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  • Summary: Tour the world, travel through space, and go back in time all on your crazy bike!
    Tons of content: Try to clear all 295 stages!
    Visit major cities around the globe in the World Tour, the stars and planets of the Milky Way in the Galaxy Tour, and time periods inhabited by dinosaurs,
    Tour the world, travel through space, and go back in time all on your crazy bike!
    Tons of content: Try to clear all 295 stages!

    Visit major cities around the globe in the World Tour, the stars and planets of the Milky Way in the Galaxy Tour, and time periods inhabited by dinosaurs, pirates, and samurai in Time Rider!
    40 different bike collectibles!

    The more you play, the more bikes you’ll unlock! Each one shares a common trait: they’re absolutely absurd. Tired of the same old bike? Then try jumping over obstacles with a pizza or cup of coffee on your head! Collect them all to show everyone just how crazy of a rider you are!
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  1. Jan 18, 2021
    70
    A video game that does not invent the wheel but that is very entertaining. Very cheap but poor technically.
  2. Dec 3, 2020
    65
    Crazy BMX World contains excellent games that have aged gracefully, but it’s strangely just okay as a compilation. While a real value, the linear design (and lack of Pro controller support) sizably hurt it. I hope it gets a patch asap.
  3. Nov 11, 2020
    60
    Simple, functional, reasonably amusing, but nothing we haven’t seen a thousand times before: that’s Crazy BMX World. This is essentially a stage-based auto-runner where you need to speed up, slow down, jump, and double-jump as needed to make it to the goal. You also need to try to collect three medals in each stage, as you’ll need them to make progress. You’ll earn gacha tickets for clearing stages, which can be exchanged for new bikes and costumes. There really isn’t much to this, but what’s here largely works as you would expect. My only gripe is that it’s sometimes hard to keep an eye on your little dude against the colorful and busy backdrops. For the price, this is fine.