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CRUSTY DEMONS puts the extreme into ‘extreme sports.’ Fusing violent extreme sports gameplay with freeform tricking and stunt action, Crusty Demons provides a heady mix of high-octane mayhem and bone-breaking crashes. Paying homage to the crazy exploits of the internationally famous ‘Crusty Demons of Dirt’ moto-x stunt team, the game recreates the over-the-top destruction of the Crusty Demons; encouraging the player to engineer spectacular crashes and inflict massive injuries on their in-game rider – all in the name of entertainment!

The Crusty Demons are a gang of bikers who tour the world performing outrageous bike stunts and participating in all manner of crazy skits with motorized vehicles. In a pact with the Devil, they are offered immortality – the ability to crash time and time again, yet still live to walk away – at the cost of signing over their souls. Only by winning the ‘damnation game’ and entertaining Lucifer do they have a chance to win back their souls.
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