by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
On the same trail as many others sideview physics driving games, Neon Motocross lets us drive a vehicle, namely a Tronnish bike across a Tronnish landscape. The main new feature in this case is tilt control, which isn't as usual as you would think in this kind of games. Levels are challenging but very short, lasting for ten or twenty seconds, so records are decided by hundredths.
Graphics are, as you can see at the screenshots, vector-like, and game is smooth and is learned in a second. However, there're ads everytime, asking for a rating, a sponsored download or, here's the worst part, to buy nitro. Although it's bought with in-game currency, it's annoying to visit the shop to buy something given for granted in other games. Fortunately, in the shop you can also change your bike, though there aren't big differences between them aside of speed.
Anyway, a fun casual game.
Tags: neon motor cross video , neon motocross
by Peter , Appszoom
Sep 02, 2013
from 47.962 reviews