Android users can now play Descenders’ frantic downhill freeride game

This Android version of Descenders, a downhill bike game that generates its own trails, has been released. Due to Play Store difficulties, it’s now accessible for everyone to download. Originally published in 2019 for Windows and Xbox One, the game is now available on a variety of devices and has received generally favourable reviews from both reviewers and players alike since its debut.

Although the Android version is almost similar to the console and PC versions, the touch-screen controls make it just as snappy and tactile without a controller or keyboard.

It’s hard to ignore the allure of Descenders’ procedurally generated tunes, but there’s a lot more going on in this album than meets the eye. With only a few swipes of your finger, you can pull off a variety of impressive moves.

When you die in Descenders, you’ll have to start from the beginning again since the game is based on a roguelike structure. As you go through the game, you’ll get new skills and powers for your bike and character. You’ll also collect Rep, which acts both as a money to unlock new outfits and as a method to show your place in the game’s ranks.

Poor visuals and stuttering frames have been reported by numerous players on mobile devices, making the game unplayable. If you’re going to give it a go, keep this in mind if you’re using an older Android device: Google Play’s return policy still applies if the game doesn’t work out for you. You’d be wasting your money if you didn’t. You may want to stick with the superb touch controls for now, since controller support seems to be sparse. In the end, only time will tell whether this game is better designed for mobile devices and if it will rise to prominence as one of the top games available on Google Play.