Hellrider

Hellrider

Hellrider is a game that will take you to hell! Really, this is where all the action takes place and you will be riding a powerful bike as well!

The idea behind the game is to ride a powerful motorcycle in hell and kill as many skeletons as possible. The gameplay is simple – the motorcycle accelerates automatically and all you have to do is tap your Android device display left or right in order to make left or right turns. Things are not so easy though – there are streams of lava around you so make sure to not fall in the molten rocks. In addition there are rocks and cactuses around you – if you hit them you die. This is it!

Hellrider will treat you with nice 3D graphics and aggressive, rock-like sound, just like in real motocycle bands and you will feel like a real rider. What’s even better is that you will be destroying the bad guys a lot and this will appeal to people who like rock music and action-oriented games.

All in all Hellrider is a nice game – it is simple to play and it does not require a lot, while treating you with nice graphics and gameplay. It is definitely a must-have for people who are into rock music, fast motorcycles and action games!

Hellrider is here on Google Play and as usual the game is free!

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