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Box artwork for Alex Kidd BMX Trial.
Alex Kidd BMX Trial
Year released1987
System(s)Sega Master System
Preceded byAlex Kidd: The Lost Stars
Followed byAlex Kidd: High-Tech World
SeriesAlex Kidd
Japanese titleアレックスキッドBMXトライアル
ModesSingle player
LinksAlex Kidd BMX Trial ChannelSearchSearch

Alex Kidd BMX Trial (アレックスキッドBMXトライアル Arekkusu Kiddo BMX Toraiaru?) is a racing video game developed and published by Sega. It was released in Japan for the Master System in November 15, 1987. It is the third game in the Alex Kidd series.


This video game uses a special paddle controller. The player has to drive Alex through an obstacle course and get to the finishing point without other competitors trying to push him off his bike. There are five scenes to complete. The next scene all depends on one of the many exit points the player finishes at. Alex has a vitality meter to indicate how many crashes and bumping he can take. He loses the race if the meter is empty.

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