Mad Skills Motocross 3 9+

Best motorcycle racing game


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“If you’re looking for the best mobile motocross game there is, just get Mad Skills Motocross 3.” - Justin Cooper, 2021 West Supercross Champion

“I’ve never met a motocross racer who hasn’t played Mad Skills Motocross. It’s legendary in the sport.” - David Pingree, former pro racer and current host of the Whiskey Throttle Show

“I will destroy David Pingree at Mad Skills Motocross 3.” -- Grant Langston, former world champion and AMA motocross champion

The wait is over. Mad Skills Motocross 3 has finally arrived.

With mind-blowing physics, endless customization, hundreds of tracks and exciting online multiplayer events, Mad Skills Motocross 3 sets the standard for side-scrolling racing games. Its amazing 3D art, realistic bike sounds and energetic original soundtrack help to capture the spirit and aggression of real motocross racing, but its simple controls make it easy to learn for even the most casual players. But understand: It’s called Mad Skills for a reason. This game will challenge you like no other racing game can. After all, motocross is not supposed to be easy.

Mad Skills Motocross 3 includes:

The bikes in Mad Skills Motocross 3 are a dream to race. This is why real motocross racers across the globe gravitate to this game above all others. You’ll feel the acceleration, the weight of the bike, the torque and the suspension. And for the first time ever in Mad Skills Motocross, you can whip your bike.

Equip your rider with an incredible selection of real-life and fantasy gear brands, creating millions of possible combinations. Collect new bikes and upgrade their parts to fit your riding style. Show off your own personal look in online competitions and against friends.

Mad Skills Motocross 3 features hundreds of expertly designed tracks, and new tracks will be added to the game every week, indefinitely. There’s always something new and challenging to conquer, including exciting online multiplayer events.

Universal application. Connect to Facebook, GameCenter, or Sign in with Apple, and your game progress and purchases will sync between devices.

Requires iOS 10 or later.


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While this app is free to download and play, there are some items in the game that cost real money. You have the option to subscribe to a Mad Skills Pro Pass for $11.99 / month (or local equivalent price). The payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the period ends. Your iTunes Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the amount of $11.99. Auto-renewal can be turned off in your device's settings after purchase. You get all Mad Skills Pro Pass benefits as soon as you subscribe.

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What’s New

Version 3.0.5

+ Fix problems in the League game mode.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
91.9K Ratings

91.9K Ratings

Aidoicoz ,

Great but more I'd like to see in the future.

Me personally the game is great however there is more I'd like to see. Firstly some supercross features would be nice in the next MSMX adding turns that would switch the direction you go in. Secondly being able to change the direction you whip in because not everyone goes sideways in the same way. Doing that would add variety and a more you feel when playing. Thirdly a much more gradual progression because after bike 2 the progression between bikes becomes way too long, and can have people play for a couple days and quit right after because it just takes too long. You could have a quicker way to make money early game because a lot of stuff feels restricted due to the jam events requiring a way higher level bike than you already have. Finally, I'd like to see some controller support and being able to change keybinds because of how I said with the whips and everyone plays differently.

cDubzMX ,

Pretty good! Just a couple things…

I’ve been playing for about a month now. As a general review, I like this game! Lots of game modes to enjoy, good characterization and mechanics that allow you to get better over time. I’ve seen a lot of people complain about PTW, but the game has a random daily rewards that gives you in-game currency like every 7 hours. I just get on twice a day to collect the daily rewards in the shop. Also, the MX Factory challenges give you gear and bike decals upon completion. So really, you can customize your rider early in the game as long as you know where to look for free. Also, there isn’t anything so far that I’ve seen you pay for that’s not just cosmetics, so I’m not sure what exactly is the pay to win component everyone is mentioning…

My main complaints are two things: the ads are the first. I had the game no more than 2 days and decided to buy the ad remover (my only purchase so far). That on its own made the experience way better. It was giving me an ad after every single track completion, which quickly became annoying. But secondly, the wheelie scrub tutorial is horribly difficult to complete. While the other tutorials have the NPC trainer “mess up” a small section giving you a chance to beat it, the wheelie scrub requires you to be near perfect compared to the rest. I’ve been stuck on it for a week and I’m starting to get frustrated. But other than that, I like the game!

read-th1s-p0st_Rob/!lox ,

I like it a lot! Just a couple things

I remember when this first came out and you had a lot of ads in the game and people did not like the new bike earning system and slightly pixel-y graphics, but you read every review and took suggestions and creating what I believe is truly the best simulation of dirt bike racing on a phone. I have had no issues besides my controls messing up randomly, (Rarely) but I think two things could change, but if you don’t end up changing anything I am fine with it, just suggesting: The first thing I think could be changed is indeed the cash for the bikes. I feel like it was more fun to have to challenge yourself to different things for bikes, instead of taking time for coins for almost everything. My second and last thing I think you could change is the shape of the helmet for different gear sets and brands. I personally think the shape of the helmet is kinda ugly, (no offense) but I don’t really care too much about it, however I think it would be cool. If you happened to have read this, I’m sorry for adding such a long review, so have a nice day and thank you for reading. :)
So the game is still the same, still a little pixel-y but it’s fine. I made this edit because I recently deleted the game in extreme anger and when I tried to log back in it gave me an endless loading screen, this has happened to me twice and I don’t know why


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