High On Life is a galactic comedy shooter that sends you warping across the galaxy as you hunt down the jerks who have enslaved your planet and are deadest on turning your species into a drug you can stuff into a Hyperbong. But in between hunting bounties with your Bounty 5000, you can also visit a handful of interesting locales that primarily offer confusion, a few laughs, or full-length movies. The Skate Park is one of those locations.
The Trick Daddy Skate Park is one of the more interesting places you can select, as it allows you to participate in a mini-game that’s highly reminiscent of early 2000 skating games. You can use your dodge to skate through bowls, glide across railings, and use hook bugs to get some sick air.
There’s even a trio of very supportive teenagers who really want to see you skate and will cheer you on as you pull off those nasty tricks. Here’s how to get there.
How to Access the Skate Park in High on Life
If you’ve been playing the game normally, you’ve likely obtained a few Warp Crystals. Warp Crystals serve one function – to pay for some of the illicit warp discs at Blorto’s “food stand.” To gain access to Blorto, you’ll need to take down the first two of the G3 bosses, Krubis and Douglas, and then speak to Mayor Clugg of Blim City.
Once you two broker a murder agreement, head outside of your house. In front of your house, somewhat to the front and right. He should shout at you if you get close to the food stand. Sit in front of him, and he’ll give you his menu, which will decrypt into the actual secret menu.
This menu will list available Warp Discs and their locations, which can be purchased with Warp Crystals. The Skate Park costs 8 Warp Crystal. But don’t worry if you’re short. Check out my quick Warp Crystal Farming guide in the related link to get the Crystal you’ll need.
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Once you’re able, grab the Skate Park Disc, then head to the Bounty 5000. Tab into the lower menu, which will be Portals, and select Port Terrene, then Outskirts. Activate the Portal and step through.
There are actually three energy tents here, near the GMS Schlooper Wreck. This Wreck is accessible if you head forward as if you were going to Old Town. Select one of the tents; then, you’ll be prompted to use your Warp Disc. Select the Skate Park, and Trick Daddy Skate Park will warp in.
Oh, and if you’re curious, there’s no tangible reward for hitting the score goal save for the admiration of these alien teens. But maybe that’s the best reward of all.