Elasto Mania

Elasto Mania (also known as Elma) is a physics-simulation game released in 2000. It claims to be based on a real physical model. It explores the notion of elastic motorcycles. The goal of each level is to collect every apple (disappearing by contact) spread throughout it, and then to touch the flower (the exit object). Some people, especially the ones part of online groups such as Mopolauta, play the game trying to finish levels as fast as possible, while others, mostly quite-new-to-the-game players, simply concern themselves with the accomplishment of levels, often first requiring figuring out a way for them to be solved. Ultimately, though, experienced players are motivated by the objective of finishing levels in the least amount of time possible, trying either to settle down personal, or world, records. That contributes to setting the stage for serious competition, especially in the official game levels.
Elasto Mania
Release date: 1 February 2000
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Website: http://www.elastomania.com/
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A NOT TOO Casual bike game

Elasto Mania (commonly known as Elma) is an indie motorbike simulation game, a colorful 2D racing experience first released in 2000 as a successor to Action SuperCross. The remastered version is bigger & better than the original - the definitive way to play. This gem is challenging to master, but you will quickly get the hang of it, once you start playing!

A Neverending experience

There is always something new to discover when it comes to this beloved enduro platformer. When you think you have completed all the levels and collected all the goodies, it’s time to go online and compete on the leaderboards, or play together with a friend for a new perspective on old levels. And don’t worry, you won’t run out of content - there are more than a hundred additional levels in this version, with even more on the way.

A Cult classic

The days of floppy disks, CRT monitors and dial-up internet are long gone, but our old school favorite outlived them all - and it’s still going strong. A lot has happened in the past two decades, but this fully formed cult classic is still the same “hard, but casual, but hard” retro game we all love. Play it now in its best form!
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  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Any
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Any
  • Storage: 512 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Any
  • Additional Notes: 64-bit OS required for further game updates.
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