Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater is one of the games offered in the PS Plus Essential plan for August 1+2. Whether you’re playing it for the first time or revisiting the franchise after enjoying the classic gameplay, there’s nothing better than figuring out the tricks, right?
The game has a multiplier implemented by combining one maneuver with another, and there is a way to “not drop the shutter” in the space between tricks. To make this bonus very high, you need to master several mechanics.
Maneuvering areas are scattered throughout all scenarios, and in most cases doing nothing can prevent you from saving points. By mastering these two features, scoring big in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 is only natural.
How to score high in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2
As you approach the scattered corners and edges of the scene, your skater will position the skateboard for shredding. Grinding is nothing more than a slide where you can change more maneuvers and even buy yourself some time to combine more tricks without the risk of falling.
It is also possible to get higher multipliers when using walls (R2) after a longer grind, thus increasing the chance of a bigger score.
You can change positions during maneuvers by pressing triangle and choosing a specific direction, and by keeping your balance carefully, you can score a lot of points in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2.
|Command (Grind)||A result|
|← + △||nasal displacement|
|→ + △||tail|
|↑ + △||nosegrind|
|↓ + △||5-0|
|↖ + △||excessively crooked|
|↗ + △||Crook|
|↙ + △||weak|
|↘ + △||Smith|
Mastering the application
This is very useful in situations where grinding is not an option and there are no ramps to perform the most useful commands in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2. In such a situation, to move from one place to another, run the app.
- By hand (or pre-grind): Quickly press ↑ + ↓ or ↓ + ↑ on the left stick
Double-clicking “△”, “▢” or “O” during gameplay is a good way to score more points. Besides having a positive effect on the multiplier, the only concern is to keep your avatar balanced, which does not change during position changes. Check out the variations:
|Command (manual)||A result|
|▢ + △||Casper|
|△ + ▢||truck stand|
|▢ + O||Anti Casper|
|+ ▢||To the railway|
|△ + O||Switch Foot Pogo|
|+ △||One Foot Manual|
In Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2, it’s important to keep up the rhythm of your tricks to get a lot of points. That’s why shredding tools and apps have a huge impact, but these tools alone won’t make you millions.
Now that you’ve tried the two basic mechanics, here’s another tip:
Don’t stop playing tricks
High score matches have a timer, meaning you have a time limit to reach the highest possible multiplier and emerge the winner of the match. To reach that level, don’t stop doing tricks.
This is important so you don’t prematurely count all your progress with a lower multiplier, and it helps when the clock hits zero in the last minute. In such situations, if the bonus is still active, the “Overtime” status will be issued.
Ollie is at the edge of the ramps
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 can have unrealistic physics, so you need to take advantage of the timing of his tricks. Done in the right places, a valuable window to send maneuvers can be guaranteed.
So, try to get used to running within the Ollie (Jump with an “X”). Therefore, your character will have more time comb more skills and easier to follow the sequence of skills before hitting the ground running.
The ollie also helps increase the skater’s speed, and mastering this mechanic can lead to better results.
Do not repeat the same maneuver in succession
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 has a penalty system for doing the same trick over and over again. For example, running “Manual” three times in a row may result in a lower score. To avoid this, make at most two and alternate.
Fill the special lane and shine on the track
As you evolve your character in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2, you’ll unlock fun gear to modify your maneuvers. As you play, you’ll notice a special bar filled in at the top left corner of the screen. It is important to score a lot of points.
But it’s good to know in advance what combos to do on the controller. To do this, pause the game (or go to the main menu) and go to the “Skater” tab. It shows each cheat and the points unlocked for performing them.
By finding the best way to combine these features, you can score more points in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2. Check out some examples in the video below:
Of course, depending on the situation and placement, some commands are easier than others. Remember: When you’re not playing with your avatar, use the same process to check the features available to each of the skaters in the game.
As you know, avoiding repeating the same maneuvers or using the same grip for long periods of time is a good way to increase your score.
Find tracks for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2
In order to use all of the above, there is only one detail missing: knowing all the stages of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2. That way, it’s easy to know which routes offer the most opportunities and variety to score the most points.
Some scenarios value grinding more, while others have more ramps and favor aerial maneuvering. By understanding the basic functions of each, beating your score at the end of the game is no easy task.
One example is the Jam from Below. By mastering the above mechanics and avoiding standing still, the prevzzi player made 200 million combos. How important is switching between applications, grinding and exploring walls and using Overtime:
Bonus tip: Practice for free
You can’t become the best skater in theory, and the best place to put your knowledge into practice is with Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 free training mode. By improving the timing of your commands, tricks will come naturally with practice.