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True Skate: Master Any Trick with Real Physics Controls on iOS


True Skate: The Ultimate Skateboarding Sim for iOS and Android




If you love skateboarding or just enjoy watching others perform amazing tricks on their boards, you might want to check out True Skate. This is a mobile game that simulates real-world skateboarding with realistic physics, graphics, and controls. You can use your fingers or a gamepad to flick, push, pop, grind, slide, and spin your skateboard in various skateparks and locations. You can also customize your skater and setup with different decks, wheels, trucks, grips, shoes, apparel, and more. You can record your best lines and edit them with different camera angles and effects. You can also compete with other players around the world through global leaderboards, challenges, games of S.K.A.T.E., and SANDBOX mode.


True Skate is not just another skateboarding game. It is the closest feeling to real-world skateboarding on your mobile device. It has been praised by millions of skateboarders all over the world as "clearly something special" (Touch Arcade review). It is also the official street league skateboarding mobile game.




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In this article, we will show you how to play True Skate, what are its main features, how to download it for iOS and Android devices, and why it is worth playing for skateboarding fans and casual gamers alike.


How to Play True SkatePlaying True Skate is easy and intuitive. You can use your fingers or a gamepad to control your skateboard. Here are the basic controls for both options:



Touch Controls


Gamepad Controls


Swipe your finger on the ground to push your skateboard forward.


Use the left stick to push your skateboard forward.


Swipe your finger on the tail (back) of the board to pop it up.


Use the right stick to pop the board up.


Swipe your finger on the nose (front) of the board to nollie (pop it up from the front).


Use the right stick to nollie the board.


Flick your finger left or right on the board to make it spin in that direction.


Use the right stick to flick the board left or right.


Tap and hold on the board to grab it.


Use the right trigger to grab the board.


Tilt your device left or right to lean your skater in that direction.


Use the left stick to lean your skater left or right.


Double tap on the screen to restart from a checkpoint or bail out.


Press the start button to restart from a checkpoint or bail out.


Tap on the camera icon to access the replay editor.


Press the select button to access the replay editor.



You can also adjust the sensitivity, invert, and swap the controls in the settings menu. You can also enable or disable realistic mode, which makes the game more challenging and rewarding by requiring more precise timing and flicking for tricks.


Basic Tricks




Once you master the basic controls, you can start learning some basic tricks. Here are some of the most common ones and how to do them:



  • Ollie: This is the most fundamental trick in skateboarding. It is simply popping your board up in the air by tapping on the tail and then leveling it out by sliding your finger forward. You can ollie higher by tapping harder and sliding faster. You can also ollie while moving or stationary.



  • Kickflip: This is an ollie with a flick of your finger on the heel side (right side for regular stance, left side for goofy stance) of the board. This will make your board spin 360 degrees along its axis. You need to catch it with your finger and land on it smoothly. You can kickflip higher by flicking harder and faster. You can also kickflip while moving or stationary.



  • Heelflip: This is an ollie with a flick of your finger on the toe side (left side for regular stance, right side for goofy stance) of the board. This will make your board spin 360 degrees along its axis in the opposite direction of a kickflip. You need to catch it with your finger and land on it smoothly. You can heelflip higher by flicking harder and faster. You can also heelflip while moving or stationary.



  • Pop Shove-it: This is an ollie with a slight swipe of your finger on either side of the board. This will make your board spin 180 degrees along its length. You need to catch it with your finger and land on it smoothly. You can pop shove-it higher by swiping harder and faster. You can also pop shove-it while moving or stationary.



  • Frontside or Backside 180: This is an ollie with a tilt of your device or stick in either direction. This will make your skater and board rotate 180 degrees in that direction. You need to land on it smoothly and roll away in switch stance (opposite of your original stance). You can 180 higher by tilting harder and faster. You can also 180 while moving or stationary.




Advanced Tricks




If you want to challenge yourself and impress others, you can try some advanced tricks. Here are some of them and how to do them:



  • Hard Flip: This is a combination of a frontside pop shove-it and a kickflip. You need to pop your board up, swipe it slightly to the left (for regular stance) or right (for goofy stance), and flick it on the heel side at the same time. This will make your board spin 360 degrees along its diagonal. You need to catch it with your finger and land on it smoothly. You can hard flip higher by popping, swiping, and flicking harder and faster. You can also hard flip while moving or stationary.



  • Varial Kickflip: This is a combination of a pop shove-it and a kickflip. You need to pop your board up, swipe it slightly to the right (for regular stance) or left (for goofy stance), and flick it on the heel side at the same time. This will make your board spin 180 degrees along its length and 360 degrees along its axis. You need to catch it with your finger and land on it smoothly. You can varial kickflip higher by popping, swiping, and flicking harder and faster. You can also varial kickflip while moving or stationary.



  • Varial Heelflip: This is a combination of a pop shove-it and a heelflip. You need to pop your board up, swipe it slightly to the right (for regular stance) or left (for goofy stance), and flick it on the toe side at the same time. This will make your board spin 180 degrees along its length and 360 degrees along its axis in the opposite direction of a varial kickflip. You need to catch it with your finger and land on it smoothly. You can varial heelflip higher by popping, swiping, and flicking harder and faster. You can also varial heelflip while moving or stationary.



  • 360 Flip: This is a combination of a 360 pop shove-it and a kickflip. You need to pop your board up, swipe it hard to the left (for regular stance) or right (for goofy stance), and flick it on the heel side at the same time. This will make your board spin 360 degrees along its length and 360 degrees along its axis. You need to catch it with your finger and land on it smoothly. You can 360 flip higher by popping, swiping, and flicking harder and faster. You can also 360 flip while moving or stationary.



  • Laser Flip: This is a combination of a 360 pop shove-it and a heelflip. You need to pop your board up, swipe it hard to the left (for regular stance) or right (for goofy stance), and flick it on the toe side at the same time. This will make your board spin 360 degrees along its length and 360 degrees along its axis in the opposite direction of a 360 flip. You need to catch it with your finger and land on it smoothly. You can laser flip higher by popping, swiping, and flicking harder and faster. You can also laser flip while moving or stationary.



  • Inward Heelflip: This is a combination of a frontside pop shove-it and a heelflip. You need to pop your board up, swipe it slightly to the left (for regular stance) or right (for goofy stance), and flick it on the toe side at the same time. This will make your board spin 180 degrees along its length and 360 degrees along its axis in the same direction as a varial kickflip. You need to catch it with your finger and land on it smoothly. You can inward heelflip higher by popping, swiping, and flicking harder and faster. You can also inward heelflip while moving or stationary.




Grinds and Slides




Besides doing tricks in the air, you can also do tricks on rails, ledges, curbs, benches, boxes, pipes, and other objects in the skateparks. These are called grinds and slides, depending on whether you use your trucks or your deck to slide along the object. Here are some of them and how to do them:


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