If you ever saw the first Tron movie, then you will remember the bike race in the grid racecourse. The developers of Super Cycle Arena clearly saw that movie and liked it because they based their bike racing game on it. You have to race against up to three other computer-controlled racers.
Four arenas, three opponents, one winner!
There are four racing arenas, and each has its own soundtrack. On the bottom left you can see your speed in relation to your potential full speed, and on the bottom right you can see the names of your competitors. Super Cycle Arena is a free game that was created in the 90s and works for Windows 95, which means your current operating system will have to use backward compatibility settings to make it work. The game was updated in 2004, so there is a chance it will work on your current operating system.
A very lightweight game that may bring back memories
Super Cycle Arena is an old game and looks like an antique when compared with modern games. Most gamers should be able to blow through all four arenas in less than two hours. The controls are too keen to the point where it is more like playing Snake on an old Nokia phone than it is racing in a bike game. Nevertheless, if you liked the first Tron movie and you fancy a little retro gaming, then there is no reason why you shouldn’t try this game, it will only take less than four MB of your local hard drive space.