The first thing you need to do before delving into Kung Fu Rider's office chair antics is set up your PlayStation Eye camera and calibrate your PlayStation Move motion controller. Once you've done that, you're ready to speed through the streets dodging Mafia hitmen, speeding cars, pedestrians and just about any obstacle you can think of. There are 26 levels in total for you to master using a variety of speedy getaway vehicles including an office chair and even a pink rocking horse on wheels.
As you play through each of the levels, the difficulty increases which means you'll face an array of tougher obstacles including barriers, cars and marauding Mafia men trying to knock you from your goofy getaway vehicle. Controlling either Tobin or Karin is done using your PlayStation Move motion controller and a series of simple gestures. To start moving at the outset of a level simply tilt the controller forward and hold on tight for the wild ride ahead.
Once you're speeding along, you steer by turning the controller left and right, jump by flicking the controller up quickly, and duck - useful for avoiding being stunned by low slung barriers - by holding down the T button. You can also perform basic melee moves on enemies and obstacles by pressing the Move button, while more complicated attacks can be pulled off by holding down the Square or Triangle button and moving the motion controller in any direction. To master these specific special moves, it's a good idea to play through and fully get to grips with Kung Fu Rider's informative tutorial.
Kung Fu Rider is all about getting through each of the levels intact and in the fastest time, and there are plenty of bonus items for you to collect too including cash strewn throughout the street. Keep an eye out for special zones; these fill up your boost gauge, which, when full, can be triggered by thrusting the PlayStation Move motion controller forwards, giving you an extra burst of speed that allows you to smash through tough barriers and groups of enemies.