Mad Skills BMX 2 has finally arrived! See for yourself why Mad Skills games have been installed more than 40 million times worldwide, by action sports enthusiasts, professional athletes, and casual gamers alike. This is side-scrolling racing action as you’ve never experienced it, racing against people from across the globe on carefully designed tracks that will challenge your skills and — sometimes — your sanity.
* Amazing physics that combine arcade fun with key elements of realism
* 7 different bikes that can be unlocked, upgraded, and customized
* Tons of rider customization options to help you achieve your own on-track look
* Dozens of hand-crafted tracks, with more added every single week for free
* Weekly Jam competitions carried over from the smash-hit game Mad Skills Motocross 2
* Competition with friends, people from your state or region, and international players
* Evil bosses to defeat — a Mad Skills first!
* Dozens of fun achievements to unlock
Mad Skills BMX 2 will get major developer support, ensuring tons of meaningful updates in the weeks, months, and years to come. We already have additional game modes in the works!
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+ Improves performance.
+ Adds an option to improve performance further by decreasing the graphics quality.
+ Fixes crashes and app freezes.
Ratings and Reviews
Where do I start with this game Jesus. We can start by saying the first one was way better. The fact that you can’t even select a track if you just want to mess around and kill an hour is really stupid. If you want to do that you have to click on a difficulty setting and the game randomly picks a track for you WHY!!!! Another thing is that this game try’s to say that the bike makes you faster which in real life that is not the case. You can ride any bike and be fast. Each bike in the game has stats that include speed, jump, and pump which the stats should go to the rider selection instead of the bikes. The riders don’t even have stats, they’re just there to look good. It should be that the rider has the stats and the bike should just be for show, but unfortunately it’s not. I will say that this game did do some things better than the first. First off the npc that you race is actually decent and you have to actually try, which I like. Second I like the controls in this game it does feel smoother and a little easier but it would be cool if you had an option to go back and switch to the old style. All and all this game does kill at least 5 to 10 min but not an hour like everyone hoped. Hopefully this game maybe gets another sequel and maybe they can work on the big mistakes and maybe give us cool features like full customizable bikes, but who knows.
I really appreciate that you guys put in the effort to make a second version but it is not up to par with the first one. I would be way happier and more satisfied if you would update the old one to make it compatible with modern devices. Back to this game, it’s an alright game but it is to Arcady. It is also about money now, not just track times or racing. You win money to buy new bikes and upgrade old ones to make them faster instead of it just being an even playing field, they are also rockets now to make it even more uneven. The lines are also more defined and less up to your discretion, there are buttons to jump and pump so you can’t control the power in a jump or pump like before. This means that you often over or under jump/pull/manual things. If you are under jumping something the only way to make it is to get a better faster bike with the in-game money (or you can buy it with real money). Moving on, this game also has ads, they aren’t overbearing but they are annoying. All together this just seems like a cash grab when people would be much happier with an updated first game.
DONT WASTE YOUR TIME
Listen.... There is nothing more frustrating than downloading a game to past the time, that has amazing graphics, but then in return obviously cheats so bad it makes you want to throw your phone across the room. Seriously guys, if you’re going to create a video game don’t make it so hard that you have to spend hundreds of dollars to make it fun. I would have rather paid $4.99 one time and enjoy the game instead of what you did here. I would’ve even shared the game and recommended it to friends and family members. Now you’re only going to get $1.00 and I’m uninstalling and not suggesting to anyone because it’s obvious what you’re trying to do. You’re trying to get people so frustrated that they just end up spending money to upgrade the bikes but that still won’t allow you to progress further through the game. You have created a way for the bike not to jump when the up button is pressed and the most annoying glitch is when you just go off a jump and hit the jump button you do a backflip for no reason. Even if you just bunny hop, backflip. This game is pure BS and it’s really sad because you can tell some put some time into the graphics but Someone driven by money coded the game to cheat. Someone drop the ball!
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- 222.1 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
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- In-App Purchases
- A Stack of Gold $0.99
- A Big Stack of Gold $4.99
- A Briefcase Full of Gold $9.99
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