Go! Go! Hypergrind

Moby ID: 12285
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Among animation studios, a link exists to a realm known as the "Toon World". This world is inhabited by, of course, cartoon characters. Filming is done in the toon world and then sent to the real world for editing and production, thus reducing the tedium and cost of animation. However, the animation industry is under heavy pressure from new computer-generated techniques of animating. In an effort to revitalize traditional Cel animation the real-world Studio SPUMCO will be creating a cartoon based on Extreme Skating. And so auditions begin in the Toon World.

The cast of characters are all Cel-Shaded and mostly anthropomorphisms. You will control one of them through eight large sets to try and be selected for the cartoon. You collect points by doing what you would do in any skateboarding game, grinding, jumping, the usual ticks. However, here there is a twist. Seeing as you are a cartoon you can gain points by being beheaded crushed and other familiar animated antics. Sometimes a level will consist of a battle or a race.

The game also contains a two-player versus mode.

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Average score: 66% (based on 4 ratings)

Players

Average score: 3.8 out of 5 (based on 3 ratings with 1 reviews)

Go! Go! Hypergrind's controls are hard to learn, but the overall game is pretty good.

The Good
The graphics are cell-shaded which is a cool type of animation. The gameplay is fast, and the levels are large. Its easy to pull off tricks, and there is a good variation of characters.

The Bad
Its hard to grind, and the voice acting is bad.

The Bottom Line
A good, cell-shaded skateboarding game that's fairly easy to learn.

GameCube · by Gundark Krozmotov (118) · 2004

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Game added by Opipeuter.

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Game added March 1, 2004. Last modified February 22, 2023.