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Tony Hawk's Underground 2
  • Publisher: JAMDAT
  • Genre:Sports
  • Developer: JAMDAT
  • Release Date:Oct 6, 2004
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:Rating Pending
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Game Description:Wireless version of the famous skateboard game. Using your thumbs, you must guide your skater around six different cities, launching him off of ramps and jumps, grinding on rails and environmental features, and causing all sorts of mayhem in an effort to fulfill goals set forth by perverse skateboarding puppet-master, Tony Hawk. THUG 2 takes you across six different levels, from Boston to the ultimate thrash paradise of Skatopia. Along the way, you must collect items like cash and cellphones that often hover above certain jumps and grind targets. And you must always keep your eyes on the goals of the Hawk, such as breaking up environmental features and collecting certain items. Basic control is handled with the touch pad, jumps are assigned to the "OK" button, and "1" and "3" are used for tricks.
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