baKno is a game development studio based in Key Biscayne, FL, USA. We are a group of video game enthusiasts committed to create engaging gaming experiences, by developing casual games for Desktop, Mobile, Consoles and Virtual Reality. Customers in more than 100 countries enjoy our games on a daily basis. Our games are provided from our website and popular application stores.
“Motorbike is a really awesome game, nice graphics, fine reality and very easy to make stunts. I love it!.”
Jose Rocha, Brazil.
“You have no idea how much MahJong means to my husband and to me. You have reached out to touch the lives of some very special people in more ways than you know.”
Judy Morris, USA.
“I've been playing baKno's Billiards for about 3 years now, the graphics and the physics are particularly good. Better still is the great email contact I've had with the guys from baKno, prompt, friendly, and helpful.”
Donald MacKenzie, Tasmania, Australia.
“The music for your games is quite good. I think your games are worth the cost. The graphics are bright and colorful yet sophisticated. The Mahjong and Gems are just beautiful.”
Vera Karger, USA.
“Thanks! I do have to say that Solitaire has the nicest set of cards around, love the medieval ones. I also like MacJong, great graphics on the tiles and nice music.”
Carrie Steyer, USA.
"I was very impressed with how much effort you put in to resolving the problem and the speed of the help I received from you, I wish more companies were like that “.
Chris Pullan, UK
When you put on your VR headset your brain gets hacked. Automatically, you feel fully immersed in a Motorbike landscape, surrounded by mountains and the blue sky with cotton clouds, you can hear the wind blowing, birds and waterfalls around. In front of you is the whole track, all obstacles and the rider on the bike, ready to run.
Using the keyboard or a gamepad you start controlling the rider the same way you play on the desktop version. Game on!. While your main point of view slowly follows the ride, you can still move your head around to check on the environment, the obstacles and the bike from all angles.