BMX Boy Description
BMX Boy is a wonderful family-friendly title that doesn't require a lot of thought or practice on the part of the player. You don't have to concern yourself with grinding on rails or learning how to flip your bike in the air.
All you need to concern yourself with in BMX Boy is making it to your checkpoints, gathering as many stars and trophies as you can, and of course, having a blast along the way.
- Price: Free
- Category: Racing
- Developer: MiniCard
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How To Uninstall
- Tap Settings Menu
- Open The Application Manager
- Select The App
- Press "Uninstall"
- Tap & Hold App Icon
- Wait Until All App Icons Wiggle
- Release & Tap Small "X" Icon Above App
- Open The "Apps List"
- Select App To Remove
- Wait For Menu To Open
- Tap "Uninstall" In Newly Opened Menu
- Confirm "Yes" To Uninstall App
BMX Boy Review
I've always enjoyed playing BMX, skating, and racing games, but I've never been able to nail down all of the complicated controls they require to perform tricks and top the leaderboards.
But in BMX Boy for your mobile, everybody can ace the courses and become a bmx champion.
Most games that require the player to perform stunts to rack up a high score have multiple buttons and controls to master. BMX Boy simplifies the process of flipping, grinding, bunny hopping and more by giving players only two buttons to worry about.
The button on the lower-left corner of your screen will accelerate your bike so that it can move along the track, and the button on the far right side will make your character jump. The stunts that your BMX Boy performs depends entirely on how fast you're moving and how high of a jump he has to work with.
The first thing to catch my eye in BMX Boy was the simplified, arcade-style graphics. There are three different terrains that your BMX rider will have to master, and just over 90 levels with varying backgrounds and obstacles to face.
The foreground of each level has vibrant colors and smooth graphics for an easy-to-navigate track, but the backgrounds provide imagery that almost resembles a painting which only amplifies the clarity of the foreground in each level.
Although I've been having a blast playing BMX Boy, the one significant change I would make to the game would be adding more levels.
There are only about 90 levels currently in the title, so if you master the gameplay quickly, you just might find yourself running out of levels to keep you entertained.
The one saving grace with the limited levels is the fact that you can go back and try to grab more trophies or stars if you missed some the first time you completed it.
BMX Boy has brought back a ton of nostalgic memories of playing similar games on the Nintendo with my brother as kids. If you're on the hunt for an exciting mobile game with enough challenge to keep you entertained but won't leave you glued to your phone for hours, then give BMX Boy a try!
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