This is a mascot racing game featuring characters from Cartoon Network original series. Join a colorful cast of characters as they race down various twists and turns on their skateboards and scooters.
Choose between 7 starting players and 7 unlockable ones.
Race down the streets and beat out the rest.
Collect coins and pay for your upgrades.
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Skate Rush Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Choose a character and skate down a racetrack. Collect coins and pay for various upgrades.
Starting the Game
On the welcome screen, select the play button below the title to begin.
Your web browser automatically saves your progress and results.
Using your mouse, left click to select upgrades.
Use the arrow keys to move left or right.
Tap on the screen with your fingers to select upgrades.
Tap and swipe to move sideways and steer.
Choose from the following unlocked characters:
Unlock these characters with coins you collect from the game:
Starfire (700 coins)
Darwin Watterson (700 coins)
Raven (1,000 coins)
Ice Bear (1,000 coins)
Onion (1,250 coins)
Robin (1,500 coins)
Ben Tennyson (2,000 coins)
Each character comes with 3 stats:
Acceleration: How long it takes to reach their top speed.
Steering: How fast they move to avoid obstacles.
Top speed: The fastest possible speed your character can go.
A table further down this page shows the default statistics for each character.
For free characters all characters except Grizzy has a composite score of 14 and Apple is 15.
All other free unlocked characters have a composite score of 16.
The most frustrating aspect of this game is steering. Anais has a default steering rating of 7, so is a great character to start off with.
Raven and Ben 10 have the highest composite scores for paid characters, with both clocking in at 19.
Robin and Wonder Woman are both 18.
Among paid characters Robin has the highest steering rating of 7.
Be the first to cross the finish line.
Collect the coins littering the race track and use them to buy upgrades.
You can also get coin awards for finishing highly in a race.
A first place finish is worth 300 coins.
A second place finish is worth 250 coins.
A third place finish is worth 200 coins.
A fourth place finish is worth 150 coins.
A fifth place finish is worth 100 coins.
A sixth place finish is worth 75 coins.
Scoring high in the overall series rankings also earns a coin bonus. For example, a third place series finish earns 300 coins.
Unlock new characters and pay for upgrades.
Collect power ups to speed up, collect coins & slow down your opponents.
No matter where you finish you start every race in last place, needing to work your way past 13 competitors to finish in first.
Your character automatically moves forward.
Over time, and depending on their stats (upgraded or otherwise), they gradually accelerate.
As your character accelerates, they move past some of the other players.
To maintain your momentum, you must avoid crashing into other players and the sides of the racetrack.
Stay as close to the center of the track as you can to minimize the risk of collisions.
If an opponent is near the center of the track on a sharp corner try to pass them on the inside lane.
Each tournament consists of 5 different race tracks.
You score leaderboard points for how you finish in each race.
first place is worth 10 points
second place is worth 8 points
third place is worth 6 points
fourth place is worth 4 points
fifth place is worth 2 points
sixth place is worth 1 point
The scores are summed across races to determine the series champion.
Upgrades come in two flavors: cosmetic and performance.
We recommend going for performance upgrades first.
Focus on improving a character’s weakest stats first.
The stat upgrades have a ramping cost. Be sure to choose characters with higher stats to reduce the cost of bolstering your upgrades. Default character stats are published below.
The game has 3 power ups
Coin magnet: attracts the coins to you without getting near them. This is the most important power up as it not only attracts coins but also attracts the other power ups when you pass them.
Lighting: fires a lightning bolt at an opponent in front of you, stopping them dead in their tracks. This upgrade can be frustrating because you often end up crashing into the stopped scooter, giving them a boost of speed while slowing you down to a stop.
Fire: Gives you a boost in speed. This is a great upgrade, but be careful collecting it going around a corner.
Tips and tricks
Steering is the most important stat in this game.
Crashes are the most frustrating part of this race.
Hitting into walls will slow you down to a near stop.
Hitting other characters will slow you down to a complete stop & sometimes they turn to try to hit you, so it is best to try to stay away from them.
Try to keep a broad distance between you and them, and if you pass them on a corner try to be on the inside of them (if you are on the inside and are turning full force they likely won’t be able to hit you & if you are outside of them and they swerve out at you and you have to let up your turn to avoid them you will likely crash into the outside wall).
The best spot to pass opponents is either on straightaways or when you have an extra boost of speed from jumping a ramp or collecting a power up.
The character with the best chance of winning is the one with the best steering stat.
Of the default characters, Anais, Gumball, and Apple have the best steering stats.
Spend most of your early races collecting coins over attempting to win. Placing well can earn you additional coins, but upgrading is vital to competing across all 5 races.
Keep to the middle of the track to avoid collisions. Try to pass competing racers inside of them on corners, or after hitting a turbo or jumping over a ramp that gives you a bit more speed.
The game is suited for skater and scooter fans of all ages.
The game has no adult themed content.
Default Character Stats
The following table lists racer stats before any upgrades.
Character Upgrade Costs
The following table shows upgrade costs for skill and aesthetic upgrades.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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