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Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX (Game Boy Advance)

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www.nintendo.com - Game Boy Advance:
    Seven pro riders join 10-time World Vert champion Mat "Condor" Hoffman in Activision's tribute to topsy-turvy two-wheeling.

    Developer Hotgen Studios has crammed in eight street, dirt and vert courses. A tutorial will help you get started. In Career mode, you garner covers and medals to unlock new courses.

    Tough judges in Tournament mode will knock down your point total for excessive bailing and sticking to one area of a course. It doesn't help that you're competing against seven of the world's greatest BMX riders.

    Free Ride lets you get the feel of unlocked courses. Time Trial mode sets you off on a cross-country dirt track. You can earn precious seconds by pulling great tricks.

    Two players with two GBAs, two Game Paks and a GBA Game Link cable can go head-to-head in a multiplayer mode. These include Versus, a score-based competition; Bomb; an explosive variant on tag; Star Hunt; a fast-moving treasure hunt; and Tug-O-War, in which the goal is to pull of the biggest tricks in the least amount of time.

    Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX for the Game Boy Advance is available now. The game is rated "E" for Everyone.

    Contributed by Xoleras (66206) on Jan 13, 2005.

Back of Box - Game Boy Advance:

    CATCH MASSIVE AIR WITH THE KING OF BMX!



    Ride like 10-time World Vert Champion, Mat Hoffman, or one of 7 other top pro riders. Pull off hundreds of trick combos and signature moves. Rip it up on 8 street, Vert and Dirt courses. Shred, grind and 360 your way through the ultimate BMX experience.

    New advanced 3-D graphics for the ultimate BMX experience.

    Ride as one of 8 of the best BMX Pros, each with signature tricks.

    Build a career in single-player mode or challenge friends in multiplayer action.

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69753) on May 24, 2003.