MX Simulator is not available for the Windows Phone as of 2015. However, it is available for PCs running Windows or Linux. A free demo featuring three tracks is available for download, and the full version of the game can be purchased from BMT Micro. A download link to the full version for Windows or Linux is emailed to the customer after purchase.
MX Simulator is a motocross game that features a realistic physics engine. Its stated goal is to feel like real motorcycle riding, including responsive physics that requires players to lean into turns and use other real motorcycle gestures. The game includes a track editor, controls to change the speed and stability of the game and options for both human and computer players to race. Advanced stability settings allow more experienced players to change individual settings in the physics engine, changing how the motorcycles roll, steer and land after jumps.
MX Simulator can be installed on more than one PC so long as only one person uses both PCs. The registration key cannot be shared with other users, and shared keys are subject to deactivation without a refund. Keys do not work across operating systems; users who play on both Windows and Linux must purchase both versions of the game.