Stunt Master is a game created by 2D Play that has hundreds of weekly players. They command a nameless stunt master who’s mission is to become famous by conquering the world of Hollywood action films with insane stunts. Throughout the game the player has to master different types of vehicles as they drive and crash through various film set levels.
June 29, 2015
For anyone who likes “stick figure” Flash player sports games, Stickman Dirtbike by Noxgames is an excellent choice!
As the title suggest, Stickman Dirtbike requires the player to successfully handle a stick man on a dirtbike and complete a challenging timed race course that features high and low hills and dips, ramps and obstacles in 15 areas. Players obtain cash bonuses and achievement medals along the way as they pass various checkpoints in each level. These awards are tallied after completing a level. (more…)
May 11, 2015
If you are in search of a thrilling computer game that allows you to hop aboard your bike and race throughout the countryside at extreme high speeds, look no further than Motocross Dirt Challenge. (more…)
October 28, 2013
If you want a fun, easy way to pass the time and enjoy racing games, Solid Rider is the game for you. All you need is a computer and an internet connection. Although not technically a racing game, Solid Racer does incorporate many of the same aspects. You guide the dirt bike and rider through a series of levels and stunts, learning as you go along.
May 31, 2012
Moto Trial Fest 2 is a free flash-based game you can play at various free arcade websites online. The objective is to stay aboard your motorcycle while riding it across a variety of tricky landscapes. Riders start out riding across rolling, bouncing logs, up a sharp outcropping of rock, and sharply down the other side, where they will run smack into a rotten tree trunk which remains standing only so far as to block the path. Knock it down with the bike, and continue across. (more…)
July 11, 2011
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.
February 26, 2010