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*The only "secret' in Mall is the small extra room near the fountain. Player have to break the glass door to access it, then the other wall of the room will disappear.
 
*The only "secret' in Mall is the small extra room near the fountain. Player have to break the glass door to access it, then the other wall of the room will disappear.
 
*There is nothing outside the mall in THPS1 and THPS2X, but in THAW you can notice a few trees and flags there as well as the real sky.
 
*There is nothing outside the mall in THPS1 and THPS2X, but in THAW you can notice a few trees and flags there as well as the real sky.
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*Breaking the last glass door in Mall would end the run instantly in THPS1. In THPS2X, THAW, and THPSHD, it teleports the skater back to the start instead.
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*Breaking the last glass door in Mall would end the run instantly in THPS1, in THAW and THPSHD it teleports skater back to the start instead.
 
*In THPS1, THPS2X and THAW, Mall is set in the daytime, but in THPS HD, Mall is set in the night.
 
*In THPS1, THPS2X and THAW, Mall is set in the daytime, but in THPS HD, Mall is set in the night.
 
*In Pro Skater 1, the boxes at the end of the level in the PS1/Dreamcast version are advertising the game Apocalypse, whose engine served as the foundation for Pro Skater, but in the N64 version they advertise Edge Of Reality, who developed the N64 port; however, if you have an Expansion Pak, the back has a picture of a mysterious female. In Pro Skater 2X, the boxes advertise Kelly Slater's Pro Surfer, and in American Wasteland, they advertise Pro Skater 1.
 
*In Pro Skater 1, the boxes at the end of the level in the PS1/Dreamcast version are advertising the game Apocalypse, whose engine served as the foundation for Pro Skater, but in the N64 version they advertise Edge Of Reality, who developed the N64 port; however, if you have an Expansion Pak, the back has a picture of a mysterious female. In Pro Skater 2X, the boxes advertise Kelly Slater's Pro Surfer, and in American Wasteland, they advertise Pro Skater 1.

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