Carnival is like Forza Horizon, but from Chinese developers
Carnival can be played on Android in China and other countries if you have an installation file.
Carnival is a mobile game that goes through a beta testing in China. You get 3 unlicensed cars, one of which looks like a Lamborghini. The developers promise different biomes and a fairly open world, but the graphics are still lacking — low resolution and slow scene rendering make far-away objects appear like 2D models from the PS1 era.
Another bad thing about Carnival is that there's no collision system, and you can just drive through some objects near the road, like streetlights. And although the developers have added drifting, it stays the same no matter what ground you're on — asphalt or dirt. The main menu interface is also lacking, but there are small touches that the game already has, like kicking some whales from beaches to the sea again.
Carnival often gets patches, with the latest optimizing the overall experience. And if the official Chinese page of this game is to be believed, you can play this game even offline. Unfortunately, it seems there's no multiplayer so far. Stay tuned for more news.
[Update, 08/12/22] The developers of this game are from Hong Kong.