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  • Summary: CLEAR YOUR SCHEDULE: MAD SKILLS BMX IS OUT!The makers of the most addictive racing game ever made, Mad Skills Motocross, have done it again. Apologize now to your girlfriend, boyfriend, wife or husband for all the time you’re about to spend on the best BMX racing arcade game of all time.FeaturesRACE 40 CHALLENGING TRACKS AND MORE TO COME!Beating Mad Skills BMX is no easy feat. To do so, you’ll need to be on your game through 40 rad levels in four different classes: Novice, Intermediate, Expert and Pro. Pedal, pump and flip your way through insane tracks as you find new lines to shave off precious seconds and improve your times. The more you play, the faster you get.UNBELIEVABLE PHYSICS AND INNOVATIVE NEW CONTROLS!Based on real BMX racing, the physics of Mad Skills BMX will blow your mind. Realism and arcade action combine for a completely unique experience. And innovative swipe controls make the game easy to control for beginners but a challenge to master for high-level gamers. You’ve never played a game like this before.COMPETE AGAINST YOUR FRIENDS!Connect to Facebook to race against your friends’ best times on every track, to watch replays of their times, and to fight your way up the leaderboards. And we’ll be adding more ways to connect with friends soon! Social gaming has never been so fun.CHANGE YOUR CHARACTER!Choose to race with a number of included characters, from the realistic to the fantastic. And if you’re one of the best in the world, you’ll earn an exclusive skin that even money can’t buy.MUSIC BY STRUNG OUT!Rock out to an awesome soundtrack by legendary punk band Strung Out, or race to your own music.AND MORE!? Interactive tutorial to learn how to shred.? TONS OF UPDATES TO COME, including new track packs and rider skins (both free and IAP), Game Center achievements, more ways to connect with friends for social play, and much more. We update like crazy!? Universal application: Buy it once and play it on all of your compatible iOS devices? Beautiful retina-optimized graphics for an amazing gameplay experience.See the official trailer here: Mad Skills BMX at Mad Skills BMX at this app! Just click the arrow beside the Buy App icon.Don’t miss Mad Skills Motocross, perhaps the most addictive game ever made for iOS! Expand
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  1. Aug 16, 2012
    With only a few competitive friends on your Facebook feed you're guaranteed a whole lot of fun from Mad Skills BMX; even without them you'll be hard pressed to beat the AI and unlock the game's secrets.
  2. Aug 29, 2012
    Very few things to complain about. We miss an actual multiplayer mode, or a full Game Center compatibility, but apart from that, it's entertaining, cheap and a universal app. We really think you'll love its offer, so it is definitely worth trying.
  3. Aug 16, 2012
    Learning curve aside, it's one of the most competent competitive racers available on the App Store, and the multiplayer and ghost-racing components will give you considerably more value for money than the majority of the competition will.
  4. Sep 21, 2012
    I really, really like Mad Skills BMX, and keeping in mind its challenge and somewhat steep learning curve, I still totally recommend giving it a try.
  5. Aug 16, 2012
    It isn't forgiving, and it forces you to get better, or simply accept your inferiority as a consumer of dirt. The challenge curve will be the direct determinant of whether or not you like the game: either you'll fight through and emerge victorious, or fail often and feel insulted.
  6. Aug 30, 2012
    I liked Mad Skills Motocross, but I can't get into the Swedes' BMX title. While the first races are quite entertaining, the controls are not precise enough for the later challenges.
  7. Aug 20, 2012
    Unrelentingly difficult, Mad Skills BMX doesn't offer up enough fun-shaped rewards to make the slog through its levels worthwhile.

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