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Copyright/Publisher: Gremlin Graphics, Programming: Chris Shrigley, Graphics: Terry Lloyd,
Sound: Ben Daglish, Release Year: 1988, Genre: Mixed Sports, Number Of Players: 1
Strap those skates on, scoop that thrash, mind you don't get gravel rash, ride those side walks, don't be lazy, everybody's.

It's amazing!!
Skate Crazy - 2 different games in one - the 'Car Park Challenge' AND the 'Skate Crazy Championship Course'

A double A-side computer game? Well that's what Gremlin's forthcoming rollerskating sim looks like to us.

You get a choice of guiding hero Freddy around Side A's multi-storey car park (viewed from the typical Skate or Die perspective) or Side B's horizontally scrolling subways 'n' streets.

As with all these streetwise modes of transport the object is not so much to get from A to B but to do so in style, and the part of your anatomy most susceptible to bruising when you have a mishap is not your bot but your ego.

Yup, credibility points are what you need to survive and thrive in this game, so stay upright, pull as many groovy stunts as you can and enjoy.

Zzap64! Overall Rating: 86%
A smart skate-about which is well worth a look.