Day 57 – BMX Freestyle Extreme 3D

BMX’ing games are great fun. I love EA’s Skate, it’s a brilliant game and has taken up hours of my time in the past. BMX Freestyle Extreme 3D is is probably the closest equivalent you’ll find on iOS or Android. The graphics actually remind me a little of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3. Gameplay and graphics are pretty fluid and looked great as I hit the ramps.  

The game does a great job of cramming in a large collection of varying moves and styles as well as different levels and landscapes, however disappointingly there are not many character types. The game itself is actually quite difficult. I’m not sure if I was missing something in terms of the controls, but I did find BMX Freestyle Extreme 3D fairly difficult. I found myself landing in fakie, or having a hard time going up and back down on ramps. 

BMX Freestyle Extreme 3D was released by independent developer EnJen Games. Follow EnJen Games on www.facebook.com/EnJenGames, to request new features, report bugs, or get the latest news about new EnJen Games.

Download BMX Freestyle Extreme 3D:

BMX Freestyle Extreme 3D
BMX Freestyle Extreme 3D
Developer: EnJen Games
Price: Free

BMX Freestyle Extreme 3D
BMX Freestyle Extreme 3D
Developer: Nicklas Jensen
Price: Free

Editors Note: Not sure what the ’90 Day Challenge’ is all about? Take a read of this blog post, and all will become clearer. 

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Ben Woolf

Ben Woolf is a Founding partner and CEO at ANDi Games Ltd. With a (BA) in Business Administration at Leeds Business University, Ben brings working knowledge and experience in strategic planning and action, international operations, events, relationships, lean budgeting and more to ANDi Games Ltd.