Trials HD is a full-featured, physics-based motorcycle racing game with more than 50 tracks in two unique game modes. Race Mode emphasizes balance, skill, and control as you tackle indoor obstacle tracks. Skill Mode features extreme skill games in which explosions, crashes, and injuries cannot – and sometimes should not – be avoided.
A level editor enables players to create, share and download an unlimited number of free tracks. The game features stunning high definition graphics, customizable riders, unlockable bikes, global rankings, in-game friend scores, and more.
Trials HD was voted 2009’s ‘Best Overall Arcade Game’ and ‘Best Innovation’ by Xbox Live Arcade players, a prestigious honor awarded directly by the community. It was also nominated the ‘Best Downloadable Game’ at the 12th Annual Independent Games Festival Awards and 'Best Game of 2009' at the Nordic Game conference.
With over a million players worldwide, Trials HD is one of the most popular games on Xbox Live Arcade. It has maintained an average review score of 86 among reviewers and an astounding 92 amongst individual gamers on Metacritic.com.
- Tons of tracks: Over 50 versatile tracks will test your racing and stunt riding skills.
- Level sharing: The level editor allows you to create your own levels and share them with other racers.
- Customization: Unlock new bikes as you ride, and make your rider your own.
- Leaderboards: Trials HD features a new type of in-game friend scores and global rankings
We offer a free trial version of the game for all Xbox LIVE customers. The demo contains eight tracks, four bikes and a limited version of the level editor. You can also watch replays of other players and use the in-game friend comparison features. Xbox LIVE Arcade trial games are not allowed to send scores to Leader Boards or save any data to the hard drive. If you at any time want to compete in the Leader Boards, or save your game progress or custom tracks, you can unlock the full version with 1200 Microsoft Points. No extra download or game restart is required.
–Yara Elmjouie, 1UP.com
–Mike Channell, Official Xbox Magazine UK
–Mike Jackson, Computer and Video Games