Do your best in high speeds and knock the zombies off their feet throwing them of the buildings. Use special moves to eliminate hordes of zombies.
Enjoy the latest action pack bike and zombie games online for free on VitalityGames.com. Click to play this thrilling Apocalyptic survival game called Extreme Moto Team.
Rev the engine of this powerful motorbike while you race, jump and make the best flips in air trying to landing safe on zombies, ice and concrete walls. Make those wheels spin and get the longest fire coming from the back of the bike. Burn those pipes while you try to keep the bike safe on the track. Fill the race meter from the left side of the game interface to be able to do cool things and tricks. Remember you are on the bike with another friend so making flips and stunts will be more difficult. Do your best in high speeds and knock the zombies off their feet throwing them of the buildings. Use special moves like shark head to east and smash the zombie flocks. Get the right speed while jumping over helicopters, planes and land safe one the buildings. With moving ramps and buildings tilted almost on the back it will be difficult to stay alive. Make sure you lean back as much as possible and climb easily on the walls without falling of the bike. Slow down when you see the wrecking balls you will be smash by them and die.
This game Extreme Moto Team can be played directly in your browser, free of charge. This game has been played 4.3k times and has received a rating of 4.50 / 5 with 32 votes. and was built with WEBGL technology to work fast in most browsers. To have a more enjoyable experience this game can be played in fullscreen mode also. If you enjoy this Extreme Moto Team game, make sure to check out our other exciting games.
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