There are a number of video games that feature graffiti and street art as a significant aspect of the gameplay or the game world. Some of these games include: Jet Set Radio (Jet Grind Radio in the US): A classic game released in 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast, Jet Set Radio has players controlling a group of rollerblading graffiti artists in a cel-shaded, futuristic version of Tokyo. The goal is to tag various locations throughout the city while avoiding the police and rival gangs. Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure: This 2006 game follows a graffiti artist named Trane as he explores the city of New Radius, tagging various spots to gain notoriety and respect. The game features a strong emphasis on street art and hip-hop culture. Graffiti Kingdom: A 2005 action-adventure game for the PlayStation 2, Graffiti Kingdom allows players to create their own graffiti creatures to help them solve puzzles and defeat enemies. The game combines platforming with an extensive character creation system. Subway Surfers: A popular mobile endless runner game, Subway Surfers has players taking on the role of a graffiti artist who must evade the police while running through various cityscapes. Players can collect coins and power-ups while avoiding obstacles and trains. Slaps and Beans: A 2018 action-adventure game, Slaps and Beans features iconic Italian movie characters Bud Spencer and Terence Hill in a quest to save their hometown from an evil developer. One of the mini-games within the game involves creating graffiti art. These games incorporate graffiti and street art in different ways, either as a central gameplay mechanic or as an integral part of the game's aesthetic and world-building.
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