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Feb 7, 2013 | 10:06 PM EST

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Free Rider 3 is the long awaited sequel to Free Rider 2! Find out why over 100 million players have driven this BMX rider to his death in the most addictive bike game of all time. Play thousands of community created tracks or draw your own track!

- Left/Right arrow to lean
- Up/Down arrow to pedal and brake
- Enter to restart
- Z to change direction
- Scroll Wheel OR + / to Zoom In/Out
- C toggle steady cam (enable to keep zoom stable!)
- AWSD move camera (click + drag in play mode)
- SPACE to pause

Drawing Tools + Key Commands
- see help, there are lots!

*** UPDATE 12/02/2013 ***
Based on feedback we added the track editor back into the game. Uploading of tracks is still only available at Kano Games.

*** UPDATE 13/02/2013 ***
Major bug fix that crashed various flash versions.

*** UPDATE 07/03/2013***
Checkpoints added to editor and tracks created with them!



Rated 2 / 5 stars February 10, 2013

i think u got some bugs guy, guy keeps falling off for no reason into oblivion

kanogames responds:

Hmmm could you give us some more details? Does the track not show up or does the rider just bail at certain sections of the track?


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars February 10, 2013

It isn't any different from the first two games, and it seems to me like it's a complete advertisement for your website, pressing "create a track" just reverts back to your website, and same goes for the "more tracks" button, if anything, this is a demo for "Free Rider 3" or an advertisement of some sort, considering it isn't complete, it gives you a demonstration of the games features, and that's about it.

To put my review short, it's highly unoriginal and it's basically the exact same thing as the first two "Free Rider" games with VERY minor changes, plus it isn't even the full game, it's a demo for the full game, which links people back to your website in order to give you more traffic, and I wouldn't have ANY problems with this if the game was titled "Free Rider 3 DEMO" or something along the lines of that.

- Satan

kanogames responds:

As mentioned to another player, we actually made quite a few changes and additions over FR2.

Here are some of them:
- larger playing area
- improved performance
- best time replay per track to challenge/race friends
- player saved replays
- official FR3 track database
- added functionality to editor

And most important change, a full active dev team behind the game!

Unfortunately not all the functionality could be added to the distributable version.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars February 10, 2013

Pretty much this game is another version of Canvas Rider,but with added details to it.In my opinion I think that this game does not match up to Canvas Rider.I mean,I'v rode all the tracks on it from the original...

kanogames responds:

As you may not be aware, the game you mentioned was an unlicensed version of Free Rider 2 built as an experiment where code was taken from FR2 Flash Version, that site has since been updated appropriately with the release of FR3.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars February 10, 2013

There are 10 featured tracks that anyone can play with this version.
Pressing more tracks or create a track takes you to the creators site.
The other versions had built in editors this one doesn't.

so all in all it's not much of a game really, more of an advergame to get people to visit the creators site.

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kanogames responds:

Thanks for the feedback Uglygit!

We added the track editor into the game earlier this week based on players feedback like yours! To upload a track it will still take you to Kano Games.

We are currently working on getting checkpoints into the game so that when players die they don't have to start all the way from the beginning of the track.

Unfortunately there is a limitation to the features that require authentication that we can provide in just the flash version of the game versus the experience that is provided on Kano Games.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars February 10, 2013

I dont really like it that much. The reason why is that the controls are too slipery, idk how to get on oher veichle. but ill goin=vd you some credit for making another goame of our all time beloved track game!