Whiplash: Crash Valley
Jackass: The Game is an Extreme Sports, Action-Adventure, and Single-player video game, taking place in the 3D environment. The game offers exciting gameplay based on a TV series, Jackass. It provides a beautiful world that contains more than 40 mini-games, following the aspects of both the movies and the series.
The story follows a character named Jeff Tremaine, who is hospitalized because of suffering a vagina sprain. As the story advances, the director calls you to step in and fill the role of Jackass. The ultimate objective is to gather the best footage from thirty-six different stunts for the game to create a brand-new season of Jackass.
There are several game modes, such as MTV Story, Episodes, Director, and Theater. Different playable characters are there, such as Ryan Dunn, Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Leeza Gibbons, and more.
You explore the world from a third-person viewpoint, and your goal is to complete each task by landing your character on the right spot. Jackass: The Game includes prominent features such as 3D Graphics, Third-person Navigation, Physics-based Gameplay, Challenging Missions, and more.
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Whiplash: Crash Valley offers a perfect blend of Adventure, Physics, and Simulation elements, developed and published by Diagrammet AB. The game puts you in control of a crash test dummy and gives you a chance to test your skills.
To start the game, you have to jump into the City of Clash Valley, where you need to check your limits. During the gameplay, you can crash into buildings, people, and dartboards. Control a crash test dummy and start navigating the 3D environment while collapsing buildings and other objects. The game rewards you with points for each completed level and provides you a chance to drive vehicle.
There are several challenging levels, and each one has varied requirements for completion. Whiplash: Crash Valley includes prominent features such as Interactive Ragdoll Simulation System, Crash Test Dummy, Different Vehicles, and more. Throughout the game, you can navigate the world from a third-person perspective and can crash with objects to see how your dummy hits.