MotoBall

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MotoBall Instructions

MotoBall is controlled by using the keyboard. The up and down arrow keys move forward and brake respectively. The left and right arrow keys rotate the bike left and right respectively. Press the spacebar to turn around.

MotoBall Walkthrough

MotoBall is a motorcycle game that combines traditional sports with motocross. This bike game features a simple controls scheme, great graphics, and twenty-four stages categorized into three groups by difficulty.

The objective of MotoBall is to collect all of the balls on each stage then drive to the goal without crashing. If you crash, the stage will reset and you will have to redo it. You have an infinite number of retries on each level. Although there is a timer in this bike game, there is no time limit so take as long as you need. Your progress is automatically saved, so you can continue from any level that you unlocked the next time that you play.

MotoBall uses a control scheme found in many other motorcycle games. The up and down arrow keys accelerate and brake respectively. The left and right arrow keys are used to rotate your bike. If you need to turn around, press the spacebar to do so. You cannot drive backwards in this bike game, so you will have to turn around if you need to collect a ball or enter a goal that is behind you.

MotoBall is unique in comparison to other motorcycle games since the stages are not all linear. Instead, you will have to travel back and forth to collect the balls and reach the goal. Trying to perform tricks is absolutely pointless in this bike game. Not only will you not gain any points for doing so, but you will waste time and also increase your risk of crashing!

MotoBall is a change from the mundane motorcycle games that are on the Web. It may not be a post-apocalyptic death race on motorcycles with the rules of soccer that the name suggests (a game like that would be pure bliss), but it is a solidly entertaining bike game in its own right. If you are a fan of motorcycle games and want something different, then give MotoBall a try!