Ricky Carmichael’s Motocross Matchup PRO is free for a limited time


2XL Games has announced that their newly relaunched motocross racing app, Ricky Carmichael’s Motocross Matchup PRO, has stormed Free App A Day (faad.com) and is currently available for free via the promotion. Racing fans can get their hands on the new app by visiting faad.com or by checking out the game page on the app store.

Ricky Carmichael's Motocross Matchup PRO is an all-new racing game where it's you against online competitors from around the globe. This includes the chance to bang bars with some of the best in the business, including Ricky Carmichael himself. 

Play Matchup mode and go head-to-head on both indoor (based on the real 2011 Supercross track layouts) and outdoor nationals tracks, including Ricky's very own backyard. 

Choose from a wide selection of avatars! Pick a rider outfitted in all of the latest Fox gear riding official Suzuki racing bikes to special characters on their own personalized machines. 

Collect in-game prizes and currency that you can use to upgrade your ride and give you the edge to beat your friends. Real Rewards is all set to hand out some very cool real world prizes. Check out www.YourRealRewards.com to see what's on tap. 

You'll love the new video out support which allows you to crank up the action on your TV.


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