Professional BMX Simulator

Professional BMX Simulator

Professional BMX Simulator is the successor to BMX Simulator and has the same gameplay principle: racing on top-down circuits against the clock. The most apparent improvement to the predecessor is that there are four athletes on the course; all...

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Name Professional BMX Simulator
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Platform Sinclair ZX Spectrum
Release Date 1989
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Bob Stevenson, David Whittaker, James Wilson, KAL, The Oliver Twins
Publishers Code Masters Plus
Genres Action
Max Players 4
Cooperative No
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Community Rating: 2.5
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Professional BMX Simulator is the successor to BMX Simulator and has the same gameplay principle: racing on top-down circuits against the clock. The most apparent improvement to the predecessor is that there are four athletes on the course; all either controlled by human players or the AI. However, despite the opponents a single-player race simply requires a certain amount of laps within a time limit. The three styles are dire bike, quarry racing and desert riding. Besides the standard version, the player may also choose to play the game in expert difficulty. This mode does not only have harder time limits, but also introduces different tyre and chain-wheel sizes to choose from (influencing the bike's performance depending on the course) and collision detection between the athletes.
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