International Moto X is a simulation of off road racing that became popoular in the middle nineties for play on the personal computer. It was also available for the original PlayStation. On top of being a solid driving simulator, International Moto X also offers a track editor or constructor kit, a feature that became almost a must for later driving games.
The first step in the game is to create your driver and figure out the paint scheme on the bike.
You are also able to tune or customize the mechanics of the bike, and as the game progresses, you will also be able to purchase bigger and better parts (such as engines) or tweak the ones you already have for more specific uses (such as tires).
You will have to have great bike control and also be able to perform many different stunts, such as jumps and wheelies, in order to successfully navigate the tracks. The goal is obviously to finish the course the fastest. If you are looking, you may be able to locate a few shortcuts on the track. It is a gamble. While taking a shortcut will shave time off your score, it will also get you
in trouble if you are caught.
International Moto X is not a first person perspective game, so the cockpit controls are all displayed in the upper left corner of the screen as a regular and easily read display.