Turbo Kid

Turbo Kid

Turbo Kid is a BMX-powered pixel-art Metroidvania gore-fest based on the film of the same name.

This is the future, the world as we know it is gone. You are The Kid, a lone warrior on a journey to cross the Wasteland in search of hope. What you will find on your way however is a land riddled with scoundrels and creeps which you’ll have to go through - sometimes quite literally - in order to survive.

Turbo Kid’s choc-full-of-mayhem Turbo Glove™ will help make your quest smoother and much, much bloodier! Turbo Blast, Electric Shocks, your trusty machete, and then some; use the array of weapons at your disposal to slash, rip apart, or explode enemies into hysterical and over-the-top splashes of gore!

Run, crawl, jump, hang, and, for the very first time in a Metroidvania (don’t research this), bike your way through the levels! Ladies and gentlemen, we give you the height of human-powered transport technology: the BMX Bike!

Move around the map faster, access new areas, and practice your bike tricks in preparation for the 1998 Wasteland Olympics Freestyle BMX Event. No need to find an unrusted fence to lock your bike in this game! It’ll be there at the touch of a button whenever you need it.

Our story begins immediately after the events of the movie, as the Kid, you must cross the Wasteland after losing a friend in a tragic bloody battle. On your way, you will meet an array of colorful characters, some friends, some foes, and some in-between, who will offer advice, quests, fights, and jokes (lots of jokes).

We’re really proud of the story we’ve created for the game and we think you’ll enjoy it too. That being said, if you’re only in it for the gameplay and the story isn’t for you, you won’t even need to skip the cutscenes, you can basically just ignore and walk past them.

Like the Metroidvanias of old, TURBO KID allows you to explore the different zones and defeat bosses in the order you see fit, favoring exploration and discovery over a linear narrative. Over the course of the game, you will also be asked to make personal and moral choices that will affect the process of the game allowing for multiple playthroughs with different paths and outcomes.

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Turbo Kid on Steam

Shred! 2 - ft Sam Pilgrim

Shred! 2 - ft Sam Pilgrim

I really like this game. I am a mountainbiker myself and i personally love this game. there are a few complaints, like how your wheel sometimes sinks into the landing and you go over the bars, that is irritating but has not happened to me in a while. I have great respect for the developer, they singlehandedly made this game. i love this game. so much fun and would recomend

Real player with 360.2 hrs in game

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All in all, great game, love the feature of my favourite youtuber Sam Pilgrim and I’ve had well over 50 hours of fun in this game. Worth the £10 but would like to see some add-ons or updates that add new levels as now i just go back on old levels and mess around on the mini rocker which is fun but i would like to see more in the game. sick game

Real player with 71.5 hrs in game

Shred! 2 - ft Sam Pilgrim on Steam

BMX The Game

BMX The Game

okay. lets start this review by saying this game has let many of us down in the past. but i choose not to dwell on the past. i have tossed all bias out of the window to the best of my ability. but first hand and try at the game. the character editor is pretty damn good. its simple. yet adds your own characteristic flair. the clothing/gear was a little lack luster but it is only the 3rd or 4th day post launch. the BMX customization is pretty impressive at first glance. felt like i could really customize my BMX to my liking and preference. the ability to change almost every little detail from bars to tire. [top to bottom] even the color adjustment of the nipples for the spokes. the little things matter. i only ask to see size adjustment in frame size and rim/tire size/width. maybe done with sliders or set increments like a real life bike set up would be. now that i feel i have touched upon the customization portions of the game lets talk about game play. after about 25-40 hours in the pre alpha this was a easy pick up for me. may not be as intuitive for others seeing as a good percent of the community hasn’t played the pre alpha and have no past experiences with the game. so if you are new then take your time to learn the game. just cruise around and get a feel for the handling and physics as this will be one of the biggest complaints i feel people will have. but once you have taken the time to understand the physics then it really pays off. having the general understanding of the games inner workings or core gameplay if you will then its actually a fun game to mess around with and to set small goals or expectations during your play through. all i want to say is when you hit these goals or tricks you have been been trying so hard for, and when do it feels so good. its almost like a light bulb lights up when you figure out something new for the first time irl. something clicks in ur head and then boom you have it. the core game play or physics if you will only need time to improve and your feedback of areas they could improve. or maybe have ideas to help or a tip. the community can help make or break this game. moving away from core game play and physics there are only currently 6 tricks you can do atm. i will count bunny hops, manuals, and 180/360s as these are still tricks but more widely seen as basic skills to have rather being seen as tricks so to speak. so we have a current trick list of manuals, bunny hops, 180/360s, bar spin, tail whip, and table top, now this may not seam very appealing but in my opinion through my morning play through i feel good about the tricks we have currently. you can tons of tecky tricks with manuals and 180/360s and adding the 3 main stream tricks [barspin/tailwhip/table top] you can get some pretty cool and satisfying to land or get right or how you feel is right. at the end of the day there is improvements that need to come in our tricks. with more tricks and variations to the already implemented tricks. like barspin you could maybe do a bus driver. it is a variation small at that. but it would be good to see. now. replay editor. considering we never had one in its pre alpha days this is an awesome edition to the game. and allows us so much more expression. we can create edits or clips. even just show cases of spots. it runs smooth in the replay editor. the key frames feels right. overall thats a game changer. lets talk graphics. personally the graphics are amazing. but that does not mean it plays smooth. i have a 3700x and a 2080 S and im currently running the game at all low settings in 1440p getting around 70 to 90 fps. this game looks super beautiful. but it MUST be optimized to run better for lower and high specked PCs. fps isnt everything. but when some people in the community are struggling or may struggle to even run the game on all low at reasonable fps. i feel its a topic to address in this review. lets move on to the park editor. this is extremely useful for people who want or need to learn something specific. if you want to grind or do a certain trick you can make a skate park or a little spot to for your specific needs. and if you do or may struggle to run this game then the park editor is a really cool way to make your own spot how you want and run the game at more then reasonable fps. you have much less to render and keep running while playing bmx the game. so for the low specked user the park editor is a big plus. im ending this review mostly positive. would i recommend this game for 25 USD? it depends. if you are a bmx rider or enthusiast then i feel this could be a game for you. the average joe? i will still recommend this game. 2 things to keep in mind average joe, A.keep an open mind and try to learn the learning curve not bash on it. B. set a timer for 1 hour and 55 minutes on your phone or pc. and start playing the game. when the timer goes off close the game and make a personal call or choice. are you enjoying this game? would you like to play this again? would you like to progress? maybe even see where BarSpin studios goes from here with BMX the game. if you feel that you are liking or could like this game and feel its worth the money to you. then i say 100% go for it. if not then as long as you are under 2 hours of gameplay then you can get a full refund from steam. i hope you find this review helpful or just useful in general. what ever your choice. skate and BMX on bois.

