Trials is a platform racing game series developed by RedLynx and published by Ubisoft. The main series consists of 5 games, with several games not in the main series. Jordan has had three different let's play series of Trials, with the most recent one still running.
|Trials 2||2007||Flash, Windows|
|Trials HD||2009||Xbox 360, Xbox One, Windows|
|Trials Evolution||2012||Xbox 360, Windows|
|Trials Fusion||2014||Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, Windows|
Other Trials GamesEdit
|Trials Bike Basic||2003||Java||Expansion|
|Trials Bike Pro||2003||Java||Expansion|
|Trials Construction Yard||2004||Java||Expansion|
|Trials Mountain Heights||2005||Java||Expansion|
|Trials Dynamite Tumble||2008||Flash||Spin-off|
|Trials 2: Second Edition||2008||Windows||Remake|
|Trials Frontier||2014||Android, iOS||Spin-off|
|Trials of the Blood Dragon||2016||Xbox One, PS4, Windows||Spin-off|
Jordan's Multiple Let's Play Series of Trials Edit
On June 20, 2013, Jordan started a series on his channel in which he played Trials Evolution with his friend Nick Fenton . In a few episodes, other players joined Jordan and Nick. These were Joel , Hutch , and Max Gonzalez . The series ran until January 27, 2014, with the 29th episode ending the series. On June 26, 2015 he started a new series, in which he played Trials Fusion with his friend Mark Rabon . The series came to an abrupt end on July 1, 2015, just 4 days and 2 episodes after it started. On July 28, 2015, Jordan started his 3rd Trials series on the channel, this time playing Trials Fusion with Nick. The series runs to this day, with a total of 89 episodes so far. In one episode of the series, Mark returned to join Jordan and Nick.