My amazing motorcycle racing game - MotoChaser. With technology, the next best thing is always just around the corner. Two 7 mega-pixel... 10 mega-pixel... 14 mega-pixel …. so I held out on purchasing an Apple iPhone for as long as I could. But when the girlfriend bought one and the price didn't looked that scary anymore, I could wait no longer.
After downloading music and networking apps, I paid a mere 99 dollar cents for a game call MotoChaser. That's change in the couch cushions for Atari-quality graphics and unlimited play. It's one-player only, but that's why I downloaded Air-hockey, too.
'Accelerometer' steering reacts by simply titling the iPhone, and is a real handful at first. We all know the touch-screen: thumb for gas and no brakes. No shifting either..... Three rider options: Khaki Brit, feisty redhead or Joe the racer, all on throaty V-twin customs that run over and through anything in their path. So forgiving, a caveman could do it. Learn the ropes in the first stage racing through old-growth forests before moving on to Desperado Guich, were the desert landscape seems to go on forever. This is where you'll find competing racers who buzz around wreaking havoc. But that's okay, you can punch back. That's when things really get interesting. More environments reveal themselves as you master each level.
Music is up-tempo, with occasional scorching lead guitar, so crank up those ear buds or the built-in speaker, waiting in line at the airport, department of land transport, or even the dentist... technology may save us after all.