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Mar 16, 2010 | 6:31 PM EDT
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NeonRider is a fast paced reflex driving game. Drive your vehicule in the cyber world and try to finish the tracks as fast as possible. Change your bike color to stand on colored lines, collect bonus points and perform crazy flips! You will always be able to stand on blue lines. Use the minimap to plan your ride.

Controls
Space: restart level
Escape: end level
W: accelerate
S: brake
A: tilt left
D: tilt right
Arrow keys: change color (there is a reminder on the hud)

Reviews


suvmusiksuvmusik

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 10, 2010

awesome!

Pure fun!



oiMateoiMate

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 9, 2010

Very nice

I liked it, very smooth, and a simply game that anyone could play, yet a bit challenging at times ;).

I finished it :D



SindreadSindread

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 24, 2010

Great

Amazing Quality, Great music, Challenging and Well done! i had a lot of fun playing it, different from other motorbike games, Good Job!



Katgirl900214Katgirl900214

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 22, 2010

Good but not great

This game is fun, or at least it could be. One of my ma issues is that I find it easy to just hold the "w" key and easily pass a level. There is no skill required to plat this game. Also when you pass a level you have to return to the level screen to pick a new one. A "next" button or maybe a tap of the space bar would make it easier to go from level to level. Lastly like a few mentioned before there should be a level editor. It would be fun. Great graphics, good gameplay, and nice music.



juknjujuknju

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 17, 2010

Great

The controls are fun and it's an interesting idea. Great execution as well. However I have 2 gripes with it. The first is the length of the levels. Only the last one felt like a complete level. And also, there's no level editor. I think something like that would give it a lot more staying power. Really fun nonetheless.