High on Life has many different areas for players to complete mini-games and earn different rewards. Of these many areas, one is known as the Trick Daddy Skate Park. Here, you can speak with the teenagers sitting at the edge of an empty pool. They'll ask you to entertain them because they're teenagers, and the only way to do so is to perform really cool skateboarding tricks. To satisfy them, you need to earn a total of 42,069 points by skating around the park like in old Tony Hawk's Pro Skater games. Yet, that score seems really high. So, can you actually pass the skate park challenge in High on Life?
Can you pass the skate park challenge?
It might take a few tries, but you can definitely pass the skate park challenge. You aren't be given a skateboard, so you'll need to make do with the skateboard sound effects and a new UI that counts your points. If you skate around, you'll find that you'll earn points for most anything, including jumping and latching onto the hook bugs above you. You'll need to focus on the hook bugs to reach the large score above. You'll want to pay attention to where they are, hook onto them, float in the air, and hook back on to them before landing on the ground. This will increase your multiplier for that specific trick, putting you closer to the goal with every jump.
How do you access the skate park?
The skate park is an area you can only access via the corresponding Warp Disc. Warp Discs can be purchased from Bloto in Blim City. You will have access to him shortly after completing the 9-Torg bounty. You'll need to exchange the Warp Crystals you find to purchase the selection he has. You can find Warp Crystals in every level of the game after inside machines that have the crystals locked inside. You'll need to defeat every enemy in the area for these machines to unlock.
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