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  • Summary: RedLynx has extended its hugely popular Trials 2 motorcycle game into a completely new level. Trials 2 Second Edition includes 40 different tracks, own player profiles, team building, statistics, achievements, global high-scores, online replays and much, much more.

    Trials 2 Second Edition
    RedLynx has extended its hugely popular Trials 2 motorcycle game into a completely new level. Trials 2 Second Edition includes 40 different tracks, own player profiles, team building, statistics, achievements, global high-scores, online replays and much, much more.

    Trials 2 Second Edition is a motorcycle game that emphasizes balance, skill and control over speed. You, as the player, try to tackle indoor obstacle tracks with minimum faults, as fast as possible. The tracks consist of logs, truck tires, horizontal ladders, metal ramps, jumps over concrete pipes, scaffoldings reaching staggering heights, etc. To succeed, you need to simultaneously control the bike and the driver’s posture, sometimes advancing inch by inch, sometimes hitting full throttle to jump over flaming barrels. Due to the realistic RedLynx Trials-physics model, there are no predefined action keys or moves: The player is in complete control of every outcome. This offers total freedom on how the tracks are completed, and makes this a game of real skill. In Trials 2 Second Edition, Trials 2 is expanded into a completely new level. Fasten your helmet, and prepare for bruises.
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  1. Dec 2, 2011
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    Bone crunchingly hard...even with a game controller. The game mechanics and physics just seem completely abnormal and take all enjoyment outBone crunchingly hard...even with a game controller. The game mechanics and physics just seem completely abnormal and take all enjoyment out of the game letting frustration take over. Collapse