[Unity asset] Dirt Bike 2D Starter Kit [Reskin ready]

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  1. fomedev

    fomedev New Member

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    Hello, dear gamers and developers!

    Dirt Bike 2D is a ready-to-reskin race game template with a unique approach to vehicle physics, which makes game very dynamic. Also, various interactive objects will help you make the race really exciting.

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    Gameplay

    Player rides bikes from A point to B, collecting score points and setting up time records. Player will meet all sorts of ramps on the track. The task is not to roll over or crash. Unique bike physics make bike drive smoothly and follow the curve of ramps without losing speed. Race also includes interactive objects, which can accelerate bike’s speed, move ramps and do any other stuff.

    Control

    Keyboard: press A/D to drive left/right, press arrows to rotate left/right

    Touch: put and move one finger left/right to drive, put and move second finger left/right to rotate

    Features

    - Unique and dynamic bike physics

    - PC/Mobile ready

    - Interactive objects

    - C# scripts are fully explained.

    - Menu, in-game menu, puase/play, score, timer, rate systems.

    - Our team will always help you build your project. Just contact us via email fomedevelopment@gmail.com

    Get it on


    Have fun!
     

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