How to Make Cool Ramps in "Free Rider 2"
- 1). Open your web browser and type "OneMoreLevel.com/game/free_rider_2" into your address bar. Hit enter and give the game a minute to load.
- 2). Select the "Draw lines" tool from the left tool pane and make your first decline by dragging a line down and to the right of the starting point. While the angle and length are up to you, the longer and steeper it is, the more air you'll potentially catch at the end of the jump.
- 3). Choose the "Draw curves" tool and make a gradual uphill curve at the end of the track. The angle and steepness are up to you but it needs to be smooth enough so the rider doesn't crash when he hits the curve. Gradually steepen the curve upward. Press "Enter" to return to your starting point.
- 4). Press your keyboard's up arrow to make the biker head down the ramp. If he crashes before reaching the end and jumping, use the eraser on the problem area and revise the track to smooth it out. Alternately, use the back and forward arrows to control the biker's angle as he rides. When he goes off the jump, pause the game as he reaches his apex and begins falling.
- 5). Draw the landing with the game paused so you have time to examine the angle the rider will land at. Start the game again and see if the rider lands smoothly, if not, revise the landing ramp accordingly. Press the "Restart" button under "Pause" and try the track from the beginning. Now that you have your basic jump, use the tools in the left side of the window to add more detail, like scenery or additional obstacles and jumps. As you learn the game's physics and mechanics better, you'll be able to make longer, better and cooler jumps.