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A '''slope jump''' is a jump done against a slanted wall or while walking up sloped ground which is used to gain more height than would be possible with a regular jump. The effect is amplified underwater.
A '''slope jump''' is a jump done against a slanted wall or while walking up sloped ground which is used to gain more height than would be possible with a regular jump. The effect is amplified underwater without the [[Gravity Suit]] or [[Gravity Boost]].
 
The two main ways you can apply this technique are with walls and with sloped floors. Using a wall, just hold L and walk near the given wall, then jump the moment before you run into it. With sloped floors, find the part of the floor in which it goes in an upward direction, then hold L and jump as you are in the process of moving up the slope.


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Revision as of 19:03, 20 September 2020

A slope jump is a jump done against a slanted wall or while walking up sloped ground which is used to gain more height than would be possible with a regular jump. The effect is amplified underwater without the Gravity Suit or Gravity Boost.

The two main ways you can apply this technique are with walls and with sloped floors. Using a wall, just hold L and walk near the given wall, then jump the moment before you run into it. With sloped floors, find the part of the floor in which it goes in an upward direction, then hold L and jump as you are in the process of moving up the slope.

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Name Origin

The term "ghetto jump" was first used by kip on 9 February 2003 when he described that "a series of super ghetto jumps" could be used to climb Cargo Freight Lift to Deck Gamma in the crashed frigate without the aid of the Gravity Suit.

Many years later, many members of the community gravitated towards calling the trick "slope jump" instead, as it more accurately describes what the trick entails.

Examples