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Trials Frontier gives RedLynx's best-selling and award-winning Trials series its mobile game debut.
Discover a unique social racing game, featuring a compelling storyline, friendly competition, easy-to-approach physics-based gameplay, and a massive content stream.
Designed for touch-based platforms, Trials Frontier combines the insanely addictive gameplay of Trials with the mobile knowhow of RedLynx, gained through such releases as DrawRace 2 and Motoheroz.
Trials frontier contains over 15 bikes, with fictional ones such as the tango and marauder, to motorbike companies like KTM and Harley-Davidson.
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- 3.1 Official Map Guide
- 3.2 Outfits:
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- 5.4 Specials Bikes :
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Halloween 2014 [ ]
Christmas 2015 [ ]
Tips & Secrets [ ]
Official map guide [ ].
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Specials Bikes : [ ]
KTM 450 Rally
BMW F 800 GS
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Developer Track Editor [ ]
At the time of writing, the current version (7.9.0) has a hidden developer track edtior among other disabled features. For the sake of the developers, methods on how to enable these features will be provided.
The track editor was most likely the only way for the developers to create tracks, and it's really interesting to see how their tools worked.
Initial Menu [ ]
Once the user first enters into the track editor, they're presented by a choice of different track environments, which I've decided to name: urban, canyon, suburban, mountain, swamp, cave, arctic.
The user can also load saved tracks from the Load button in the bottom-left corner.
After the user selects an environment, they're presented with the choice between the base track layout, which can be flat, downward slope, upward slope or bumpy.
The flat layout is the most versatile, because you build the track higher in the world, so you have plenty of space under the driving line.
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Once a track layout is selected, the user is put in the editor, and can begin creating the track.
- Elements are sorted into categories;
- Top: Toggle snapping;
- Bottom: Switch layers (driving line, background), Hide other layers;
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Trials Frontier Walkthrough
The Trials Frontier walkthrough will guide you through the beginning to ending moments of gameplay with strategy tips for this racing game on the Apple iOS & Android.
Explore a vast world on your motorcycle. Compete against your friends on Global Leaderboards. Master physics-based tracks to challenge the world’s top riders for the best times. Race your motorcycle through a world of adventure, crazy characters, and unfairly addictive tracks!
Let’s start the Trials Frontier walkthrough with an introduction video!
Trials Frontier is available now as free-to-play on iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch. And is coming soon to Android. There are hardly any in-app purchases (microtransactions) you’ll encounter unless you play a lot, so there will be nothing stopping you from enjoying the game.
Please note that viewers must be at least 10 to watch, so no harm comes to those with innocent eyes. This game includes Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence.
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Story mode part 1: introduction.
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The series’ first appearance on mobile devices, Trials Frontier transports players to the distant future where they find themselves the newcomer in a run-down town desperate for a hero.
Players will practice their skills, learning how to race, flip and cruise through tracks as they earn new gear for their bikes and complete missions for the townsfolk in order to prepare for a face-off with the town villain, Butch. As players progress through the game they will unlock new maps, tracks, bikes and fine-tune their racing skills.
Trials Frontier will receive regular post-launch updates that include new bikes, missions and the introduction of infinite multiplayer brawls to keep players competing and racing on the newest bikes. Stay connected with friends through time challenges, leaderboard sharing capabilities and social network integration to prove who has the fastest time.
Key Game Features:
• RIDE – Master challenging physics-based gameplay that just feels right. Trials Frontier controls and physics are unrivaled on iOS! – More MISSIONS than you can shake a stick at! You’ll be doing some SERIOUSLY CRAZY STUFF on that bike!
• EXPLORE – Help your village grow and prosper (developer note: There are no crops to plant or sell, only CRUSH with your tires!) – A HUGE WORLD with more than 50 hours of gameplay – A HILARIOUS story line that makes LITTLE SENSE! – 10 GORGEOUS ENVIRONMENTS to bust fat skills in! – Complete and flip your way through more than 250 challenging missions! – Compete on more than 70 UNIQUE TRACKS!
• UPGRADE – COLLECT MAD LOOT and UPGRADE your bike! – IMPROVE every building in your village to UNLOCK NEW ABILITIES! – LEVEL UP your rider and REAP THE REWARDS! – 9 bikes across 3 tiers, each with their own upgrade paths – UPGRADE ALL THE THINGS!
• COMPETE – PERFECTED GHOST RACING. Race any ghost on the leaderboards of any track! – Are you a competitive person? Then don’t download this game! – Invite and challenge your Facebook friends and make the competition personal! – The A.N.B.A. system will find PERFECT matches for you to CRUSH WITH YOUR THUMBS!
