Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam has six different locations, each four times larger than a typical level from American Sk8land.
|Unlockable||How to Unlock|
|Castle of Edinburgh||Finish as 3rd or better in the Championship in San Francisco.|
|Hawaii||Finish as 3rd or better in the Championship in all 9 other Championships.|
|Lights of Hong Kong||Finish as 3rd or better in the Championship in Rio de Janeiro.|
|Montmartre||Finish as 3rd or better in the Championship in Tour of Rome.|
|Rio de Janeiro||Finish as 3rd or better in the Championship in Steps of Morocco.|
|Ruins of Machu Picchu||Finish as 3rd or better in the Championship in Vail Mountain.|
|Steps of Morocco||Finish as 3rd or better in the Championship in San Francisco.|
|Tour of Rome||Finish as 3rd or better in the Championship in Castle of Edinburgh.|
|Vail Mountain||Finish as 3rd or better in the Championship in Castle of Edinburgh.|
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Tony Hawk’s Downhill Jam is a skateboarding video game in the Tony Hawk’s series. The game, named after the level “Downhill Jam” from Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, was published by Activision in 2006 as a timed Nintendo exclusive for the Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance, and Wii (as a launch title). In 2007, it was published for the PlayStation 2. It is a spin-off in which accompanies the release of Tony Hawk’s Project 8, which is conversely available on non-Nintendo systems.
As a departure from Neversoft’s Tony Hawk games, Downhill Jam emphasizes gaining speed and racing opponents, as well as competing for high scores and completing goals. This is the only racing title in the series. In its story, the player recruits skaters into Tony Hawk’s skate crew and battles a rival crew run by Antonio Segul (a reference to Tony Hawk, being a bird’s name), an “old-school” skater trapped in the 80s.
To recruit the skaters, they must beat various challenges before challenging that particular skater to one of 3 events to earn a medal, and the skater him/herself. The story of the DS version can be treated as a sequel to American Sk8land, as the skatepark featured in Downhill Jam’s opening and closing cutscenes is American Sk8land, the decrepit skatepark from American Sk8land. The story mode is only available in the DS version, while the Wii version has “Downhill Challenge”.
Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam
Australia: November 1, 2006
Game Boy Advance
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