MotoGT is a multiplatform 2D top-viewed motorcycle racing game.
In career mode you start with a regular bike, but when you win races you get experience, and experience lets you improve your bike. You can choose between 15 bikes and start a professional career. By winning races and championships, you earn experience to improve your bike, and you can also unlock some extra features.
Riding them in the right place, you can feel the same adrenaline level that a MotoGP racer feels while going over 300 km/h, and you also get a bonus: it’s your own power, not an engine. All the AI computer racers are named after some legendary GT’s mountain bike model.
- 15 different bike colours.
- 12 different tracks.
- Night races.
- Weather conditions.
- Quickrace and Career modes.
- Three-stage race weekend.
- Championship mode.
- Tunable graphic details.
- Ambient and fx sounds.
- Integrated help system.
- Joystick support.
- Reworked game options.
- On screen map and information.
- Widescreen support.
- Multilingual: Spanish and English.
Developer: Pablo Novara
License: GNU GPL v2
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