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Pixel-art skiing game Dudeski will be released at midnight tonight

By , on March 12, 2014
Last modified 6 months, 3 weeks ago

During the Winter Olympics we reported on a retro skiing game called Dudeski. Now – just in time for the Winter Paralympics – publisher Static Oceans is about to release it onto the App Store.

The pixel-art racer has you guiding your skier down Shred Lord Mountain. You'll need to weave your way through four increasingly difficult slalom courses, while avoid all manner of obstacles and dangers - including some grumpy looking Yetis.

Though you're limited to four different mountain ranges - The Top, The Forest, Yeti Mountain, and the Totem Trials - each slope is randomly generated, meaning every run should be unique.

Dudeski will come to other the EU and US App Stores at midnight tonight for a price of £1.49 / $1.99.

[App Store]


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TheAspieFox 6 months, 3 weeks ago

I'd rather see SkiFree released on the App Store. xD