Skate City Game Review

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Skate City is a skating game urbanized by Agnes and available by Snowman completely on Apple Arcade. As you guess, the game is all about skating. You’ll skate in the region of the world in the streets of each city you go to.

Sadly, I’m using “around the world" flippantly here. You can only travel to a total of 3 cities: Los Angeles, Oslo, and Barcelona. Though, each city brings its own style, music, and obstacles. Don’t get me wrong, these cities are attractive, but I would’ve esteemed having more places to visit.

Each city has a number of challenges and a continuous mode. The eternal mode is pretty clear-cut. You can play around the streets of the city you’re in, and you can get a few money by doing diverse tricks and completing precise necessities. The money you get can be use to buy new clothes and cog or to undo another city.

The challenges are a little more difficult. There are a lot of challenges available. Some are really different, like avoiding people in your way or escaping the police, and others are your typical skating challenges like doing different tricks at a certain time.

The challenges are the nearly all motivating part of the game, but miserably, they get old fairly quickly. Plus this is a short game, and release each city won’t take that long.

This is not a game for you to play continually. as an alternative, it is a game for you to nonchalantly chill while trying to kill some time.

Speaking of chilling, Skate City’s soundtrack is great for this. It gets you excited while playing a challenge or relaxed while skating around. Also, the animations and 3D models are simple and accurate.

The game runs smoothly, but I did have a small problem with the tutorial at the beginning of the game, where it would get stuck while doing a 50-50 grind, but it probably was because I was using an old device (iPhone 6S).

When it comes to the game play, Skate City has a team of things to perk up, at least with the on-screen controls. You do tricks by descending on the left or right side of the screen.

These are the simplest tricks, but when you have to do incredible more multifaceted, you’ll need to also stroke the corners of the screen.

The main trouble is that sometimes it won’t counter the way you wanted. This is especially exasperating when you’re doing a challenge where you need to do a trick in the exact instant the game tells you to.

If you’re using a Bluetooth controller, you won’t have these problems. It will make the game play more receptive and fun, but there is a learning curve concerned since you need to use both joysticks and a lot of buttons.

It’ll take some time to get a hold of it, particularly if you’re not used to a physical controller.

While being like any other skating game, Skate City situate out as a good option for the people involved in skating.

It’s quite a few challenges, different cities, and excellent music makes this game an immense game to enjoy. Just try to use a Bluetooth controller when playing to get better the experience.