Trailbreaker Jupiter edition - 3D space ball race! Trailblazer inspired tittle! Manic bowling in the stars.
FREE arcade /action game just for you.
Drive along a series of suspended courses - racing on a cosmic causeway roads.
Fast and catchy action / arcade game that involves the player to roll the space ball along a series of suspended courses.
Steer left and right to avoid the cracks and be careful not to fall off the edge of the path as you go.
Thundering into the unknown at breakneck speed, are you agile enough to negotiate the perils of Trailbreaker?
This space racing game includes 8 level packs. Over 250 levels.
You'll meet up with the 'short starter', the 'arcade mode', the 'hi speed', the 'slow down' level packs, and more. Just to fit anybody.
Some tracks limits number of the jumps and/or number of the lives. Please be carefully. There are tracks you'll race against time. Races are quite brief and usually last between 20 and 90 seconds.
• Game for real 3D action/arcade fans
• Wide variety of fun levels that you can play
• Challenge level episodes included
• Special Space Junk episode
• Fun with randomly generated levels (proceduraly)
• Crazy curved racing tracks
• Various moving obstacles to make your life a bit more difficult.
• Game pickups you'll love:
• Power jump
• Extra jump
• Extra life
• Extra time
Arcade Level pack compete for one of the hardest game on the Android market.
Almost every Trailbreaker Jupiter Edition game level has been named after a real celestial object.
Recommendation for the first time players is to playing easy starter levels, once you get used to game controls balancing the ball, try everyone's favorite 'Speed' and 'Space Junk' level packs. After 500 miles of traveling, new 'Random' level pack will be unlocked for even more endless fun.
I wish to send many thanks to creators of so inspiring 'trailblazer'. I'm still remembering original... after 31 years.
Year of release: 1986
Publisher: Gremlin Graphics Software Ltd (UK)
Re-released by: Erbe Software S.A. (Spain) Ricochet (UK)
Authors: Mr. Chip Software (Shaun Hollingworth, Peter M. Harrap, Chris Kerry, Steve Kerry, Terry Lloyd)
Remarks: Winner of the Year’s Best – 1986 Awards – Arcade Game.
Thanks you for playing. Always.
Yours Milos Mike, Gemini Software Studio.