Introducing: Bike Rivals

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Start your engines!

Bike Rivals is our latest game: an extreme stunt racer in insane environments with tons of tracks, unlockable bikes, and both single-player and multiplayer modes.

Each track is packed with obstacles to overcome on your way to the finish line. Outrun rampaging boulders, land a precision jump on a boat, twist through loops and flip upside down to ride along cavern roofs – each track has its own particular challenges as you try to set the best time possible and beat your friends.

Bike Rivals combines both touch and tilt controls: tap to accelerate, brake and use nitro boosts, but also tilt to angle your bike into flips, wheelies, and precision landings. You’re racing against the clock, but this isn’t a game where you can hold down the accelerator and zip through each track: you’ll need to carefully balance speed with making sure your bike lands on both wheels. Or avoid bashing your head on the ceiling. Or getting crushed by a falling rock. Or falling into a lake. Or getting blown to bits by an exploding barrel.

There are a whole host of bikes to unlock, each with a distinct style and different attributes. Some have higher top speeds, others handle better and some have that extra acceleration boost you’ll need to fly through a loop from a standing start.

Bike Rivals is still in development, but over the next few weeks we’ll be bringing you regular blog updates from the games team, as well as exclusive behind-the-scenes info on how the game is coming along. Make sure you subscribe to our blog and follow the official @Miniclip Twitter account to get all the latest details.

In the meantime, check out some of these first-look Bike Rivals screenshots!

The Details

Name: Bike Rivals

Platforms: iOS and Android

Price: Free

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4 replies

  1. I’ve had this happen at least a dozen times, where I beat the level under the time limit and I don’t get the stars to move on. It makes me think that they would do that so you HAVE to pay for the extra levels.

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