Asphalt 8: Airborne Cheats and Tips- The Alps
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Asphalt 8 Track Tips
Asphalt 8: Airborne is available on iOS and Android, and we checked out the tracks to provide you with strategies to get the most from each race.
For our latest tips feature, we head to the Alps, where snowy mountains will greet you at every turn. You have no time to sightsee, though, as a first place victory is within reach. Here's how to get it.
-When you start, you'll see some Nitros you can pick up, along with a ramp to the left. The Nitro to the right is the best option, since most opponents won't pick it up. You can take a chance on the ramp, but make sure you prepare for the turning road ahead.
-Once you land - or proceed forward, take the upper path to the right. You'll find a quicker route, along with a corkscrew ramp that will give you some extra airtime and boost power.
-From there, the road will divide again, between a snowy path on the right and a general path to the left. Don't ignore the snowy road. In fact, it's the better route to take, provided you have a car with good speed and a little extra boost. Don't worry about the rocks or the containers in your way - your car will plow right through them.
-At the end of the right path, take one of the corkscrew jumps. You'll catch significant air and land back on the main road.
-Use this straight path as an opportunity to burn extra boost to keep ahead of the other racers. It goes for a little bit before things pick up again.
-Up next, you'll have another dividing path. One takes you on a weird-looking bridge to the right, and the other to a smaller road on the left. Both paths work well, as the right one offers extra Nitros at the beginning to keep ahead, and the left has a few ramps. You can even jump from the left path to the right if you're good enough, timing a ramp boost to give you the necessary air. Who knows, you might snag an extra Nitro on the way.
-Surprise, the road splits up again after that, with a straightaway on the right hand side and some ramps on the left. Again, no matter which route you take, you'll do well, as the right is a shorter and straight path with a couple of tight turns, and the left has some additional ramps.
-After that, watch out for some of the ice patches on the ground - they'll shine in the distance - and use one last boost to take (and keep) the lead.