Real player with 109.4 hrs in game

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waited 7 years for this game and it is still absolute s***!

can’t ride up a curb, fall off bike every two seconds when you hit some stupid hump on the floor.

I have a VR gaming rig and can’t even play the game without jitters on the lowest settings

then there’s the trick list 9 tricks! oh wait no not even that because “riding” is listed as a trick and basically everything you can’t do it listed.

barspin - half cirle

tailwhip - half circle

tabletop - quarter circle

manual - hold down a bit (yeah that’s a quote from the game!)

Real player with 23.4 hrs in game

BMX The Game on Steam

The Ramp

The Ramp


The controls took a bit to get used to but very easy and super flow-like once you get the hang of it.

The problems i have is i wish that once you get air you could then grind upon your landing because the orange box in the skate park bowl map just looks way to tempting :)

I do really wish the creator would announce plans for updates like workshop support, new maps, tricks, custom or other characters, and bowl transitions, this would make it feel like less a tool and more of a mini-game sandbox type which it already feels like but all in all the ‘tool’ is worth the money just wish the creator would get serious.

Real player with 2.6 hrs in game

This game does exactly what it says on the tin, and it does it pretty dang well! If you want a game to just relax and unwind to, or you’re looking for a different skateboarding experience, definitely give this a shot. For the price, it feels like a steal! Yes, it only focuses on one kind of skating and I see how that may not appeal to everyone, but what it does, it does really good. The feeling of gaining momentum or just flowing through tricks on the different ramps (there are more than 1) feels incredibly rewarding. Getting the hang of the controls doesn’t take long either. Buy it! Support awesome stuff like this!

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

The Ramp on Steam



A great game that feels very rewarding without being a huge time sync. You can hop on for an hour or so and have a alot fun and actually make progress. The trick system play similar to the Skate series, where you use stick position and bumper combos to pull off a variety of tricks. As far as progression its rogue-like, you can only crash so many times in a run before you go back to start, although you will get cosmetic items based on points at the end of the run. There are multiple levels that you unlock, plenty of bike-parks to cut your teeth on and have fun with. Plus a very solid soundtrack to accompany you throughout the game. Worth the full price in my opinion!

Real player with 111.9 hrs in game

If you enjoyed roguelike or extreme sports games, you will like this game. The game is just straight up fun. This is not a racing game, it’s a freeride downhill biking game. You can choose whether you played it safe or take the risk to do the crazy stunts you want to do. The developer is also constantly updating this game with new stuff like cosmetics or new bike parks or even a whole new challenges. This is really the best biking games to have ever existed.

Real player with 70.5 hrs in game

Descenders on Steam

Bigger Bikes

Bigger Bikes

–-{ Graphics }—

☐ You forget what reality is

☐ Beautiful

☐ Good

☐ Decent

☑ Bad

☐ Don‘t look too long at it


—{ Gameplay }—

☐ Very good

☐ Good

☐ It’s just gameplay

☐ Mehh

☑ Watch paint dry instead

☐ Just don’t

—{ Audio }—

☐ Eargasm

☐ Very good

☐ Good

☐ Not too bad

☐ Bad

☑ I’m now deaf

—{ Audience }—

☐ Kids

☐ Teens

☐ Adults

☐ Grandma

—{ PC Requirements }—

☑ Check if you can run paint

☐ Potato

☐ Decent

☐ Fast

☐ Rich boi

☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer

—{ Difficulty }—

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

This game is quite strange but enjoyable, I would like to master it soon to explore the whole worlds. It runs better while holding right click so it becomes its own challenge trying to hold right click while steering. either way for a dollar I am satisfied with my purchase, hope from more from flex etnerainment

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Bigger Bikes on Steam