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Games & Racing & Casual
Last Update
Jan 08, 2020
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Play the mobile version of the best-selling and critically-acclaimed Trials series, by the award-winning developer RedLynx! Experience the ultimate SKILL-BASED BIKE RACING GAME for free, on your smartphone and tablet!<br><br>“Looking like the real deal.” - Pocket Gamer<br>“Loads of depth and a neat multiplayer mode.’’ - TouchArcade<br><br>Trials Frontier is unlike any other bike or car racing game you’ve played before!<br><br>Ride your motorcycles on extremely addictive tracks while you perform slick wheelies, crazy jumps, mid-air flips and menacing stunts! <br><br>Battle players from around the world and dominate global leaderboards on every track! Race, explore, upgrade, and compete. Accept no substitutes!<br><br>Features:<br>- PHYSICS-BASED GAMEPLAY<br>Trials Frontier brings the critically acclaimed Trials brand of physics-based gameplay to mobile! Control your bike with extreme accuracy, and shift your weight backward or forward for better landings, wheelies and stunts!<br><br>- MULTIPLAYER / PvP GAME MODES <br>Monthly Ranked Seasons await you in the Bunker – where you race against Riders from around the world to rank higher up the Leaderboards and win exclusive new Rewards!<br><br>- 250+ UNIQUE RACE-TRACKS<br>Hundreds of truly trailblazing Tracks to race on - with new tracks added every month!<br><br>- 15+ WICKED BIKES<br>Tier I, II and III bikes, Legendary bikes, Crazy bikes and some of the biggest motorcycle brands await you in the Frontier! Collect and build bikes in the Garage – each with unique speed and handling!<br><br>- PERFECTED GHOST RACING!<br>Race Ghosts of players on the Leaderboards of any Track! Learn how to perform epic stunts and break world records from the best riders in the Frontier!<br><br>- 250+ CHALLENGING MISSIONS!<br>With more than 50 hours of story-driven gameplay in 10 gorgeous environments, you’ll want to take your bike out for a spin in the Frontier and get racing!<br><br>Join the Trials Community!<br>Facebook:<br>Twitter:<br>Instagram:<br><br>Disclaimer: Please Note - Trials Frontier is completely free to play, however some game items can be purchased for real money. You can disable the ability to make in-app purchase in your device settings at any time.

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Apr 23, 2019

Yes it has in app purchases just like any other free game and yes they can make your bikes faster than other f2p players but it doesn’t matter how much money you spend on this game it still take time and patience and skill to master. I choose to spend money on this game because the team that created it deserve it. I love every game in the trials franchise, but this one just might be my favorite. I can agree with the nay sayers on one thing... there should be separate leaderboards for each bike. Because for those of us who don’t have the agent bike or the KTM or BMW bike could never dream of getting anywhere near the top rank on any track no matter how upgraded your bike is if you don’t own those exsclusive super fast bikes. It would be cool to have leader boards for each bike on each track separately kind of how you get a different set of times/medals for the donkey. I think that would level the playing field for people who find value in trying to have the top times and getting there names on the leader boards. This is the only reason I give it 4 stars. The game is very difficult to play on my iPhone 5 but I play on my Apple TV with a nimbus controller and it’s so much fun. But if you have a larger phone than a 5 or an iPad you shouldn’t ha e any trouble.

Jul 04, 2018

This game is easy to learn, but incredibly difficult to perfect. The upgrading of the bikes can be tedious, but I finished upgrading the 9 main bikes over a year ago, and still enjoy playing this game every day. If you must binge play a game, don't play Trials. If you are like me, and can play a bit and then continue with your life, I highly recommend it. A couple tips: 1. Be patient - upgrades can take multiple days to finish, and you can run out of fuel quick. 2. Don't use diamonds for anything but fuel tank upgrades. Want to use diamonds to speed up an upgrade? See #1. 3. It is possible to beat the game and unlock all tracks without spending a dime. That being said, I recommend spending a couple bucks to get rid of ads. 4. Play the slot machine often - it has some great prizes and they get better as it levels up. 5. (This is the most important) Add some friends! Racing against other people's ghosts is always more exciting, and much more challenging. I can't tell you how many shortcuts and speed techniques I've discovered by racing other players. I love Trials because of how easy it is to learn the controls, but how difficult it is to master them. I'm constantly learning how to overcome different obstacles and improve my score. With the addition of the Bunker, the Donkey, Agent, Stallion and now KTM bikes there's always new content to keep things interesting. I look forward to what they add next.

