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The Official Street League Skateboarding Mobile Game. #1 game in 80 countries. Loved by skaters all over the world. Touch Arcade review - 4.5/5 - "True skate is clearly something special" Note: True Skate comes with a single skate park and contains additional content only available by In-App purchase. See below. Features: - Realistic touch based physics. - Flick the board to make it react exactly how you would expect. - Drag your finger on the ground to push. - A beautiful skate park to get lost in including ledges, stairs, grind rails plus a bowl, half pipe and quarter pipes. (Additional skate parks are now available as an In-App Purchase) - Slow motion. - User challenges - Replay sharing - Global leaderboards. Available by IN-APP PURCHASE only: - Additional skateparks and locations. - Street League Skateboarding courses. Optional IN-APP PURCHASES: (The same content is also available for free by spending True Credits earned by doing tricks and finishing missions) - Unlock all missions. - Unlimited slow motion. - Unlimited board image changes. - Unlimited wheel color changes. - Unlock lists. Trick Possibilities: 50 50 grind, 5 0 grind, boardslide, rail slide, tail slide, nose slide, darkslide, dark 50 50, suski grind, smith grind, feeble grind, salad grind, nose grind, crooked grind, lazy grind, overcrook, losi grind, bluntslide, noseblunt, kickflip, heelflip, pop shove-it, 360 pop shove-it, backside 180, frontside 180, ollie, nollie, impossible, hard flip, 360 hard flip, inward heelflip,360 inward heelflip, varial kickflip, nightmare flip, 360 flip, varial heelflip, laser flip, late tricks and more, or what ever else you can make the board do.
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I really like this game but there are some things that I have a problem with. If it counts all the random flip tricks I do with the board then why shouldn’t it count when I hit a grind with out touching the board of the board still does the grind and I roll away it should count right? Also do stall just not exist? Why can’t I just stop at the top of one of the quarters and roll away from a feeble stall or something, just doesn’t rlly make sense to me. Also it’s a little to hard to get points to buy a board or a park or anything in the game for that matter. I get it you want it to be a challenge but for people that don’t wanna have to hit a grind every single line it’s incredibly hard to get 20-40 thousand points to buy a board. Plus there’s only one park option unless you buy others? I already paid for the game it should have at least a little variety. Other then these few thing I love the game. Pretty good mechanics and not really any glitches that I have seen so good job to the game creators but if you could maybe apply these few things and take them into consideration to add to the game it would really make it a more fun and full experience. Thank you.
After having true skate for about 2 years I’ve noticed a lot. At first it would never let me lock on to grind and slide off even if I put pressure. This seems to be fixed now but the grind are hugely mistaken as well as the tricks. When I know I’m perfectly on a smith grind it will tell me I’m hitting a 50 50 and when I hit crooked/feeble it tells me I’m hitting a 5 0. Even then some of the bars are a bit low for grinding and too high for realistic mode. Ik deep down I’m hitting my tricks but it’s often annoying when I do a tre flip and it tells me I’m doing a tre shuv. These are small things of course so I’m not hating but definitely annoys me here and there. Other than that I love the parks this game has to offer even though you have to pay. TC for me rack up with out my knowing and if anything I’d say I have an abundance at times. For those thinking I’ve spent a lot of money so far I’ve spent $10 which isn’t too bad in my opinion over the course of 2 years. Still a really good game and I'd say to be able to buy parks with TC because at this point they’re useless but that’s just my opinion.
True skate is a very fun, easy to learn mobile skating game, I would recommend this game to any skater that can’t find a good skating game for mobile. I think this game is worth the price except for two thing. One, you can play this game for a while but after a week or two of playing a lot, you get bored of the starting map but you are forced to pay more money for a game that already costed you money, although all the extra maps are good, you have to pay for something in game even though you already payed for the game, which is very annoying. Two, unless this is just me, or it’s an actual bug for everyone, or this is something that the developers added to the game purposefully for some reason, I honk it needs to be fixed ASAP. Every time that I crash or something like that, my board basically stops working and starts being very hard to move around and do tricks with and starts being very floppy, every time I move it starts bumping up and down like something is there, and it is very annoying and I restart my game every time it starts because it is basically impossible to do a trick successfully. Apart from these two things though, this game is very fun
This game has INCREDIBLY realistic features and graphics. It's very fun and enjoyable. But, as my title and rating shows, this game isn't the best. First, I'll start with TC (True Credits). Getting TC is a VERY tedious process. It can get very boring to grind out TC just so you can get boards or missions. Especially boards because the usual price to simply get a grip (no pun intended) is 20,000 TC. That's sadistic. I find that this game also falls into the pay-to-play category because you can spend money on TC, and you have to spend real money to get maps. Being that you start off with a bland board and a small map, you bet that people are gonna spend money to play. (This hasn't happened to me but) you also can have your account removed. All that money spent on boards and maps? Gone. All that TC you earned? Gone. Everything is gone. There also may be bugs here and there. Bugs aren't that common, but are super annoying. Also, please fix grab physics. Sometimes, if you hold on the skateboard right, you randomly grab it. This game is the idle of mobile skating games, but I still find some pretty major flaws.
Hello, I am writing to tell you that I LOVE THIS APP. It’s the perfect mobile skating app. However, I noticed that there is an issue when trying to play it on the new iPhone 11 Pro Max. I upgraded from the 10s Max, and the game worked fine. But as soon as I re downloaded it onto the new phone, the game changed. The issue is when I go to Ollie. Simply tapping the tail of board does not “pop” the board anymore. This makes it extremely difficult to do tricks considering the board gets almost no lift from the back foot pop. If you hold down on the tail of the board, the nose of the board comes up but very slowly, until the tail hits the ground and it’s stuck in that position. This lagging effect is very frustrating. I thought it was because I had to readjust the sensitivity in the game to a higher level, but that didn’t change it. I have found that you have to swipe downwards across the tail of the board for it to “pop” like before. It’s extremely awkward and not a good change. I don’t know if this is due to a change in the sensitivity level for the new iPhone or if it’s the app. Please look into this and fix it and I return my 1 Star to a 5 Star!
Developed by True Axis.
True Skate is ranking in Games & Sports & Action
Last update was at May 09, 2021and the current version is 1.5.31.
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True Skate have a 3 268a user reviews.
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