True Skate - Free (was £1.69) @ Google Play Store
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True Skate - Free (was £1.69) @ Google Play Store

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Found 18th Mar
The official Street League Skateboarding mobile game.

The ultimate skateboarding sim.

http://trueaxis.com/tstitlebig.jpg

Note: True Skate only comes with a single skate park and contains additional content only available by In-App purchase. See below.

Features:
- Realistic touch based physics that give an authentic skateboarding experience.
- Deck wear. Scuff up your Deck.
- 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 available as an In-App Purchase)
- Slow motion.
- Rewind
- User challenges
- Replay viewer
- Global leaderboards.

Available by IN-APP PURCHASE only:
- Additional skateparks and locations.
- Street League Skateboarding courses.

8 Comments

Also free on IOS from the AppStore

True CHEAPskate might best describe each character on this site:D

Man. All these free apps are starting to choke storage! Great find though ;0)

quality app IMO bought every course except the competition ones i found them to boring from what i saw in videos. They are remakes of real courses though so it aint the devs fault.

reminds me of Touchgrind BMX back on my iPod!!

It contains not only in-app purchases, but adverts too? And this is supposed to be a paid app!! oO

Thebobwil

It contains not only in-app purchases, but adverts too? And this is … It contains not only in-app purchases, but adverts too? And this is supposed to be a paid app!! oO



​Google now give devs the option to declare if there apps have any form of advertising. For example an icon pack thats free might say it has ads because in the app dashboard the developer might of put a couple of links to his/her other icon packs or even there website/icon request page. This is technically advertising so some devs will say that. I bought True Skate years ago and the only thing i can think of that might be classed as adverts are the youtube videos used for showing previews of the IAP parks and the link to the kickstarter page kickstarter.com/pro…een
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