Smartphone-controlled skateboarding game Skapp Kickstarter campaign launches October 27

PC demo available the same day.

Skapp

Bound Games will launch a Kickstarter campaign for Skapp, its skateboarding simulator in which you control your board with your smartphone, on October 27. A demo will be available for PC on the same day.

Skapp is part of the PlayStation Talents Games Camp initiative and will be available exclusively on PlayStation 4 for the first year of release, after which it will come to Xbox One, Switch, and PC.

Here is an overview of the game, via Bound Games:

About

Skapp is the world’s first skateboarding simulator in which you control your board performing the tricks with your phone. Test your skills by combining tricks, manuals and grinds as in a real skateboard.

This title can be played with Android and iOS smartphones as a controller. The game features different levels adapted for all kinds of players, as well as a crazy story mode in which people’s hands rebel against humanity.

Skapp is a homage to skateboarding fans as it contains authentic brands, skateboarding cultural references, and no limits to recreate any kinds of tricks!

Key Features

  • First simulator that uses your smartphone as a skateboard.
  • Discover a crazy story mode in which people hands rebel against humanity.
  • Skate through different levels adapted for all kinds of players.
  • Test your skills by combining tricks, manuals and grinds.
  • Complete missions in different difficulty levels.
  • There are no limits to recreate any kinds of tricks.
  • Free skateboarding mode included, as with all skateboarding games
  • Authentic skateboarding brands and culture.

Watch a trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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