Warehouse loading screen

The Warehouse is the first level of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater. It is located in Woodland Hills, California. The level has become somewhat iconic due to its appearance in multiple Tony Hawk games.

Origin[edit | edit source]

Doesn't have any real world analog, however Woodland Hills is where Neversoft headquarters was located. In Pro Skater 1+2, it was relocated to Albany, New York, as that is where Vicarious Visions headquarters is located. In the Game Boy Advance version of THPS2, the Warehouse was located in Troy, New York, part of the Albany metropolitan area.

Goals[edit | edit source]

THPS[edit | edit source]

  • High Score - 5,000 Points
  • Smash the Boxes
  • Get S-K-A-T-E
  • Find Hidden Tape
  • Pro Score - 15,000 Points

THPS2(GBA)[edit | edit source]

  • High Score - 20,000       $1500
  • Pro Score - 50,000         $1750
  • SICK Score! - 150,000   $2000
  • Collect S-K-A-T-E           $1500
  • Destroy 5 Crates            $1250                                
  • Collect 5 Spray Cans      $1000                                     
  • 5-0 the Big Rail              $1250                             
  • Hit 3 Oldskool Gaps       $1500                                    
  • Find the Secret Tape      $1500                                     
  • 100% Goals and Cash    $1000

THUG(GBA)[edit | edit source]

  • Collect 5 Spray Cans
  • 20,000 points
  • Left and Right Channel Gaps
  • HORSE Combos

THUG2 (as Training)[edit | edit source]

Story Mode[edit | edit source]

 Basics[edit | edit source]
  • Learn to Ollie 
  • Manual 
  • Grind the rail
  • No Comply over the taxi 
  • Boneless over the taxi 
  • KickFlip over the gap 
  • Lip the QP 
  • QP Grind 
  • Melon off a Vert 
  • Learn to Spin 
  • Get out of a Halfpipe 
  • QP transfer
Novice[edit | edit source]
  • Sticker Slap the walls 
  • Tear down the wall 
  • Open the door 
  • Wallie and Grind the rail 
  • My first Combo 
  • Side Jumping Combo 
  • Spine Transfer the funbox 
  • Hip Transfer 
  • Skitch the forklift 
  • Do a real Combo
  • Do a McTwist
Off board[edit | edit source]
  • Caveman time 
  • Jump on the crates 
  • Jump and Hang
  • Climb the ladder 
  • Shimmy to the opening 
  • Acid Drop
New School[edit | edit source]
  • Arcade machine high score 
  • Fun with tomatoes 
  • Tag the place 
  • Hang'n Tag 
  • Vert Wallplant session 
  • Do a Backflip 
  • Do a Roll 
  • Keep a Focus

Classic Mode[edit | edit source]

  • High Score - 400,000 points
  • Pro Score - 800,000 points
  • Sick Score - 1,250,000 points
  • High Combo - 300,000 points
  • Collect S-K-A-T-E
  • Collect C-O-M-B-O
  • Get the secret tape
  • Break all the sprinklers
  • Down-Left Grab over the half pipe
  • Grab all the skateboards

THPSHD[edit | edit source]

Career Mode[edit | edit source]

  • High Score (10,000) - $100
  • Pro Score (25,000) - $200
  • Sick Score (75,000) - $500
  • Find The Secret DVD - $150
  • Collect S-K-A-T-E - $150
  • Collect 5 Shipping Manifests - $250
  • Grind 5 Small QPs - $150
  • Kickflip Over The Pipe - $150
  • Smash 5 Sets Of Boxes - $150
  • 100% Goals And Cash - $200

Projectives[edit | edit source]

  • Sickest Score (200,000) - $300
  • Collect C-O-M-B-O - $200
  • Collect 8 Skateboards - $250
  • Land a 50,000 Combo - $150
  • Boneless the Magic Bum - $100

Game Appearances[edit | edit source]

  • THPS - the first game where Warehouse appears.
  • THPS2 - Warehouse appears as bonus level on PC. Looking same as in THPS1. Is also a regular level in the GBA verson.
  • MHPB - original Warehouse with a few textures replaced.
  • THPS2x - looking slightly different, was remodelled and retextured by Treyarch.
  • THPS3 - Warehouse appears as bonus level, slightly retextured, though differences from original are minor.
  • THUG - GBA version only, nearly the same as THPS2's GBA version, but with some slight tweaks.
  • THUG2 - called Training, Warehouse is drastically remodelled and retextured. An additional area was added and the platform to the left of the roll in ramps was replaced with a bowl.
  • THUG2 Remix - same as in THUG2.
  • THPSHD - drastically improved version of the original Warehouse.
  • THPS 1+2 - drastic visual improvements with the same layout as the original.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In THPS2's GBA version Warehouse replaced Venice Beach, and shares the "Collect 5 Spray Cans" goal, and the infamous "secret" area is removed
  • THPS3's version of the level lacks several details comparing to the original. This includes the interactive objects (like boxes and barriers) and missing hook in the middle. Also player can skate the water in this version.
  • Source file of the Warehouse level can be found on the PS2 THPS3 CD. This file can be opened in any modern version of Autodesk 3ds Max.
  • THUG's GBA version is nearly identical to THPS2's GBA version, but has two major differences: The removal of the Big Rail, and the ability to Spine Transfer from the entryway to the QP's below, the only time this has ever been seen.
  • In THUG2's version(as Training), you can get on top of the "secret" area, and you can Sticker Slap what apears to be a crane hook.

See also[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]


Tony Hawk's Pro Skater levels
WarehouseSchoolMallChicagoDowntownDownhill JamBurnsideStreetsRoswell
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 levels
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WarehouseBurnsideRoswell

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD levels
WarehouseSchool IIHangarMallVeniceDownhill JamMarseille

CanadaAirportLos Angeles

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