100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Smooth use of the accelerometer
- Overall, no complaints.
Ride your dirt bike tilting your phone with Trial Xtreme.
From the old times of California Games for Lynx (and even before), gamers have been crazy about smashing dirt bikes against walls and slipping over insane ramps. Nothing has changed since then.
Well. One thing does have changed, indeed. The use of the accelerometer to control the rider, weighting his body back or forwards to keep balance the best way you can. Rule is: if you fall you must start over the level. It's as fun as tricky at the start, but the rag doll physics are well done and game restarts quickly, so addiction is guaranteed. Meanwhile, try to do all the stunts you can and file your best time before sharing your record via Openfeint. If you don't feel comfortable tilting your phone left and right your can change the controls from the settings menu and play with on-screen buttons, but it isn't by far as fun.
This paid version is complete with all 60 levels and bike packs. If you want to try it out before, there's a nice demo with the first five levels.
Galapagos is a well-known Android games developer. Their games are better each time.
Try to achieve the quickest time possible on each level – thus you can become the world champion. PLAY, HAZARD, WIN!
* Addictive gameplay
* Accelerometer control
* Physics-based vitual reality
* Rag doll crash physics
* 60 increasingly challenging levels
* Cross the start line to launch the timer
* To go faster drive you rear wheel only
* Lean forward to climb up
* Lean backward when you land
*Minor bug fixes and improvements.
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Peter Warrior.
U guys shoud get this game it is so cool .
Tilt control reaction time is horrible.
By far the best trial bike game ever.
I'm with Sean.
This is the original Trial Extreme and the best... by a huge margin. It's actually fun to complete the courses in the fastest possible time without worrying about collecting any stupid & unnecessary coins. And it's your riding skills not a stupid bounce