Before its second part was released a few years ago, Tron was a cult Disney movie that had almost been pushed into the background as if they weren't too proud of their production. It was the beginning of the 80's and they hadn't put too much effort into the film but they decided to prove the world that they had money and what they were capable of doing with it. The result with a rather peculiar product that was well received in certain sectors. If you're familiar with this movie, as soon as you start playing this game developed by Ketchapp it will spring to mind once again because the graphics are suspiciously similar.
Carry out crazy stunts whilst you drive around the endless world of Rider!
So, what's Rider all about?
The goal of this game is very simple: you'll start off with a rather ordinary bike that you'll have to accelerate (keeping your finger pressed) and doing all sorts of stunts and flips, and dodging all the obstacles your biker will come across: cliffs, lava, falling platforms, giant saws... There are over 32 levels full of fun and more than 100 challenges to be completed. As you advance through the game and complete missions, you'll be able to get hold of new vehicles, not only motorbikes, until you reach a grand total of forty (and another four secret ones). There are also ten themes with different colors that you can add to your achievements in Rider.
Collect 40 incredible motorbikes and 4 hidden vehicles.
Simple yet futuristic graphics
Well, it was futuristic back in the 80s', now it looks more retro. The black background contrasts with the bright colors of the bikes and tracks (any similarity to Tron is pure coincidence), and the music is typical of the eighties. The game is developed in two dimensions and the game takes place horizontally. In each game, you've only got one life and everything happens at full throttle. And you can obviously share your records and personal bests with your friends on social networks.