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    Line Rider 2: Unbound

    Game » consists of 5 releases. Released Aug 12, 2008

    Line Rider 2: Unbound lets players create their own track using a pencil tool. Players can create ramps, loops, hills, and checkpoints, and then send a sledder down the track.

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    Line Rider 2 is a sequel to the world known Line Ride flash game, were you draw a line from point to point press go and see what happens.


    Regular lines: These lines are your every day lines that have no special aspect in them, all they are there for is just to get Line Rider from place to place.

    Speed lines: These lines are used to make the Line Rider go faster, their rapid acceleration capabilities are great for putting right before a big jump and can be used in very clever ways.

    Scenery lines: Scenery lines are used just for scenery. The Line Rider will go right through them, and they are just there for looks.

    Shatter lines: Shatter lines are lines that will break when the Line Rider goes through them, resulting in bits of falling lines.

    Bounce lines: These lines are really just a trampoline that the Line Rider can go on to make his bounce high into the air.


    Tricks are new to Line Rider and are there to give the game more spice to your track.

    PC System Requirements

    • OS: Windows Xp
    • Processor: 2.0GHz CPU
    • Memory: 512MB Ram
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 4400 64MB video ram
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0 compatible sound and video card
    • Hard Drive: 2.0GB free hard disk space

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