Neon Rider is a free arcade game developed by Joey Betz. It is a bike racing game done in a 80s style. Getting inside is as easy as pressing a “Begin” button with no registration and e-mail confirmation required. There are twenty levels that you can play on including Introductory level as well as those that are more challenging, such as Over the Edge, Red Snake or Evil Spaghetti.
Once you enter it, you are thrown into cyber space with neon lights showing you the way. Everything is clearly visible including your time, W A S D keystroke controls that you use for controlling the bike, the terrain in front of you, as well as other options. So getting to know this game is a real no brainer.
Of course, the objective of Neon Rider is to stay on the colored line and get to the exit in the least amount of time. If you do it fast enough, you can even earn a bonus. Each level can take you anywhere between 5 and 35 seconds to finish, but you have to finish the previous one before you can move to more advanced one. You can restart the game by hitting space keystroke.
The coolest part of this game for me was the neon light trail that the bike leaves behind, especially when it goes up in the air. Also, nicely done is the option to shut out the music and sound, so you don’t need to bother anyone during your little indulgences.