a special appearance from The Pussycat Dolls, and a sample of Moby's single "Lift Me Up". The Nintendo DS version was released approximately a year after the N-Gage version, with improved graphics, sound, and dual screen compatibility. A PSP version has been released in March 2007.
Michael Trebo (November 24, 2006): Asphalt Urban GT Trailer.
Asphalt 3: Street Rules is a racing video game that was released in 2006 on Java-based mobile phones, in 2007 on non-Java based mobile phones and was also released in 2008 for Nokia's N-Gage 2.0 gaming platform. It is the first mobile game to be played at the World Cyber Games competition. It was the first in the series not to be released for the Nintendo DS.
Enrique Garcia (March 3, 2013): Asphalt 3 - Street Rules (N-GAGE).
Asphalt 4: Elite Racing is a racing game published and developed by Gameloft. It was released on iOS and iPod on August 28, 2008, N-Gage on January 20, 2009, mobile phones in mid July 2008 and DSiWare on July 6, 2009. A sequel of the game called Asphalt 5 was released in 2009 for iOS and Palm Pre. This game marks the first game in the Asphalt series to be released for the iOS.
Gameloft (July 23, 2009): Asphalt 4: Elite Racing Mobile HD trailer.
Asphalt 5 is a racing game in the Asphalt series published and developed by Gameloft. It is a sequel to Asphalt 4: Elite Racing. The game was released for iOS and Palm Pre in 2009
gameloftandroid (May 20, 2010): Asphalt 5 on Android.
Asphalt 6: Adrenaline is a 2010 racing video game developed by Gameloft for the iOS, Android, Symbian, Bada, WebOS, BlackBerry PlayBook,JavaMe and Mac OS X. It was first released in December 2010 for the iOS, and later released in 2011 for the Android.
Gameloft (March 15, 2011): Asphalt 6: Adrenaline HD - Android - Game Trailer.
Asphalt: Audi RS 3 was released on March 3, 2011 as part of a promotional deal between Audi and Gameloft. The game runs on the same base as Asphalt 6: Adrenaline and features only one car, the Audi RS 3 Sportback, which participants could win in real life. The contest ran for 13 days, between March 3 and March 16, after that the game was removed from app stores.
Gameloft (February 25, 2011): Asphalt Audi RS 3 - Want to win an Audi for free? - iPhone/iPod touch.
Asphalt 3D, released in Japan as Asphalt 3D: Nitro Racing (アスファルト 3ディー: ニトロ レーシング?), is a racing game published by Ubisoft (Konami in Japan) and developed by Gameloft for the Nintendo 3DS handheld video game console. It was released in Japan on March 10, 2011, in Europe on March 25, 2011, in North America on March 27, 2011, and in Australia on March 31, 2011. It is part of the Asphalt series and was one of eight 3DS launch titles published by Ubisoft. It was revealed at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2010 (E3 2010).
A direct conversion of an Apple iOS game, Asphalt 6: Adrenaline, Asphalt 3D includes 17 tracks based on real-life locations and 42 licensed sports vehicles. It features several game modes, while multiplayer is supported up to six players using local wireless play. Asphalt 3D received negative reviews, with much of the criticism was directed at poor controls, numerous bugs, poor visuals, and a choppy framerate. It has received compilation scores of 43% and 47% on Metacritic and GameRankings, respectively.
Nintendo3DS (February 24, 2011): Asphalt 3D Trailer for Nintendo 3DS.
Asphalt Injection Racing is a racing game developed by Gameloft and published by Konami for Japan and Ubisoft for North America. It was released on PlayStation Vita on December 17, 2011 for Japan,February 15 2012 for North America,February 22 2012 for Europe and February 23 2012 for Australasia.This game marks the first game in the Asphalt series to be released for the PlayStation Vita.
IGN (September 15, 2011): Asphalt Injection - TGS 2011 Trailer.
Asphalt 7: Heat is a 2012 racing video game, developed and published by Gameloft as part of the Asphalt series. It was released on June 21, 2012 for the iOS and marks the first time in the series that a game is the same for both the iPhone and iPad. The game was launched for Android on June 29, 2012, and Windows Phone 8 on February 27, 2013.
gameloftandroid (July 26, 2012): Asphalt 7: Heat - Google Play Game Trailer.
Asphalt 8: Airborne is a 2013 racing video game, developed and published by Gameloft as part of the Asphalt series. It was released on August 22, 2013 for iOS and Android, and on November 13 for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.It Was free On The App Of The Week, then it became free on Update 1.1.0.
Gameloft (August 21, 2013): Asphalt 8: Airborne - Launch Trailer.
Asphalt Overdrive is a 2014 game developed and published by Gameloft. It is the eleventh game in the Asphalt series, along with being the series' first spinoff. The game was launched on September 24, 2014 for iOS, Android, and iPhone 6 mobile devices.
Gameloft (September 25, 2014): Asphalt Overdrive - Launch Trailer.
Similar to Asphalt 8: Airborne, but with downgraded graphics and physics. It is a light-weight version of Asphalt 8 for low-end devices. All the cars are from Asphalt 8, while the tracks are based on Asphalt 8 tracks and have a different name and appearance.
Gameloft (October 27, 2015): Asphalt Nitro - Launch Trailer : Download Fast. Drive Faster..
The first game in the Asphalt series that features offroad racing. It is very similar to the MotorStorm series.
Gameloft (November 3, 2016): Asphalt Xtreme Launch Trailer.
The first game in the Asphalt series to feature drag racing. It was inspired by the huge success of games like CSR Racing and Racing Rivals. It was also the first to feature blueprints, which were later added to games like Asphalt 8 and Asphalt Xtreme.
Gameloft (May 23, 2017): Asphalt Street Storm Racing Pre-Registration Trailer.
Asphalt 9: Legends is a 2018 racing video game, developed and published by Gameloft as part of the Asphalt series. It was released on February 26th for IOS in the Philippines as a soft launch.
History of Asphalt 2004-2017
Android Games Plus (August 8, 2017): History of Asphalt (2004-2017).