I never thought it would be possible to create Line Rider movies with such great detail. The artwork is without doubt one of the best that I ever saw in a Line Rider movie. Next to that is the excellent choice of music and the playful choreography which makes it a pleasure to watch. If you never heard about Line Rider before make sure you check out this movie and try to create a movie by yourself, it is pure fun.
This may require some explanation in case you never heard about Line Rider. It is an editor, some would say a game, that you can use to create racing tracks for a character on a sled.
The Line Rider website makes available the editor on its pages but also many user generated movies that you can watch right on the site to
The editor makes available a set of basic tools, a pencil tool for free hand drawing, straight line tool, eraser and a loupe to zoom in or out of the track. Tracks can be saved and loaded, and you can start playback at any time to see how far the character gets with the sled.
If you have played around with the editor, you will appreciate the following video even more, as it is incredible if you consider the basic editing options that you get when you play around with the editor.
If you thought that the video above is cool, wait until you see the following video which has been posted on the official site.
I suggest you browse videos on the site for additional user generated videos that may provide you with inspiration to create your own tracks using the editor.
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