MOTO X SIMULATOR HISTORY
Moto X Simulator is a Motocross game published in 1989 for amstrad CPC by Supersonic.
Get ready to race! Experience the thrill of Moto X Simulator on your Amstrad CPC. Race faster than your opponents and defy gravity with fluid, fast-paced gameplay. Enjoy an exciting storyline, multiple loading modes and customisable control keys for an enhanced gaming experience. With its amazing graphics, soundtrack and credit sequences, you'll be racing Moto X Simulator Amstrad all night long!
How to play Moto X Simulator
You must complete the stages within a time limit. There are 5 skill sections on difficult terrain and 4 time trials. You will encounter a number of hazards that you will have to avoid. Any infraction causes you to lose one of your bikes: you start with 3 but you get a new one after successfully completing the stage.
Spectrum: LOAD "" and ENTER
Commodore 64/128: SHIFT + RUN/STOP
Amstrad: CTRL + ENTER ACTION
TIME TRIALS / ABILITY SECTION / KEYBOARDS
Roll up----- Accelerate/Roll down ---- Q or Y
Wheel down----- Brake/Reverse/Rewheel up -- A or H
--------------Left ------------- W or O
--------------Right ------------- E or P
Jump----------- Jump --------------- Z or N
This game is compatible with Kempston, Sinclair and cursor joysticks.
To pause the game, hold down the CAPS SHIFT key and press ENTER. Pressing any key will continue the game. Press CAPS SHIFT and SPACE to quit the game.
- Make sure you get the front wheel up (wheelie) before you have to jump, otherwise you will fall.
Jump over small obstacles, such as logs and rocks, using the JUMP button.
Use the JUMP button to propel yourself up a ramp or uphill.
Every time you jump in the time trial a side view of your bike will appear at the top left of the screen, use it and make sure you land on the rear wheel.
(C) Codemasters Software LTD.
Moto X Simulator screenshots
Credits Moto X Simulator
Design and coding Peter Williamson
Graphics Neil Adamson
Music David Whittaker
Director David Darling
Production Mike Clark and Stew Regan
Design and illustration Nigel Fletcher
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