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Mad Skills Motocross 3 is a mobile motocross game that came out recently. The game is already highly regarded in the motocross community. It’s available on Android as well as iOS. The game is offered by Turborilla studios and has amassed over 500k downloads on the Play Store. Today, in this article we will look into some of the tips and tricks out there to be used in this game. Though, before that, let’s read on a short review:
The game boasts of a realistically lucid physics-driven racing experience, sounds, and the feels of a virtual motocross rally driver. Numerous customizations, tuning options and personalization adds drip to the game. The game controls are quite easy to understand. For a side-scrolling game, the 3D art is quite captivating and successfully incorporates the aggression and thrills of Motocross racing! Overall, a game definitely worth checking out for, especially, for the racing enthusiasts.
Tips & Tricks
1 Maintaining Balance
One of the most important and skillful aspects of this game, the art of balance stability. Players should try not to fiddle with performing the ‘wheelie’ and /or ‘stoppie’ just to look cool around every ridge jump. More often than not, it’ll fail miserably unless the player is already will experienced playing these sorts of games. Usually, around a high jump opening, always try to land on the rear type, which helps regain stability pretty soon.
2 Using Body Weight
The game implements the use of body weight and inertia to facilitate gameplay as realistic as possible. Players should learn to use it to their advantage. For instance, when landing from a considerable peak elevation, instead of trying to spend more time airborne, using bodyweight to land faster with momentum can give a decisive boost to edge past rivals.
Using bodyweight, players can also diffuse instability. Certain racecourses are pretty rough and tough, with lots of successive short ridges to give the racer a challenge. In such cases, trying to just drive through simply might not be enough as it’ll lead to a slower speed. Accelerating, on the other hand, on such lands can also prove to be dangerous, as the ridges separated with a little gap might not spare enough time to recover balance. Using the skill of shifting body weight swiftly on such racecourses ensures the player maintains the speed as well as the balance. Though, not an easy skill to master. Comes with ample of practice, past failures, and experience.
3 Upgrading the Bike
As is the case with almost every racing game, this game also offers the feature to tweak the bikes. One can upgrade several parts of the bike to boost it to its maximum potential. To perform the upgrades, you’ll either need to spend the ‘Silver Coins’ or the ‘Gold Badges’. Both the resources can be acquired by finishing: daily tasks, winning races, leveling up and User Lifetime tasks.
Also, it’s important to note here that one can upgrade their bike only to a certain limit. Besides that, players will have to look into buying the next bike available for purchase in the garage. Usually, it’s better to save resources rather than upgrading as it’s pretty easy to win the initial races even if the player’s Total Bike power is less than the most of the rival racers. Though, as the player keeps winning through the circuits, the tracks and the rivals get tough, making it imperative to either upgrade it buy a better bike.