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Apr 28, 2019

I’m not afraid to pay money for a good game but these micro-transactions are ridiculous. I love Trials and just want to play it. I don’t want to be worrying about only getting 5 attempts at different maps before I’m out of fuel and can’t play anymore. Sadly, a lot of games, this one included, don’t offer one-and-done purchases. You can’t just pay 4.99 or something and enjoy the game. You’ll get to a point where it feels like everything is locked behind pay walls, and the things that aren’t feel like one big ultimatum. Am I going to be able to get gold or beat this guy this instance with my current bike upgrades or not? Because if not, I don’t want to waste my fuel here. Further into the game you just become tentative with what you want to try to complete which eliminates any entertainment value. To developers, this model apparently works in that it lines their pockets, but for customers it’s scummy. It’s not like they’ll change any of this even if they read it. They couldn’t care less even with their little responses to low reviews on here, but it’d sure be nice to have a dev surprise me for once. Wishful thinking... Summary: Great game mechanics in classic Trials style....Locked away in a model designed for a blatant cash grab Prospective Players: Enjoy it for as long as you can early on. The dev’s greed only sends it downhill from there.

May 18, 2019

I love this game. It's by far my favorite mobile game ever. It requires skill, patience, and an intuitive grasp of physics to excel, and it's fun as heck... but there are ALWAYS issues, and the game frequently seems intent on making absolutely everything take FOREVER. Collecting bike blueprints, finding track pieces, and performing bike upgrades all take way longer than good game design calls for, simply so they'll have as much chance as possible to get you to spend money. Right now I'm experiencing an incredibly annoying bug, where the game just loses track of the fact that my finger is on the screen and/or ignores my frantic tapping for a couple of seconds. In a game where a single tiny tap can be the difference between Platinum and a fault, this is unacceptable. Also, PLEASE MAKE ALL OF THE NEW TRACKS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE. Tracks are EVERYTHING in this game. Giving me two track pieces on the prize wheel during an event and then not having any way to get the other 8 pieces afterwards is not only annoying, but stupid as heck on the developer's part. I WILL PAY MONEY/GEMS FOR TRACKS!

Apr 01, 2018

Update# I deleted this game once they introduced new bikes that were more powerful than the stock bikes (like the KTM and recently the BMW) and allowed them to compete on the same leaderboard...which essentially nullifies all the hard work and precision you put into certain maps. At one point I was one of the top 300 players in the world (iOS), and even held a short lived world record on an established map. It was very disappointing to see an already extremely hard grind-fest, pay to win, type of game to further destroy their community and leaderboards. I’m probably not going to return to this game. Aside from’s a good physics game...once you are able to level up your bikes. Original review: Would be great, if it weren't plagued with In-app purchases. Pay to win model is a huge turn off. I would gladly purchase the game outright ($5-10)', but do not want countless in-app purchases to progress. I love the previous console trials games (HD, Evolution, Fusion), and play this more than any other app but the in-app purchases kill it (as well as a few other audio, and upgrade/fuel wait time).

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About Trials Frontier

Developed by Ubisoft.

Trials Frontier is ranking in   Games & Racing & Casual

Last update was at Jan 08, 2020and the current version is 7.9.0.

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Trials Frontier have a 34 300a user reviews.

Trials Frontier was released in the App Store. It is developed by Ubisoft, who have also released the following apps.

Trials Frontier has 34 300 user reviews.​

Trials Frontier has an average rating of 4.6. ​The latest version of Trials Frontier 7.9.0​ ​​was ​released on Jan 08, 2020​.

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