• AND MORE! – We’ve spent YEARS making the BEST RACING GAME for iPhone ever and we plan to keep it that way! Expect to see HUGE updates with NEW FEATURES & NEW CONTENT at any and all possible moments! – Tired of “Always On” games requiring constant internet connection to play? So are we! Race to your hearts content with NO INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED!
Welcome to the Trials Frontier walkthrough!
Theworstever will be your voice-over commentator showing you around the game’s tracks.
Tracks include The Cave, Cave Entrance, Three Bridges, Home Village, Pike Alley, and Market Street.
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Trials Frontier review
RedLynx has made its name by placing fiendish hurdles in front of players. In taking its beloved Trials series to mobile, it has erected a few obstacles in its own way. Namely: how to adapt the games' famously nuanced control to a touchscreen, and how to translate their firm-but-fair approach to victory to the baggier requirements of free-to-play. In both instances, Trials Frontier grinds its gears and suffers penalties - but it's not quite the fatal crash fans might expect.
One of the big changes from Trials past is that there's now a story, of sorts, populated by a colourful cast of characters in a dusty frontier town. You've wound up there after an opening level cave-in - sadly, not the last time the game forces failure on you to move its tale forwards - and since the townsfolk have been ripped off by a rival biker, you're recruited to save the day.
To begin with it still feels a lot like Trials, despite the superfluous trimmings and cartoony visual style. Your early objectives are simply to beat the courses that are opened up for you on the map screen, and while those courses are noticeably shorter and simpler than what Trials devotees will be used to, enough of the petrol-fumed atmosphere has been retained.
The key question, though, is how it controls. This is a series built around absolute precision: the ability to gain that little extra momentum by shifting your rider's weight just so, giving you just enough speed to clear an obstacle but not so much that you end up wasting precious seconds in the air. For expert players - who, admittedly, are certainly not Frontier's audience - it's a game of muscle memory, where tiny twitches of the thumb happen through pure intuition.
Acceleration and braking are recreated well enough, with nice big arrows in the bottom right, large enough that even the clumsiest thumb won't miss them. Bottom left is where you find the buttons that shift your rider forwards or backwards on the bike. Using these to pull off mid-air flips isn't too bad. It feels more slippery than previous Trials titles, but the change is easy to adjust to. When it comes to the really important stuff - those little adjustments that get you up a steep ramp a fraction of a second faster - the cold input of the touchscreen really struggles.
That this isn't a huge problem to begin with is mostly down to Frontier's structure. This isn't a game that is massively concerned with beating a track or shaving milliseconds off your time. Mostly, you'll be playing tracks to undertake missions for the various characters, each with their own distinct fixation. A young fanboy is the one who sets you stunt challenges, for example, rewarding you for performing a specific number of flips, or spending a certain amount of time in the air or in a wheelie. The town's mapmaker is the guy who introduces new areas, while the mechanic points you in the direction of upgrades and blueprints for different bikes.
The DNA of classic Trials is really only felt in the demands of a crusty prospector, who requires silver and gold medals to pass his missions, and what amount to boss races. These are sometimes unfairly skewed to ensure you've upgraded your bike enough - a problematic process which we'll come to in a moment - but mostly exist to force you to get a perfect run, since the entirely scripted AI racer makes few mistakes. Sadly, most of the times you fail these encounters, it won't be because you screwed up, but because you lost those vital seconds wrestling to get momentum up a slope thanks to the intangible controls.
Even then, you're rarely asked to truly excel, to push yourself harder. You can do, of course, by summoning the ghosts of your friends' best runs, but mostly you'll do this of your own volition rather than because the game expects or demands superlative play. There are no tracks here where you'll spend hours trying to perfect a certain obstacle, no barriers to progress that require skill to pass.
The reason that Frontier is never as demanding as a Trials game should be is because it's free-to-play, and if you scare players off by insisting they get better then they'll never pay up. Instead, the biggest barriers that Frontier erects are those that draw on your patience rather than your ability.
So, yes, there's an energy mechanic. It's fuel in this case, and you use up five of this resource every time you start an event. The game thankfully doesn't repeat the charge no matter how many times you restart, so that vital aspect of the Trials experience hasn't been entirely monetised. But the screws are in place, and they do get tightened. You'll earn coins for completing missions and for the number of checkpoints you pass without a foul, but the hard currency - diamonds - is the one that proves most useful.
After each race, there's a wheel of fortune mini-game where you can win bike parts, and if you fail to win the piece you need, you can cash in a few diamonds to spin again. With each spin, you can enlarge the area of the wheel allocated to the item you want, so right away there's an incentive to keep dipping into your diamond stash. You'll also be tempted to do that in order to speed up the upgrades to your bike, which inevitably start out taking seconds and soon stretch to north of an hour.
