Rider for PC (Windows XP/7/8/8.1/10 & MacOS)

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From the Ubisoft affiliated developers ketchapp who have released over a whooping 110+ games comes another new arcade game called Rider. Staying true to their style of simply-named, straight-forward addicting games this game is bound to be a good pastime. The flashy 3D graphics in a 2D plane environment with neon lighted tracks gives the game a beautiful dashing look somewhat similar to glow hockey. The game has you travel through an endless track on two-wheels jumping, flipping and spinning  to perform amazing stunts. The bike racing along with its flamboyant trail and the vivid colorful background is a beautiful sight. The mechanics and fluidity of the game ensures that one stays glued to the screen. With over 40 different bikes, 100 challenges, 32 levels, multiple unlock-able themes and daily rewards the game makes it hard for you to get bored of it. The challenge and thrill which the game offers is a great way to waste your day and kill time with. Now-a-days since everyone is fond of endless runners trying to break high scores this game is sure to take you on a Ride and be a worthy addition to you collection of pastimes.

Download the game on your computer system and start riding the bike there too. Rider for PC is compatible with systems like desktops or laptops running the Mac OS or the Windows OS. To download the Rider for PC, just get an emulator like BlueStacks, BlueStacks 2 or Remix OS Player.

Rider PC

Rider for PC (Windows XP/7/8/8.1/10 & MacOS)

  1. Download your desired Android emulator from here: BlueStacks | BlueStacks 2 | Remix OS | Andy OS
  2. Assuming that you’ve downloaded BlueStacks or BlueStacks 2 emulator, head towards the next steps.
  3. Open the newly installed BlueStacks or BlueStacks 2 emulator on your Windows or Mac PC.
  4. Now click on “Search” for BlueStacks, for BlueStacks 2 you will click on “Android tab > Search“.
  5. Type “Rider” and search it using Google Play Store.
  6. As soon as Rider appears in the Play Store, click it and install it.
  7. Once installed, it will appear under All Apps, for BlueStacks 2 it will appear under Android tab > All Apps.
  8. Click on the newly installed app or game to open it. Follow the on-screen instructions and keyboard settings to use or play it now. That’s all.

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