Are you a fan of trial games? Rushing through levels, pulling off insane stunts, watching the environment alter and/or be destroyed around you, while attempting to speed to the end banner in the quickest time possible can be quite the experience. Trial Xtreme 3, published by DeeMedya, has raced on to the Windows Phone Store with enough fuel available for hours of bike riding.
Reportedly accumulating over 50 million downloads cross-platform, it's positive to see the game come to Microsoft's mobile platform. If you're already a fan of the Trial Xtreme series of games, you'll definitely want to check out this instalment, sporting new innovations and other features. Did we mention that there are 112 courses on offer to run through?
As lightly touched on above, players are able to battle with friends' times and scores for the race title, while carefully controlling the bike to ensure their rider doesn't fall off when performing stunts mid-air. There are hundreds of mines, water pipes and even wrecked cars to navigate past.
Here are same features highlighted on the Windows Phone store listing:
- New, advanced physics engine which revolutionizes gameplay
- 32 free levels out of a total of 112 levels across 6 worlds and hundreds of new obstacles
- Play alone or head to head
- Different high score table for every level
- Customize your bike and rider
- Play with phone’s accelerometer or buttons
- High resolution graphics for both phones and tablets
The graphics and visual effects are stunning, which shouldn't be surprising considering the fact we've begun to see some real good-looking titles hit the Windows Phone Store (Asphalt 8 and Temple Run 2 to name but a few).
If you're one to customise your characters when playing through such games, you'll be pleased to learn that there are numerous options available in-game to personalise your bike and rider, should you have the dosh to do so.
Since this is a free title there are some in-app purchases available to bump up your cash flow. You can purchase packs of coins starting from 20,000 ($0.99) to the massive vault of 1,500,000 ($49.99). Also, if you'd like to check out the Xtreme level pack, you'll need to drop a further $1.99 into the pot. Not a deal breaker since the game is essentially free and you've got a bunch of levels already and cash can be earned through play.
You can download Extreme Trials 3 from the Windows Phone Store for free. Thanks, guyjkh, for the tip!
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