Skateboard Party 2 Brings the Skateboarding fun to Windows 8, 10
There are more and more new awesome Windows 8 games getting released on the Windows Store and one of the fresh titles is Skateboard Party 2, which instantly transforms your Windows 8 tablet into a skateboarding device.
Skateboard Party 2 is a brand new game which has been released in the Windows Store and it brings the awesome joy of skateboarding straight on your Windows 8 and Windows RT devices. I admit that I have no clue when it comes to skateboarding, but I proved to be pretty good at least inside a virtual game. Skateboard Party 2 comes with a price of $1.99 and a size of slightly less than 300 mb. It also comes with Xbox game controller support, if you want to take the gaming to a whole new level.
Popular skateboarding game now in the Windows Store
This is quite a well-done game, with plenty of features, such as the following: online multiplayer mode, fully customizable control system, over 40 unique tricks, massive skateboard locations, the ability to customize your skater, extended Soundtrack featuring songs from Voice of Addiction, Sink Alaska, Beta, Hitplay!, Moovalya, We Outspoken and Melodic in Fusion. The app is available in the following languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese and Chinese and comes with sharing features, as well.
Skateboard Party 2 brings all the fun of skateboarding to your mobile device allowing you to ride in 8 completely unique locations. Jump on your board, learn new moves and improve your skateboarding skills to land sick combos. Play with your friends using the new online multiplayer mode or challenge skaters from all over the world using the online leaderboards. Complete achievements, gain experience and upgrade your favorite skater. You can also customize your outfits, boards, trucks and wheels with real brands.
So, if you’re a fan of skateboarding or if you just like sport games on your Windows 8 tablet, then waste no more time and follow the download link at the end of this article.
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