Crazy BMX World Reviews
For around $3, you get 295 courses, various game modes, multiple collectibles and plenty of replay value for you to get the best records. Simple controls which almost everyone can get into. Even within the same course, certain mechanics and gimmicks would change the strategy drastically. The downside is, since the core mechanics stay put, once you ‘get it’, the entire game can quickly be foreseen and feel obsolete.
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So, sure, mobile conversions of one-button games can work reasonably well and be entertaining, even on the dedicated hardware of the Switch...
Crazy BMX World contains excellent games that have aged gracefully, but it's strangely just okay as a compilation. While a real value, the linear design (and lack of Pro controller support) sizably hurt it. I hope it gets a patch asap.