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Mad Skills Motocross 3: A few bonus tips to help you rev up

Mad Skills Motocross 3: A few bonus tips to help you rev up

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Mad Skills Motocross 3 is a racing mobile game all about riding on motorcycles. You will duke it out against CPU players and prove that you're a masterful dirt bike rider. The game plays very similarly to a classic mobile game like Hill Climb Racing, only with dirt bikes. 

It's still quite different though with deeper customization features and faster vehicles. Not to mention that you're competing with numerous other players. But, for the most part, the game is pretty straightforward while also providing some form of depth so things are balanced. 

We gave you a few tips on this fun game before, but there are a few other, small things that you can keep in mind when playing. It's really up to you how you want to play the game, but here are a few bonus tips for you to go write in your mental notebook. 

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Careful with Tricks

It's always good to be more cautious with your tricks, especially during races in Mad Skills Motocross 3. They can slow you down a tad and, if you crash, then you could be in some trouble. So, during races, it may be best to just go and stay balanced on jumps.

You can do tricks if you want to. We all love doing tricks after all. Just know that it could bite you in the end if you aren't careful. With that being said, races are relatively short and you'll be able to give them another go if you aren't pleased with the results.

If you're a bit more experienced, then you already know how goes and can probably get away with getting some style points during races. But, then again, maybe you're a serious player who doesn't even bother doing tricks but however you play, just keep this in mind.

Mirror Mode

This is a very small thing but one that may go unnoticed when you're playing Mad Skills Motocross 3. In the settings, you can swap your button location to the other side of your screen. This can be helpful if you want if you're more comfortable with one side of the screen versus the other.

This can certainly depend on your handedness too of course. We see this in many games and one that comes to mind is PGA Tour 2K21. In that game, you swing using the right or left analogue stick. It can feel awkward on one side so you can switch the other.

The same goes for MSM 3. Although there is no pure analogue control necessarily, there's enough there to help you decide where you want your virtual buttons at. Play around and see if which is more comfortable for you. Switching back is always an option.

Daily Goals

So this is one of those things that players may or may not be doing. Keeping up with your Daily Goals is a good way to gain some experience and level up your rider. Take a peek at them each day and see what you can accomplish.

These tasks will be random. It can be something like winning three races or performing five backflips among other things. They're pretty simple for the most part and are fun to do. And of course, you'll get rewarded at the end which is always a plus.

You'll also receive currency as well so you can pay for upgrades on your bike and even buy some new ones to ride on. Consider doing these each day and you'll be racking up the rewards. We did talk about being careful with doing flips so feel free to win your race first and then go back in again and do the tricks if you want to.

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