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PostPosted: Sun Mar 30, 2003 10:02 am     Post subject: side motorcycle game Reply with quote

I have only a brief description, as I only remember a little about it. It was a side motorcycle game, but it wasn't a racing game "at least, the first like, 10 levels werent (thats how far I got) . It was an obstacle game. Each level had obstacles that you needed to complete. The first few levels were just small jumps, but then in later levels there were things you needed to avoid and other stuff like that. The sprites were pretty big, and the game wasn't really that detailed in colour. Does anyone know the name?
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2003 8:53 pm     Post subject: Old Side Motorcycle Game Reply with quote

Based on the description you have provided, I think I may know the game you are talking about. It was called Action Supercross. You can now find it on the web under the name Elasto Mania. This was a game I was long in search of. It is extremely addictive, I couldn't stop playing it, until I beat it. It is a side view motorcycle game. Where the rider has to eat all of the apples on the course, then grab the flower to advance to the next level. The graphics look like something out of South Park. And game play is very Elementary looking. But the simplicity of it is what makes this game so intriguing. Even if you think the game I'm describing, isn't what you're looking for, I would still suggest you check it out! It's awesome! You can find a shareware version at The full version with all 36 levels and a level editor, is only $9.95. A steal, considering the hours and even days worth of enjoyment you'll get out of it. Enjoy!
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