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Games Like Back to the Future

#1 Radikal Bikers

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Radikal Bikers is a Racing, Single-player and Multiplayer video game by Gaelco. The game acts as the spiritual successor to the Smashing Drive. It takes place in the Mediterranean environment and the gameplay based on delivering pizza on the exciting scooter known as Italjet Dragster on the heavy road. Turbo, Power Kick, Extra Points, Extra Time, and the Joker are cool power-ups in the game which the player can use while playing the game to boost his speed and gain special abilities. In the game, the player acts as the Pizza Delivery boy, who has a scooter with an objective to deliver as many pizzas as possible before the AI opponents, while getting lots of points. The game introduces three difficulty levels, correspond to each of various places including Marguerite, Capriccios, Diabola, and more. The game offers an opportunity to players to play next levels absolutely free, if they beat all four races in the level. Radikal Bikers includes prominent features such as Unique Power-ups, Several Playable Characters (Carlo, Gino, Nina, and Sofia), Points (Win One Race, Get Power-up, Power Kick Destruction, etc.) and more. Try it out, and it’ll entertain you a lot.

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#2 The Videokid

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The Videokid is an Arcade, Simulation, and Single-player video game developed by FGL India Showcase for multiple platforms. Throughout the game, the player, as a skateboarder, has to survive for a video of some time on the skateboard. Until the video has not stopped, the player has not to get down.

The player has granted one life, and within the life, the player has to complete the challenge. The player does not allow the cop to arrest the character and complete the missions randomly. All the player has to do is to stay alive long enough to deliver the pirate video round and get to the end of the level where a girl is waiting for her love.

#3 Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show

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Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show is an Adventure, Simulation, and Single-player video game developed by Ubisoft. The players can play with a huge collection of episodes from the TV show and get to engage in funny challenges with different players. The game comes up with 20 different Rabbids Invasion episodes where the completion of the episodes ensures the progression.

While watching an episode, the player can interact with the Rabbids. The player can interact with the episodic characters, whether to be an actor or a spectator. The episodes have at least 400 different activities to perform and make fun.

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#4 Bone: Out from Boneville

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Bone: Out from Boneville is an Adventure, Episodic, and Single-player video game developed by Telltale Games. Throughout the game, the player serves as a protagonist named Fone Bone, where the main mission is to explore the desserts. Fone Bone, Phoney Bone, and Smiley Bone have run out of their homes as the Phoney Bone has robbed a bank.

All of the characters came to a desert and lost the way where they have only a mysterious map to help them out. All the characters get separated when locusts descend upon them. The player must then help Fone Bone, and Phoney Bone roams in the valley to find their cousin Smiley. In solo mode, the player has to roam here and there alone, but two characters help each other in multiplayer mode.

#5 Kinect Nat Geo TV

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Kinect Nat Geo TV is an Educational, Adventure, and Single-player video game developed by Relentless Software. It is a TV show that offers eight episodes, and each episode is of 30 minutes, where the player can interact with the episodes. The player must unlock some contents in the episodes while most of them require Kinetic peripheral to proceed further.

The game offers three major activities that a player can perform multiple times in an episode. Activities are mandatory where without interaction, a player cannot watch the episode. The first activity is voice recognition, where the player has to make a shout as the animal tracks appear.

#6 Kinect Sesame Street TV

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Kinect Sesame Street TV is an Educational, Adventure, and Single-player video game developed by Double Fine Productions Inc. Throughout the gameplay, the player serves as a protagonist who needs to help a monster named Marco. It is addictive gameplay and uses Kinect peripheral to play the game.

In this epic adventure, the player, as a friend of Marco, needs to meet and interact with the street monsters. The game has six adventurous chapters to play where each one has different activities to perform. The player, along with a monster, can dance, race, or blow out to have fun.

#7 Disneyland Adventures

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Disneyland Adventures is an Adventure, Puzzle, and Single-player video game developed by Frontier Developments for multiple platforms. It is a combination of mini-games where each game has a specific objective to complete. In the solo mode, the player jumps into the adventure alone, whereas multiplayer mode offers two players.

The player can interact with the NPCs with a set of pre-defined dialogues offered by the game. The non-playable characters of the game will provide gifts to the player such as Mickey Mouse offers digital camera, Cinderella has a magic wand, etc. The game takes place in Disney Park and is suitable for children.

#8 Kinect: Disneyland Adventures

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Kinect: Disneyland Adventures is an Adventure, Puzzle, and Single-player video game developed by Frontier Developments for multiple platforms. It is a combination of mini-games where each game has a specific objective to complete. In the solo mode, the player jumps into the adventure alone, whereas multiplayer mode offers two players.

The player can interact with the NPCs with a set of pre-defined dialogues offered by the game. The non-playable characters of the game will provide gifts to the player such as Mickey Mouse offers digital camera, Cinderella has a magic wand, etc. The game takes place in Disney Park and is suitable for children.