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Dead Rider for Android
If you like motocross games, then you Android device and you are in for a treat. XDA member myp3uk just released Dead Rider, which is a 2D scrolling game where you are riding a dirt bike and try to clear obstacles to continue on to the next level. The game features a pretty good physics engine, the ability to use the accelerometer as your control (tilt), a virtual d-pad, or hardware buttons if your device has any (sorry, EVO owners).
The game will be updated regularly with newer levels and more, so make sure that you keep tabs on the thread and leave any feedback for the dev.
Get motobike and ride through crazy tracks. Great physics, interesting levels, rating, achivements (with OpenFeint highscore system).
Be fastest rider among your friends and whole world. Unlock achivements with OpenFeint.
Choose controls that you want:
You can find more information in the game thread.
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