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Set in a post-retro game world not too far removed from suburbia, the player soon discovers that their Penny board has the ability to freeze time. You'll ollie, hippy jump and power-slide your way under, through and over obstacles to victory, and choose whether you cash in your earnings along the way or risk it all by playing increasingly difficult areas for even greater points. Each of the game's unique levels feature two gameplay modes which will immerse and challenge both casual and experienced players alike.
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