Late in the Wii's life, Trials developer RedLynx released MotoHeroz on the console, which was similar to the legendary motorcycle platformer, but a bit simpler and more focused on party style multiplayer. The following year, MotoHeroz appeared on iOS devices to little fanfare.
Now, the physics-based racing game can be found on the Google Play store for use on Android devices, and to mark the occasion, it is is going as a fully free-to-play title on both Android and iOS. As with the original Wii version, players can progress through the campaign, racing to earn stars and unlocking new levels with those stars. However, vehicle upgrades appear to be purchased using coins, which are obtainable via in-app purchase.
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