As much mayhem as you can actually have scrolling sideways
Two different approaches to making exactly the same game, with Moto X Mayhem here and Motocross Pro Rider. The differences are that the animation is a dass above with Mayhem, there’s more sound effects and the gameplay is a touch more sophisticated. The basics are the same — sideways scrolling terrain, complete to unlock the net one — but there are crucial differences. For one thing, you can start at the first stage of any of three levels here, rather than just the first Second, the controls of accelerate, brake and tilt require more subtlety and, the because of that, the maps need to be memorised in places. It’s no good going flat-out all the time or accidents will happen, but equally there are crevasses and traps that need full speed to avoid so a careful balance needs to be struck. One thing that could have been better is the choice of controls. You have to use the accelerometer to control the tilting of the rider and bike, and this is fairly tricky at times. So, better than Motocross Pro Rider, but not overly thrilling either.