It doesn't take long for progress in the game to be tied not to your medals, but to how much loot you can grab from the spin of a wheel. You can do it without paying - you always can - but that means a lot of grinding through the same tracks over and over. By the time the game introduces an additional layer of crafting, where you have to collect basic items and then craft those into even better items to craft into usable upgrades (all of which, of course, can be bypassed by spending diamonds) you may start to wonder where the soul of Trials has gone.
It wasn't the freemium mechanisms that turned me off Trials Frontier, but a cumulative erosion of my enthusiasm based on the not-quite-there touch controls and the emphasis on upgrades and resource grinding over gameplay prowess
It is, amazingly, still there. Just about. It may be damning the game with faint praise, but Frontier's micro-payments, while very visible, are never as intrusive as they might have been. The game certainly doesn't shy away from suggesting you spend your diamonds, but nor does it hold back in dishing them out. You're unlikely to earn enough to speed up your progress dramatically, but every wheel spin has a tiny chance of earning five diamonds back, and they're also handed out as mission rewards fairly frequently.
In the end, it wasn't the freemium mechanisms that turned me off Trials Frontier, but a cumulative erosion of my enthusiasm based on the not-quite-there touch controls, the emphasis on upgrades and resource grinding over gameplay prowess and the knowledge that, in keeping with all free-to-play games of this sort, those annoyances can only escalate over time. But then, was this ever meant to be our Trials game for 2014? RedLynx has clearly chosen to create next week's Fusion for the hardcore and Frontier for the Clash of Clans crowd.
Trials has always been frustrating. That's part of its genius. Pitch the difficulty of a game just right, whether you're talking about MegaMan or Dark Souls, and frustration can be incredibly satisfying, even addictive. That's the feeling that classic Trials deals in, but not Frontier, which opts for a more pedestrian sort of frustration - the feeling that the goalposts are being moved, that progress is purposefully bogged down in needless clutter. You'll still catch glimpses of the game you remember in amongst that clutter; whether that's enough to have you splashing out on virtual gems is another matter.
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A deep metagame, a compelling storyline, and a rich, surprising world of adventure and exploration.
Explore, ride and create.
Trials Frontier boasts a deep metagame, a compelling storyline, and a rich, surprising world of adventure and exploration.
- Expand and enrich your village
- Explore the extensive world map
- Challenge yourself against superb physics gameplay
- Discover colorful characters and a quirky storyline
- Collect parts to upgrade and customize your bike and rider
- Connect to Trials Fusion, earning bonus rider gear and bike customization
Connect and Compete
With Trials Frontier, you can take the Trials competition with you, wherever you go:
- Multiplayer: both asynchronous and time-limited global events
- Global Leader Boards
- Live Community Events
- Friend Notifications
- Robust content update road map
Trials Frontier is being created by RedLynx as a worthy successor in the Trials line, with console quality graphics in its own right. It's also being developed in tandem with next-gen console game Trials Fusion, meaning the two games will connect in the right way.
Trials Frontier is Now Available on iOS and Android
Trials Frontier gives RedLynx's best-selling and award-winning Trials series its mobile game debut.
Discover a unique social racing game, featuring a compelling storyline, friendly competition, easy-to-approach physics-based gameplay, and a massive content stream.
Designed for touch-based platforms, Trials Frontier combines the insanely addictive gameplay of Trials with the mobile knowhow of RedLynx, gained through such releases as DrawRace 2 and MotoHeroz.
9 April 2014
Trials Frontier is available on:
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Trials Frontier is rated
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Play the mobile version of the best-selling and critically-acclaimed Trials series, by the award-winning developer RedLynx! Experience the ultimate SKILL-BASED BIKE RACING GAME for free, on your smartphone and tablet! “Looking like the real deal.” - Pocket Gamer Trials Frontier is unlike any other bike or car racing game you’ve played before! Ride your motorcycles on extremely addictive tracks while you perform slick wheelies, crazy jumps, mid-air flips and menacing stunts! Battle players from around the world and dominate global leaderboards on every track! Race, explore, upgrade, and compete. Accept no substitutes! Features: - PHYSICS-BASED GAMEPLAY Trials Frontier brings the critically acclaimed Trials brand of physics-based gameplay to mobile! Control your bike with extreme accuracy, and shift your weight backward or forward for better landings, wheelies and stunts! - MULTIPLAYER / PvP GAME MODES Monthly Ranked Seasons await you in the Bunker – where you race against Riders from around the world to rank higher up the Leaderboards and win exclusive new Rewards! - 250+ UNIQUE RACE-TRACKS Hundreds of truly trailblazing Tracks to race on - with new tracks added every month! - 15+ WICKED BIKES Tier I, II and III bikes, Legendary bikes, Crazy bikes and some of the biggest motorcycle brands await you in the Frontier! Collect and build bikes in the Garage – each with unique speed and handling! - PERFECTED GHOST RACING! Race Ghosts of players on the Leaderboards of any Track! Learn how to perform epic stunts and break world records from the best riders in the Frontier! - 250+ CHALLENGING MISSIONS! With more than 50 hours of story-driven gameplay in 10 gorgeous environments, you’ll want to take your bike out for a spin in the Frontier and get racing! Join the Trials Community! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trialsfrontier.game Twitter: https://twitter.com/trialsfrontier Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trials.frontier Disclaimer: Please Note - Trials Frontier is completely free to play, however some game items can be purchased for real money. You can disable the ability to make in-app purchase in your device settings at any time.
