Extreme Motorbikers 1.58
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A game that’s hard due to its physics
Visually, Extreme Motorbikers isn’t all that bad. Track and environment design are good but the animations are kind of bad. Your racer doesn't really stand out when compared to the others, except for the shirt color and the fact that the camera chases just you.
Sometimes it feels like the races are between clones of the same man who are put to race each other to the death. You and the AI can kick other racers off the suspended track or into barrels filled with fuel which will explode on impact, throwing everyone around up in the air.
In terms of competition, the AI racers aren't all that hard to beat, in fact, overtaking them is very easy. Your main problem will be the actual physics. They act up a lot of the time. A simple crash can leave your racer tipped over the bike, unable to get up and after a while of struggle, your bike simply blows up. There are plenty of bugs in gameplay that might just end up annoying you.
Unique tracks to race on
The best thing about the game are the tracks themselves. As mentioned before, they are very well-thought-out, full of challenging curves to take and loads of obstacles to avoid. You will be racing on several tracks per chapter and each one is different and more difficult than the previous.
After completing each race in one of the top three positions, you get a certain number of points which you can spend to upgrade your bike’s engine, transmission or chassis.
A game that’s worth playing if you don't mind the bugs
To wrap things up, Extreme Motorbikers is by all means a fun game to play. It actually is challenging and being able to kick other racers somehow adds a lot more to the enjoyment factor.
Extreme Motorbikers was reviewed by Alexandru Chirila, last updated on November 25th, 2014