How? How this is possible?
As we know, the Trials series of frustration- and physics-based motocross stunt games is getting two fresh entries in the near future. One of them, Trials Frontier, will be a mobile game. Let's talk about that one for a bit.
Last week Ubisoft's RedLynx studio released a fun and challenging rollercoaster-based psychics puzzler for iOS. You might have missed it, as the app icon is a cartoon cat and the game is called Nutty Fluffies.
The gates of hell. An asteroid belt. A few homages to old-school games. The super-talented track-making community busying themselves with RedLynx's latest moto-physics hit have made all of this and more. This new Trials Evo trailer shows off some of the cleverest user-generated levels made with the Xbox 360…
The latest physics-intensive racer from RedLynx features a killer track editing system that lets users build ridiculously intricate environments. As seen on YouTube, one Trials Evo creator paid homage to Bethesda's hit action RPG with a medieval race course. The only thing it's missing are Jarls and Hold Guards. I…
Two men, three hands and a pair of rubber gloves may not sound like a recipe for video game victory. But it is! Until a cruel glitch denies them their massive accomplishment.
How much of a difference does it make for Trials Evolution to have tracks set in the great outdoors? A whole bunch. As great as the tracks in Trials HD were, Evolution's levels open up a whole new plateau of vertigo and surprise. Here, you'll see two of my favorites, Roller Coaster and Sewage Plant.
Microsoft, publisher Ubisoft and developer RedLynx all thought they were ready for the release of Trials Evolution on Xbox Live yesterday. Turns out they weren't.
My time with Trials Evolution got me thinking a lot about human perfectibility. It's essentially the principle that no matter how good a person is at something, given enough will and effort, there's still ostensibly room for them to get even better. That idea seems to be one that developer RedLynx banks on. "Yeah,…
Maybe the insane physics-based racing tracks that come with RedLynx's upcoming Trials sequel won't be enough for you. Maybe you want to pull a 540 in front of one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
This trailer for Trials Evolution twists the Darwinian motto into "Survival of the fastest," and truly it does seem that the spring-bound sequel will be a more sophisticated beast.
PC games leak all the time. Even console games eventually turn up on torrent sites once their discs are pressed. But an Xbox Live Arcade game getting out, and one which isn't that close to release, that's a little stranger.
Earlier this week RedLynx, the studio behind the Xbox Live Arcade smash Trials HD, announced that Ubisoft had bought up the independent developer. Once RedLynx finishes Trials Evolution, to be published by Microsoft, it will officially join Ubisoft's in-house stable of some 25 studios.
Racing—real racing—is all the line, finding the best approach to a turn, the best route through a curve and into a straight away.
1000 Heroz promises that you'll have something new to do on your iPhone or iPad for at least the next three years, updating daily with 1000 heroes, 1000 things to collect and 1000 quick bursts of physics based platforming.
The follow-up to a hit Xbox Live Arcade game isn't usually a downloadable Wii game. And the test-bed for novel features in online gaming tends not to be Nintendo's home console.
Forty more white-knuckle, teeth-gnashing tracks are on the way for Trials HD in an expansion pack, due for release sometime after mid-November, titled "Big Thrills." Ten more user-created tracks, chosen by contest, will be also part of the download.
RedLynx, the developer of the well received downloadable title Trials, said that it seeded pirate torrent sites with neutered copies of the game in order to stoke interest in the title.