Just try to picture this, skiing on a snowy mountain with a good climate around you; it does give a good feeling to you. Well, SkiFree is a game that could give that sensation in a virtual way. It's a simple standalone game, in which the player skies down the slope of the mountain. The graphic is simple with small-animated characters and there is no background score that could get us catch the mode more easily. There are mainly three levels of the game: Free-Style, Slalom and Tree Slalom. As the name suggests, Free-Style just deals with a safe landing on the destination with stunts. Slalom is based on the shortest time possible between start and end flags while Tree Slalom is the same with more trees in it. SkiFree has its attractiveness in its simplicity that makes it suitable for all types of persons to have their share of fun with the game. It gives us the thrill of jumping over the obstacles, crashing on the other players and for the horror part, there is a Snow Monster just like the ones we have heard of, the scary creatures haunting the snowy mountains. And there is plenty of snow around to ski around.
A Free form skiing game, with Slalom, Free Style, and Tree Slalom pistes to ski down. Originally made for free by Chris Pirih in 1991.