Ferrari GT 3: World Track is an in-depth racing game in which you get the chance to raise in up-to 57 different authentic Ferrari models.
There's plenty of life in Ferrari GT 3: World Track thanks to its wealth of game modes, challenges and achievements, and the ability to buy and sell cars as you earn credits and progress through the game.
The Career mode in Ferrari GT 3: World Track allows you to play in a league, which consists around a series of different cups, unlocked by winning races. There are different types of races, including normal race, slalom, duel and time attack. There are 10 race locations in total, including Monaco, Sydney and Moscow.
There's also a fun Challenge mode in Ferrari GT 3: World Track, where you must complete objectives based around drifting, braking, slalom and more. If you don't want the hassle of the Career mode there is a Quick Play mode where you can get straight to the driving action.
The controls in Ferrari GT 3: World Track are very straightforward and will come easily to anyone who has played racing games for Java phones before. There is an interactive tutorial in case you want to practice a bit first, however.
The presentation of Ferrari GT 3: World Track is very good. Graphics are detailed and each model of Ferrari is recognizable. Backgrounds are good too, and it really feels like you're in that particular location. Gameloft has made the most of the Ferrari license right down to the trivia about the company that appears in loading screens.
On the subject of loading, this is one of the weak points of Ferrari GT 3: World Track for Java. Races can take an age to load, and you'll be waiting around long after you've read the Ferrari facts. The other major bugbear of Ferrari GT 3: World Track is lag, which is especially evident in older and less powerful mobiles.
Overall though, Ferrari GT 3: World Track is a slickly presented racing game with lots of game modes. It will appeal to all fans of the prancing horse.