Moto X History
Moto X is a racing game published by Code Masters in 1989 for the Commodore 64.
With your dirt bike, you'll be drifting, sliding and jumping over dangerous, mud-soaked mountain roads and demanding time trials. You'll need to train hard to claw out every split second, and nerves of steel to stay on your feet after overcoming all kinds of obstacles.
How to play Moto X
We have to pass 5 skill tests and 4 time trials. In the skill sections we will have to coordinate our jumping with the ability to place the bike on the rear wheel, to overcome various obstacles and ramps. Otherwise, we will suffer a big fall.
In the parts against the clock, we have a time limit to complete a winding course. You have to manoeuvre your way around the terrain, backing up if necessary. When jumping over a ramp, a window will appear on the screen, showing the position of our bike. If we don't land in the correct position, we will suffer an accident, losing valuable seconds.
Moto X screenshots
Moto X Credits
- Programming and graphics: John Ferrari
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