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Mad Skills Motocross

Mad Skills Motocross

Mad Skills Motocross is a fast and furious arcade motocross game. Natural physics and yet simple controls makes this game fun to play where you can really feel the speed and the pain of the ragdoll riders scraping along the ground.

In this game, you are a motocross stuntman. Your only goal is to compete against other motocross stuntmen. However, to get as good as your competitors you will need lots of practice, as the tracks have increasingly difficult jumps, ramps, and bumps to traverse.

Mad Skills Motocross shares some similiarities with Excitebike, a classic motocross racing video game developed by Nintendo, dating back to 1984.

Unlike most other sidescrolling motocross games, Mad Skills Motocross is not about puzzles and obstacles. It is about racing against the computer or against friends. Getting to the finish line in the shortest time possible is the primary goal, while pulling off backflips, frontflips, wheelies and more is the secondary goal.

 MSM

Price
7.67

Developer
turborilla

Website
madskillsmotorcross.com

Requirements
Java Runtime Environment 1.5

Support:
Facebook

Selected Reviews:
Macworld, Out of Eight, Jay is Games

Features include:

  • Enjoy over 50 career tracks, in 5 divisions
  • Complete 12 challenge tracks
  • High quality physics engine
  • Have fun with the 5 power-ups including wings to jump further
  • Jumparoo, Nitro, Glider, Jetshoes and Turbo-Charger
  • Make your own tracks with a powerful editor
  • Keep your game updated automatically

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