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Game Description:Board it, Flick It, Shred It, Own It, Skate It. This skateboard sim gives you a whole new way to skate! You'll use the Wii Balance Board in tandem with the Wiimote and Flick It controls to pull off sick tricks. Alter your environment by moving rails, ramps, and benches to set yourself up for the ultimate ride. Win challenges to unlock new objects and build yourself a skate-park paradise. As you master more moves, you'll catch the eye of skate sponsors who'll bankroll a world tour that sends you to real-life locations. Skate against top pros and see if you've got enough skills to become the Thrasher Magazine's Skater of the Year.
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