Turborilla on Tuesday announced the release of their first game, Mad Skills Motocross, for Mac, Linux, and PC. It's a side-scrolling action game that uses realistic physics to simulate jumps, stunts, and crashes.
Players earn points for pulling off difficult tricks, with five power-ups available that let them push their death-defying antics to the limits, but the more dangerous the stunt, the greater the chance they will crash. Forty tracks are included, along with 12 special challenge tracks, and a level editor lets players design and try out their own stunt tracks.
A demo is available for download. The full version sells for US$25.95 and requires a 1.2GHz processor and 512MB RAM.