20 Games Like 3D Stunt Rider(TBA)
Kikstart is a motorcycle trials racing game it allowed 2-player simultaneous (via a split-screen facility) or 1-player, vs-computer play. The basic premise of the game is to control a bike using acceleration, braking, "hopping" and "wheelies" to navigate across a course of various obstacles, from ramps and gates to telephone boxes and tires.
The smoothest, most realistic arcade motorcycle game ever hits the Amiga with the arrival of Prime Mover. Featuring 5 awesome bikes, a huge selection of the most challenging tracks from around the world and realistic and testing riding conditions, Prime Mover screams onto the grid and into pole position ahead of all the competition. So if you want to sample the power and sheer excitement of the international bike racing circuit, then Prime Mover is the clear winner.
Get in the saddle and ride in this great motorbike racing game! Choose from a variety of powerful bikes (including Enduro and Road Bikes) and race against some extremely tough opponents! Ride as fast as you can to the sound of stirring biking music - but ride to win! Great graphics, a variety of bikes, and addictive arcade action combine to make this a mega playable racing game!
The Cycles: International Grand Prix Racing wraps you around the chassis of the fastest bikes ever built as you compete in the International Grand Prix of motorcycle racing.
Laguna Seca. Le Mans. Salzburg. Crisscross the globe to do battle with the world's greatest racers in the sport's premier events.
Who's got the guts? Who wants the glory? Who'll hoist the trophy of world champion?
The only motorcycle game with a first-person perspective.
True racing realism. Look over the handlebars and see the pavement disappear under your wheels. Sense the undeniable rush of full-throttle speed.
Race on 15 authentic Grand Prix courses.
Tracks like Suzuka in Japan put a premium on handling and acceleration. From Australia to Brazil, you'll file down the foot pegs on the most grueling layouts in motorsports.
Choose from 5 different skill levels.
Will the racer in front of you blast into the lead or dump his bike trying? Each skill level alters the racing ability of the competition. (Nothing quite like wiping out at 90 mph. How do you say "ouch" in Italian?)
Race in 3 different performance classes.
Ride a bullet or a bumble bee. Choose either 500cc, 250cc, or 125cc class races. Check out this baby's specs. It's one road rocket with a license to thrill.
Compete against 9 of the circuit's best Grand Prix riders.
Don't look behind you know but there's a pack of hungry road warriors right on your tail. There guys chew asphalt for breakfast and burp exhaust. Better eat your Wheaties.
MotoGP puts you behind the handlebars of some of the fastest machines on two wheels. Take control of any of the bikes and riders from the world of Grand Prix Motorcycle racing, and race across 10 real-world tracks in a variety of game modes. In Grand Prix and Training modes, you can develop your own rider's attributes and then race to unlock tracks, riders, cheats, and bikes. Show off your speed and style in single-player tournaments or multiplayer races.
MotoGP '07 features complete rider and team data, new 800cc MotoGP bikes and all 18 circuit of the 2007 MotoGP season. The title also features interactive track-side crowds, on-line tournament features, on-line "pink slip" racing, and a revamped Extreme mode. The revamped Extreme mode allows for over one million possible bike customizations.
In addition, minor gameplay changes have been made to the handling and braking to allow for easier player accessibility. Changes to acceleration and deceleration have been made to add to the realism which will make turns easier to navigate through. Slight fishtailing with hard braking has been put in to give a better feel for the handling of the bike and to let the player know how effective their braking is.
MotoGP '06 is a Grand Prix motorcycle racing video game exclusively for the Xbox 360. The developer and publisher say that it offers better graphics and more races than have been featured in previous games. To make it more realistic enhanced lighting is used to show sun reflections come off the motorbikes and tracks. New features include a new season mode, new riders, bikes and tracks. The "extreme mode" featured in MotoGP 3: Ultimate Racing Technology is enhanced for the Xbox 360. In the predecessor 16 players could race online but now in this installment the player can race up to 20 players online.
The MotoGP '06 demo is available to download via the Xbox Live Marketplace. It allows the player to race as Nicky Hayden on the Mugello or Ricard as well as playing online with a 3 lap race of up to 16 players.
The gameplay is very similar to past games by Namco, like MotoGP (PS2) and MotoGP 2 (PS2). MotoGP 3 is based off the 2002 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season, but with the introduction of four stroke bikes, the gameplay has some slight differences. The new 990cc 4-stroke bikes are faster, but tend to be a bit of a handful while the 500cc 2-strokes are less faster but slightly better to handle.
MotoGP returns with challenging tracks, different gameplay modes, and online play. In MotoGP 2, you'll race against the top 20 riders in the world at speeds of 180mph around turns and corners with your knee inches from the ground. It's up to you to find the perfect combination of rider and bike to suit your style. Races take place on 16 tracks in all weather conditions. Challenge yourself to master these obstacles in all six single-player game modes and in online multiplayer matches for up to 16 players.
Mach Rider (マッハライダー Mahha Raidā) is a futuristic driving video game created by Nintendo. It was first released on October 18, 1985 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, as one of the 18 initial launch games. A month later, on November 21, the title was released in Japan. On March 15, 1987 it was released in Europe and Australia. In July 2007 a modified version was released on the Wii's Virtual Console, which allowed designed tracks to be saved.
Motorbike racer set in the Top Gear series. The Championship mode has you alternating between dirt and street racing as you compete for points. You earn new bikes and courses along the way like many other games, but interesting twist is going from one kind of racing to the other. The physics of each type of racing are very different, and you'll have to switch back and forth between dirt and racing tactics on the fly. The dirt bike racing is a lot more arcadey with all of the jumps and wide open tracks. You can earn turbo by pulling off tricks and there's really nothing to stop you from testing your stunt skills while racing except your own nerve and imagination. In this way, Hyperbike is like Hydro Thunder where you're expected to lean on that turbo button the whole time and it's up to your racing skills to ensure there's turbo available.