Another masterpiece from the creators of Traffic Racer. This time, you are behind the wheels of a motorbike in a much more detailed gaming experience, but also retaining the old school fun and simplicity.
Traffic Rider takes the endless racing genre to a whole new level by adding a full career mode, first person view perspective, better graphics and real life recorded bike sounds. The essence of smooth arcade racing is still there but in the shell of the next generation. Ride your bike in the endless highway roads overtaking the traffic, upgrade and buy new bikes to beat the missions in career mode.
Now it is time to hit the roads with a motorcycle!
- First person camera view
- 29 motorbikes to choose from
- Real motor sounds recorded from real bikes
- Detailed environments with day and night variations
- Career mode with 70+ missions
- Online leaderboards and 30+ achievements
- Support for 18 languages
- The faster you ride, the more scores you get
- When driving over 100 kmh, overtake traffic cars closely to get bonus scores and cash
- Driving in opposite direction in two-way gives extra score and cash
- Do wheelies to get extra score and cash
*** No Timers, No Fuel *** Just pure endless fun!
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- Added a new bike
- Bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This game is great!
When I first started playing, the mechanics of the game threw me off a little bit. But once you get used to the mechanics the game is a blast. This is definitely one of the best if not THE BEST motorcycle racing simulator I have found. The game design and graphics are great, and it keeps me entertained for hours. I won’t lie: the beginning of the game is a little tedious with the scooter as a starter. I invested ~$10 to buy the NJ350 and it was definitely worth it. The game itself is manageable if you’re strictly a free-to-play player, but I would highly recommend investing the $10 into the bike. The bike used to be incredibly overpowered to the point the game was too easy and not as much fun. They have made the bike a little less powerful, but not so much that it’s a waste to buy. It makes it easy enough to play the game without hoarding all your money to buy better stuff while also still being challenging enough (shoot for the bonus gold for a challenge) to make me want to keep playing it for hours. All in all: this game is great and if you love motorcycles like I do, it’s a great game to have to kill the time. Or just because you want to play it (which the game definitely makes you want to do).
The Best Game Ever!!!
If only the company didn’t stop here...it’d be so awesome to have a multi-player platform and to have races-like black, white, asians but also that could race each other. Also having turns would be the next step, traffic lights, cross traffic etc. then the ability to hit each other by leaning, punching, and kicking instead of the stupid look left look right function...then add weapons, cops, jumps, cows, biffing off your bike and running to find it and remount it and having the bike get damage until you run up to it and it explodes. Long live Road Rash...when will we see a ROAD RASH game updated to this game’s standards??? And should also include electric Bird scooters, visible/audible bike upgrades (exhaust, tires, a license plate, hand and bike signals, a clutch, dirt bike should be able to go off-road to make up for how slow it is...and maybe just maybe include Mario, Princess, and the gang)
Grind Endless One-way and you’ll level up.
Great game, limitless bike combinations, BUT. Campaign is extremely difficult- the only way to beat some of the levels is to somehow get your bike exactly on the double yellow lines, and just ride through and score points passing cars, but even that is limited. I love how challenging the game is, but it’s almost too challenging in campaign mode. Not to mention, some of the fastest bikes are also the crappiest bikes because even though they can have a lot of handling, it’s often not enough to, like say, swerve in and out of traffic.
The best bikes so far are the simple scooter you first get (it’s easy to control) the motorbike that costs around $10,000, and I’m still trying to find the other good ones.
However, this is NOT a pay-to-win thanks to Endless one-way mode. That’s often how I get the money to buy the bigger bikes. In fact, I have gone from level 3 to level 7, and then onward thanks to playing Endless One-way.
Endless One-way is basically the alternative to career mode, so if you encounter an impossible level, just head to Endless One-way, and pass some cars on the scooter!
- Soner Kara
- 233.2 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
- Age Rating
- © 2015 Soner Kara
- In-App Purchases
- 20,000 cash $1.99
- Key $1.99
- Starter Kit $6.99
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.