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This is a fun motorcycle racing game. It\'s pretty realistic, For example if you hit a wall or another racer, you will fall. Another cool factor is that if you go in the sand you will have a harder time controlling your bike. Given these realistic factors, they add to the challenge and enjoyment of this game. In the demo you are limited to one race track. From a Christian stand point, I don\'t see anything wrong with this game. It\'s just a clean racing game. This demo is easy to install. It works in 95 & 98 but not on Windows 2000. The interface is nice and the graphics are good. It felt like force feedback was supported when I played. The controls are set to keyboard by default so if you use a joystick, be sure to customize them. The music was good. The game ran smoothly and was very stable. Overall a good game. The final looks like it will have two player support, that should be fun!

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Appropriate 5/5 Interface 4/5 Game Play 4/5 Music/Sound 4/5 Graphics 4/5 Stability 5/5

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