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Play the mobile version of the best-selling and critically-acclaimed Trials series, by the award-winning developer RedLynx! Experience the ultimate SKILL-BASED BIKE RACING GAME for free, on your smartphone and tablet!
“Looking like the real deal.” - Pocket Gamer
Trials Frontier is unlike any other bike or car racing game you’ve played before!
Ride your motorcycles on extremely addictive tracks while you perform slick wheelies, crazy jumps, mid-air flips and menacing stunts!
Battle players from around the world and dominate global leaderboards on every track! Race, explore, upgrade, and compete. Accept no substitutes!
- PHYSICS-BASED GAMEPLAY
Trials Frontier brings the critically acclaimed Trials brand of physics-based gameplay to mobile! Control your bike with extreme accuracy, and shift your weight backward or forward for better landings, wheelies and stunts!
- MULTIPLAYER / PvP GAME MODES
Monthly Ranked Seasons await you in the Bunker – where you race against Riders from around the world to rank higher up the Leaderboards and win exclusive new Rewards!
- 250+ UNIQUE RACE-TRACKS
Hundreds of truly trailblazing Tracks to race on - with new tracks added every month!
- 15+ WICKED BIKES
Tier I, II and III bikes, Legendary bikes, Crazy bikes and some of the biggest motorcycle brands await you in the Frontier! Collect and build bikes in the Garage – each with unique speed and handling!
- PERFECTED GHOST RACING!
Race Ghosts of players on the Leaderboards of any Track! Learn how to perform epic stunts and break world records from the best riders in the Frontier!
- 250+ CHALLENGING MISSIONS!
With more than 50 hours of story-driven gameplay in 10 gorgeous environments, you’ll want to take your bike out for a spin in the Frontier and get racing!
Join the Trials Community!
Disclaimer: Please Note - Trials Frontier is completely free to play, however some game items can be purchased for real money. You can disable the ability to make in-app purchase in your device settings at any time.
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Trials Frontier is an adaptation for mobile devices of the Trials series as a free-to-play title with in-app purchases. The game uses the Old West setting of the American frontier, but also incorporates modern environments. The protagonist is a stunt biker who uses the rocky environments to ride. In one of the early levels he gets trapped under rocks after an explosion and is brought to a town. There he receives a new bike and helps out different characters to map the world and complete missions.
The gameplay is largely identical to the earlier games. In 2.5D side-scrolling levels the biker needs to reach the finish by crossing gaps, going up slopes and overcoming obstacles in the environment without losing balance. Two arrows in the bottom right corner of the screen are used to accelerate and brake. There are also two arrows in the bottom left corner to lean, perform mid-air flips and maintain balance. After crashing, an arrow in the top right corner can be tapped to recover. The player is rewarded with coins for completing checkpoints without crashing. It is also possible to compete against the ghost runs of friends.
The Home Village is the central hub. In the saloon there are different characters that offer missions and there is a garage to upgrade the bike. Two types of currencies are used: coins (basic) and gems (premium). Coins are mainly used to upgrade the bike through four types of parts that influence top speed, acceleration, lean and grip. Gems can be used to speed up upgrading. There is also an energy system based on fuel. Each mission and each restart costs fuel. When there is no more available the player has to wait or buy additional fuel as an in-app purchase. Completing missions by achieving the objectives or performing tricks is rewarded with coins and experience for a global level. Many missions have conditions such as a time limit, a specific type of stunt, beating a rival or limited the amount of crashes. At the end of the level a loot wheel can usually be spun to gain parts. Earning parts reduces the upgrading cost significantly. The chances of receiving a specific item can be raised by spending gems as this increases the area on the wheel of the desired item. Other elements that come into play later in the game are blueprints for new bikes, super magnets, rarified fuel, chips, showdown tickets and crafting parts into better ones.
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