Bike Master

Game Description: Go off-roading at your own risk in this biking adventure game. It can get out of control real quick!

How to Play Bike Master:

  • Click the 'New Game' button.
  • Press the UP arrow key to move forward.
  • Press the DOWN arrow key to move backwards.
  • Press the LEFT arrow key to balance left.
  • Press the RIGHT arrow key to balance right.
  • Press the ENTER key to change direction.
  • Your goal is to make it through each level without crashing.
  • There is no time limit.
  • Each time you crash you have to repeat the level.
  • If you make it to the 'Save Point' sign and should you crash, you do not have to go back to the beginning of the level. Instead, you get to begin at the last 'Save Point' sign you reached. (Most levels have several 'Save Point' signs to help you along).
  • Watch your level progress at the top of the screen.
  • You may repeat a level until you succeed.
  • Each time you successfully complete a level, you get to go to the next level.
  • Click the 'Play' button to advance to the next level of play.

Bike Master Game Options:
  • The music may be turned on or off by clicking the microphone icon located on the main game screen. (You can only access this control before you begin the game. If you go back to the Main menu after you begin the game, you will lose all of your game progress. Of course, if you get weary of the music you can always lower the volume on your computer).

Bike Master Playing Tips:
  • I noticed a little quirk with Bike Master. Whenever you use the DOWN arrow to move backwards the rider will try to automatically go backwards at a 'Save Point' or whenever you slow down or come to a stop. (In fact, he will try to ride backwards all the way back to the beginning of the level if you let him!) This only occurs if you use the DOWN arrow on a level. This behavior will not carry over to the next level. Once you are aware of this tiny quirk, you can easily deal with it. Also, the opposite problem can occasionally occur at the beginning of a 'Save Point'. That is, the rider will sometimes take off quickly moving forward on his own. In that instance, you will just have to slow him down as best as you can.

Richard's Rating: 3 out of 5.

Pro: Bike Master has excellent graphics and sounds. The 'Save Point' signs are a very nice feature, especially for somene like me who is totally inept at bike games. It is also refreshing, at least from my perspective, not to have a clock to contend with.

Con: It certainly would have been nice if Bike Master had a save game feature. Unfortunately, it does not.

Other Games: If you liked Bike Master, you may also like to play Trial Bike Pro or some of my other Bike Games.

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  1. Hi Richard,
    great review. I am currently playing bike master and it's much harder than I thought it would be. Can't get past the tires at the beginning of level 5.

    Kind Regards from Germany : )


  2. Hi Chris,

    Thanks for your kind comment. Yes, some of those tires and rocks can be quite tricky. I am glad you are enjoying the game. I just put in a Full Screen option for Bike Master. Try playing it on Full Screen. I think you will like it even better.

    Richard, from Richard's Game Reviews