Bike Unchained

Bike Unchained

Bike Unchained is a nice new addition to Google Play – the game deals with bike racing and this is something new and fresh in the online platform, at least to us.

The app wants to turn you into a professional biker and that’s why it takes you to various virtual trails where you have to battle opponents and rival teams. You will have to race quickly but not only – you must also pedal hard during certain time periods in order to get to the finish faster, jump higher or perform stunts. While the main idea behind the game is to reach the final there are many ways (but only a single trail) to do this so try to be both quick and daring. In addition to this the game allows you to modify your bike so that it becomes sturdier, lighter and faster, all at the same time. You can also create a team that will assist you when competing.

Bike Unchained comes with excellent 3D graphics and great sound that will appeal to players but there is a price to pay – the app requires powerful hardware in order to run properly. You need at least 1 GB of RAM in your Android device and Android 4.1 or newer in order to just start the game. But if you have this hardware you will enjoy the game to its fullest.

Bike Unchained is a great game that will make bike riding fans go crazy. The app comes with interesting gameplay, awesome 3D graphics and nice sound and will surely appeal to anyone who wants to experience extreme bike riding or simply have some fun with a new Android game.

Bike Unchained is here on Google Play.

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