Ride a motorbike in three different environments and do your best to go as fast as possible
Depending on experience and patience, riding a motorcycle is not as dangerous as it’s rumored, because the vehicles are actually quite stable and high-tech nowadays. However, mistakes can end up much worse than with a car, given the higher speeds and the lack of a metal body to protect you. Even so, that just means you need to pay more attention to the road.
Three different levels to explore
Motorbike Simulator 3D is a very simple racing game that provides you with the chance to ride a motorcycle without putting yourself in danger, although it’s obviously much less exciting than the real thing. On top of that, this is far from a simulator, because everything about it completely ignores the laws of physics, especially when it comes to how the bike feels and steers.
To begin with, turning is either very slow or very sudden, making it difficult to maintain an even speed. In addition, the tires do not slip at all, regardless of whether you are driving on asphalt, dirt or grass, so there’s definitely no simulation at play here. On the other hand, you could at least have some fun exploring the stages, but not even that is up to standards.
Boring levels and subpar graphics
There are three levels to choose from, each one of which features a different environment. Hence, you can choose from pure asphalt, dirt, or asphalt at night, the latter of which makes things more difficult due to low visibility. As mentioned before, on the other hand, there’s no difference between the surfaces, not to mention the fact that you cannot fall off the bike or slide.
As for the graphics, they are obviously nothing exciting, but they shouldn’t matter too much anyway. Hence, everything looks about as basic as possible, including the textures, special effects and the material lighting. There are some visual bugs as well, such as entire textures disappearing every now and again.
A disappointing racing game
In the end, Motorbike Simulator 3D not the best bike game out there, especially not when it comes to the simulation part. On the other hand, it’s good enough to keep you mildly entertained for a few minutes.