Snow Spill is a free online game. In the game you ski down 25 different crazy landscapes.
Do as many tricks as possible, race against the clock, or jump as far as you can,
while you avoid falling to your doom or breaking your bones.
Snow Spill features different level goals.
Many levels are freestyle and award points for how many tricks you can do before reaching the bottom of the hill.
Other levels have their own challenge or objective, such as awarding points for speed or distance.
Snow Spill was made using a technology called Silverlight.
It's a lot like Flash and is free and easy to install.
Also, I owe the physics in Snow Spill to the Farseer Physics Engine created by Jeff Weber at Farseer Games.
Snow Spill might remind you of a game called Ski Stunt Simulator.
Snow Spill is based off of Ski Stunt Simulator and could be called a modern clone.
Ski Stunt Simulator was so popular it's hard to make any physics based ski game and not have them compared.
Because of how popular it was, it's a wonder why there aren't more games that have tried this.
I'm currently calling Snow Spill "Done" and will continue making small changes as needed.
If there is enough interest eventually there could be a Snow Spill 2.
Snow Spill 2 could include an in game level editor, the ability to record your game play and play it back later, and more levels.
If you have other ideas or suggestions I'd like to hear them. You can contact me from the about page.
If you enjoy playing Snow Spill please spread the word and post a link on a social network or forum.
The future of Snow Spill depends on you.
You need Silverlight to play this game.
It's free and only takes a minute, just like Flash.
Not sure you want to install another plug-in?
Well, here is some game footage to help you decide.
Liserd Arts Games strives to create quality online games.
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Thanks for playing,
Liserd Arts Games
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