Description: Weave your way through traffic at insane speeds in the smash arcade hit.
Played by over 3 million iDevice users, and now FREE for the Android!
Jake Melton has made a lot of mistakes in his life, but missing his wedding won’t be one of them.
Lane Splitter is a fast-paced arcade action game where your reflexes will mean the difference between either surviving or crashing in spectacular fashion!
Ride your sport bike at insane speeds through ever changing traffic. Keep an eye out for careless drivers and avoid vehicle blind spots. Easy to learn but hard to master. Do you have what it takes to reach “TOP SPEED”?
* Ridiculously addictive gameplay
* Simple and streamlined game design reminiscent of old school arcade games
* Beautifully rendered 3D environments that change every day you play
* Global leaderboards
* Facebook integration: compete with your friends for top score and post brags to your wall
* Awesome realistic sound effects recorded from a real sport bike!
HOW TO PLAY
– Tilt the phone to steer left and right
– Stay away from cars and walls
– Hang on for dear life!
– Tap and hold the screen to do wheelies (the longer you hold it, the more bonus points you get for each car passed)
– Pick up “Lane Splitter” bonuses by navigating your way in between cars during heavy traffic areas
– Compete for best wheelie times with your friends and the world by viewing the “Longest Wheelie” score boards from the main menu
Lane Splitter is a fast pace game where you weave your sport bike through traffic. The objective is simple and that’s to remain on the bike as long as possible while accruing points. Press on the screen to attempt a wheelie for extra points. I’ve started becoming a fan of games you can play with one hand, and Lane Splitter is one of them. I can play the game with one hand, and use my other hand for other things like (insert joke here). Steer by tilting left or right and use your thumb to press on the screen to do wheelies. Game play is smooth and the animation is brilliant. The scenery changes as you ride. I’d give a higher rating if there we’re different levels and challenges, but for free, you can’t expect much more.