True Skate 4+
The ultimate skateboarding sim
- Offers In-App Purchases
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.
- 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.
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.
- Fixed 360 shove it broken by one swipe
- Fixed mega pop in realistic mode
- Fixed nosegrind camera while holding spin cam with look down enabled
- Improvements on grind edge locking
- Fixed losing character customization
Ratings and Reviews
Sure, there are skateboarding games that let you pull 900s from telephone wires, then land in a manual, collecting millions of points. But when you want realism and complexity, you want True Skate. For years, True Axis’ skateboarding simulator has been letting us ollie, grind, and kickflip with our fingers. Competing with your friends, scouting gaps, and completing missions is great fun, but the true reward is perfecting a line and nailing incredible tricks with just the right swipes.
Great game, minor inconveniences
Ive been playing the game for about 7 years (since December of 2015), and I can say that this game is probably the most enjoyable skateboarding game i’ve ever played. Ive played Skate 3, Skater XL, and several other games and this always persist. This game has so much diversity (if you have the money), from vert skating to realistic skating. Its all around an amazing time killer too, and it also got me to start skateboarding in real life.
However, it’s now time to get into the inconveniences. 1 Inconvenience would be the prices of maps. They aren’t crazy (like 1 dollar a map), but it adds up. My recommendation’s for your first map would be 2017 Tampa, SLS Hangar, or Mondo Ramp. Another inconvenience would be the Subscription required for DIY parks, which gives u Unlimited access to all DIY parks for 5 dollars a month. Now I love this game and everything about it, but at this point it seems like they’re charging too much. Although, the starter map is very good unlike another skateboarding game on mobile.
The community is absolutely amazing, including the devs who are super layed back. They allow just enough glitches that are fun, but don’t break the game. Overall, this game is wonderful if you’re willing to dish out a few dollars, but really you don’t have another option so they can ask as much as they want.
So I got the game and played it for a while and it feels great.
Advices: Show Skateboarder Legs💯 Physics Version💯 Realistic Mode🙅♂️
The “Show Skateboarder Legs” makes you feel more realistic and fun to play. I like the way it is designed that part of the body is half opaque and the shoes are 100% visible. And there are even some animations for the character, that’s really great. I didn’t notice there is a “Realistic Mode” there until I read some worst ratings of this game, and then I tried it, and it sucked. The default mode is actually the “Fly Mode” or “On the Moon Mode”, which means the physics in it are too fake or the gravity is too little. The “Realistic Mode” is like “Mini Fly Mode”, although it greatly reduces the jump height or flip height, but it feels really rigid and sticky. No matter how light or hard I tried doing the tricks, the jump height is always that same little. Finally, the “Physics Version” should be called the “Real Realistic Mode”, because with the physics version on, you can really control and steer your board or player, the jump height is good and the feeling of control is realistic, it varies when you’re doing the tricks with different strength. So my advice would be, change the physics version to default and get rid of realistic mode. You can still keep current default mode and change it to fly mode or something to add some additional fun(For instance, people can do some impossible jumps with it if they want).
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- TRUE AXIS PTY LTD
- 173.1 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- Copyright © True Axis Pty Ltd 2012-2015
- In-App Purchases
- Skatepark: Mondo Ramp $0.99
- Skatepark: The Factory $0.99
- Skatepark: The Valley $0.99
- Skatepark: Schoolyard $0.99
- Unlimited Custom Images $4.99
- Skatepark: The Warehouse $0.99
- Skatepark: Inbound $0.99
- Skatepark 6 Pack $4.99
- Slow Motion Mode $0.99
- Skatepark: Double Infinity $0.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.