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- What's Free - Play game for 60 minutes.
- File Size - 1.1 MB
- Play It On - Win XP/Vista/7
- Support - Elasto Mania Support
- Game Created By - Elasto Mania
Get ready for one of the craziest rides of your life! In Elasto Mania, it’s going to be man and machine versus the laws of physics in one of the most challenging driving-platformers ever conceived. On your dependable motorbike, you will race over crash-prone terrain, drive up hills, brave dangerous leaps, and struggle to stay upright the entire time. Keep your head cool, your engine hot, and your feet planted firmly on both the gas and brake, and you just might make it out alive.
Fight the Physics!
Elasto Mania should be a simple enough game to grasp at the start. The object of every level is to drive your motor bike into the giant flower-shaped goal. The simplicity ends there, for the game is a lot harder than it sounds. You have to contend with all sorts of hazards along the way, all of which threaten to send your head to the pavement. If you succeed, then you’ll move onward to the next challenge. If you fail, it’s back to the beginning for you!
- Control your bike’s momentum by leaning it backward onto its rear wheel, or forward to the one on the front.
- Try not to flip over as you overcome sharp inclines, sudden drops, spinning blades, and floating islands.
- Perform wheelies, stoppies and aerial spins if you’re brave enough.
- If there are apples present, you have to collect them all before proceeding to the goal. Good luck!
- Replay completed levels at any time and see if you can beat your previous record.
Play with a Friend
You don’t need to experience Elasto Mania by your lonesome. You can invite a friend along to conquer the challenges of the game together.
- Each player may customize his or her controls whilst playing on the same computer.
- Play cooperatively. Split up to get all the apples and complete each level faster than ever before while you deal with fewer hazards.
- Only one player needs to reach the flower goal.
- You may share your victories, but you will also share your defeats. Be extra careful while driving; you don’t want to ruin things for your buddy after all.
Expand Elasto Mania
Elasto Mania already contains a metric ton of content that should keep you occupied for a good while. Even if that is not the case, there’s more to the game than what comes in the initial download package. Elasto Mania may be an independent project, but it has an extensive community that’s made it bigger than ever before over the years. If you’re creatively-inclined, you might end up a part of it soon enough.
- Go online to find even more wild and challenging levels made by fellow fans. Download them completely free of charge!
- Create your own levels using the powerful editor that comes with Elasto Mania at no extra cost.
Worth the Challenge
Elasto Mania is an interesting little title. You’re unlikely to find a game with both an objective that is so simple and a challenge level that is so high. More than that, you’re also not likely to find how such an otherwise simple game can eat up so many hours of your time, but that’s exactly what it will do thanks to the thousands of free user-made levels that are available. If you think you’re up to it, Elasto Mania is definitely worth a spin. Just try not to spin too much while you’re on that motor bike.
- Elasto Mania was released sometime during the year of 2000.
- The game was created by an independent developer named Balázs Rózsa.
- While Elasto Mania is the only game of its kind, it is effectively considered to be the sequel or spiritual predecessor to Action SuperCross.
- Elasto Mania is currently the only title Rózsa is known to have produced and released.
- The game is currently available for Windows and BeOS systems.
- Elasto Mania has been downloaded from CNET more than 1.1 million times, has a five-star rating on the site, and is ranked among it 25 best simulation games.
- The game left a positive impression on Out of Eight. The site praised it for being 'quite addictive' and described it as 'always calling you to complete just one more level.'
- The user-made levels number in the thousands and new ones are still being made.