Developed and released by Zego Studio, Bike Racing: GT Spider Moto, is a bike racing game about performing insane stunts using your favourite superhero. The game’s main objective is quite simple: ride a motorbike down a slope and avoid obstacles as you reach the finish line.
The game’s premise is straightforward and gets boring quite quickly. We will be looking at Bike Racing: GT Spider Moto, focusing on all the good and bad the game offers. So let’s get into it!
Bike Racing: GT Spider Moto features plenty of cool superhero characters such as spiderman, Captain Marvel, Homelander and even a chimpanzee to select from. Having this wide range of characters to choose from was quite interesting. These heroes are owned by Marvel and protected under copyright laws. So the Zego Studio developers chose not to name the characters and even changed certain colours of their outfits.
The core concept of the game revolves around performing cool stunts and clearing various obstacle courses on motorbikes. The game features several uphill and downhill ramps to ride on and even insane jumps in front of an audience. Performing wheelies on-ramps using a spiderman character isn’t ideal but hella fun. The game has one simple objective, ride over ramps and perform insane stunts to pass the time.
One of the most annoying things a developer can do is add unskippable, random, touch-sensitive advertisements to their game. Bike Racing: GT Spider Moto has a very blatant and infuriating problem with advertisements. There are simply too many of them. We couldn’t go from the game mode to game settings without being interrupted by 2 unskippable advertisements.
I understand that many indie studios and game developers need to monetize their games to continue making more games and receive some compensation for their work. However, making a game unplayable or very revolting due to excessive advertisements seems like a wasted effort.
Bike Racing: GT Spider Moto feels extremely clunky. The animations aren’t clear, and the game’s physics is also not so good. Ramps don’t give that much-needed satisfying boost, and the motorbikes have no difference. Movement and character designs are also done shoddily and seem very unappealing to the eye.
Having superheroes that Marvel and DC created in the game with changed colours also was a very piss poor job of attracting little kids who don’t know any better.
The UI of the game is ridiculously simple and ineffective. Having an insane number of advertisements, which makes navigating through the game’s options practically impossible. The button layout could be better and more responsive. This makes the game feel very laggy and annoying.
The game’s repetitive nature is the biggest negative of Bike Racing: GT Spider Moto. Despite the interesting concept, the developers at Zego Studios made the game extremely boring after the first few levels. The game has nothing unique to offer; you start each level with the same 4 characters to choose from, get on the bike, race down the racing pipe, and complete your trip down the track.
The game is clearly meant to be a simple cash grab for the developers with their obvious attempt to monetize at every turn of the game. It is best suited for little kids who like to watch a bike move down a slope.
Overall based on the good and the bad observed for Bike Racing: GT Spider Moto, we have decided to give the game a solid 2/10. The reasoning behind such a low score is that the game is a terrible experience. It comes with infuriating and unskippable advertisements, horrendous graphics, clunky UI, and even bootleg characters.
The game has no hint of originality and creativity, making it simply a boring experience for the users. The closest thing to personalization this game offers is the ability to change your motorbike’s colours. It is easier to note the things wrong with this game than to compliment it.
It is an ok game at best for young children who don’t know any better or for people who want to simply waste time. If you want to play games with the concept of motorbikes, there are plenty of options and Bike Racing: GT Spider Moto is one game we wouldn’t recommend.
Bike Racing: GT Spider Moto is available to download on Google Play.