Video Game Review – ATV Offroad Thunder
This is kind of a racing/freestyle hybrid game. The goal is to finish each level before your time expires and get enough points to qualify for the next level. The way you get points is to pull off big tricks – jumps, flips, and seven signature tricks. The more tricks you successfully pull off, the more points you get.
You start the game with only one ATV choice and three signature tricks. As you pass levels, more tricks and more ATVs are unlocked.
Video Game Review – Snow ATV
Unlike basically everything other ATV game we’ve seen, Snow ATV is not racing game or a freestyle game. It’s set up more as an ATV obstacle course.
As it’s completely free (except for the 30 second advertisement at the beginning), there’s really not a lot too Snow ATV. Controls are very simple – everything is controlled with the arrow keys. We found the controls to be pretty touchy, but you’ll get the hang of things in a few minutes.
The game is broken down into levels and each level is basically a straight line – no turns at all. Of course, there are plenty of obstacles in the way. You’ll have to climb over rocks, trees, tires, cars across a slippery snowy landscape.