Extreme ATV Trials

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Challenge yourself and test your skills as an ATV driver in this fun filled racing game.

Racing an all terrain vehicle is a game of skill and luck. Take charge and overcome the obstacles in over 80 levels. Unlock more ATV vehicles as you progress towards your ultimate goal. Extreme ATV trials is based on a physics engine to keep you entertained and surprised on the ever challenging levels. Going fast is not enough, you need to learn how to control your vehicle to beat the difficult levels. Do not be fooled be the easy levels in the beginning. You can be sure adrenaline is going through your veins when you hear the custom soundtrack and take on this addictive racing game. Free Game Features: Challenging and detailed tracks; Physics based racing game; Several vehicles to unlock; Powerful soundtrack.

Alternative names : xtreme ATV Trials, Etreme ATV Trials, Exreme ATV Trials, Exteme ATV Trials, Extrme ATV Trials, Extree ATV Trials, Extrem ATV Trials, Extreme ATV rials, Extreme ATV Tials, Extreme ATV Trals, Extreme ATV Trils, Extreme ATV Trias, Extreme ATV Trial

New vehicles and updated UI

Current version:1.0
Software OS:Windows 98/MeWindows 2000Windows XP/2003/2008Windows VistaWindows 764-bit
License:Freeware
Freeware size:49429 kBytes
Date:February 3, 2016
Popularity:136%
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