There’s a lot to take in when you first enter the game. All you see is a rider and a line. From there, you can select the options on the left and right hand of the game screen to build track, or to import the information from user-created ones. By using the arrow keys (up to accelerate, down to brake, right to lean forward, and left to lean back) you can ride the bike, and if you haven’t loaded up a map, or started to create your own, then you’ll dive headfirst into the abyss—something everyone should do at least once. But with enough Trials and tribulations, you’ll be racing like a pro.
In Free Rider 2, race on your own personally crafted 2D tracks, or find ones that other users have made for the ultimate challenge. With a heavy emphasis on physics, and hilarious wipeouts, you’re sure to faceplant more than a few times, especially if you load up some of the harder maps out there that users have created.