Mad Skills Motocross game released


August 25th 2009.

Turborilla has released their very first title, Mad Skills Motocross. The small, independent developer lets everyone try a demo version of the game for free. They are confident that the sheer fun of the gameplay will turn tryers into buyers.

Mad Skills Motocross is a sidescrolling motocross game that reminds of the golden days of gaming while also utilizing high-tech features. The game sports precise physical simulations, making the bike to rider interaction highly believable. It can be played on Windows, Macintosh and Linux.

Turborilla believes in social media, thus the presence of Mad Skills Motocross on popular social networks. Remarks such as the following are not uncommon where the game is present:

"This is possibley the best motocross game ever– James Dutton" ( )

Updates for Mad Skills Motocross will be released continuously, the development does not stop just because the game has been released.

-"That is the beauty of independent games, we do not rush on to the next project. We listen to our customers and keep on adding features according to popular wishes", says CEO Tobias Andersson.

Screenshots, trailer, and free demo download on

About Turborilla

Turborilla is an independent game developer and was founded in 2006 by Tobias Andersson. They are now two people working hard to bring joy into the gaming world and turn passion into games. The office is in Umea, Sweden and always open for anyone who wants to come byand talk about computer games. For more information and a Developer Diary, go to



Tobias Andersson

Umestan hus 7

S-903 47 UMEA


0046 (0) 70 658 34 46


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