You've entered a world where adrenaline rules, where tricksters earn the big bucks, and where flooring it is the way to live: You've come to the world of motocross racing.
Rock(s) Rider, developed by the folks at ECA-Games, is a new and interesting physics-based side-scrolling racer based on the Unity engine. In the game you can race on opponents for cash, make bets on how fast (or well) you can complete courses, and get a huge rush of adrenaline all while doing it.
The store behind Rock(s) Rider is rather simplistic. In a comic-book style, the story follows through a series of frames explaining your interest in racing among a group of hardened, and rather dangerous looking, bikers. The new guy in the group, you have to work your way through the variety of courses they offer, winning cash from races and from the bets you make with others to use to advance to the next level. You can also earn bonuses in cold, hard, cash for making awesome stunts while racing, or lose your cash just as fast by wiping out in the race. (more...)