A racing game dedicated to one of the most prestigious and most dangerous cyclical motorcycle events, played almost continuously since 1907 on the Isle of Man. For the needs of the game, a 60-kilometer track called Mountain Course was faithfully recreated and, thanks to the official license, we can also find real existing motorcyclists, together with their teams and the machines they use.
TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge Download is a racing game on the Windows PC platform dedicated to a cyclical motorcycle event, played almost continuously since 1907 on the Isle of Man. The creation of the game is the responsibility of the French development studio Kylotonn Games, previously known from such racing games as Truck Racer, Motorcycle Club or the last edition of the popular WRC 5 rally cycle. Production has an official event license, obtained under a contract with the Governmental Department of Economic Development of the Island Man.
The title motorcycle races called the International Isle of Man TT Race (also known as the Isle of Man TT Festival in recent years) is one of the most prestigious events of this type, played almost annually since 1907 on the Isle of Man in the British Empire. In the years 1949-1976 this event was part of the Motorcycle World Championships organized by the FIM federation. As a result of controversy related to the safety of the competition, in 1977 Isle of Man TT fell out of the calendar of the Championships, keeping the label of one of the most dangerous, cyclical sport events, in which over 100 years of death were suffered by several hundred motorcyclists.
For the purposes of the production described, the race track called the Mountain Course was faithfully recreated. The 37-mile route (about 60 kilometers) runs entirely on public roads of the Isle of Man, which are closed off for the duration of the competition. Thanks to the official license, in the TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge Crack and Torrent game we can also find real existing motorcyclists together with their teams and the machines they use.