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Dudeski

Race down Shred Lord mountain as an avalanche chases after you

Try to stay out in front of a massive avalanche in this retro-inspired endless distance game

Dudeski

by Static Oceans Corp.
Dudeski
Dudeski
Dudeski
$1.99 in the App Store

Try to stay out in front of a massive avalanche in this retro-inspired endless distance game.

What is it about?

Race down Shred Lord mountain as an avalanche chases after you. Ski between gates, dodge obstacles, discover the secrets of the mountain, and try making it all the way to the bottom.

Dudeski

App Details

Version
1.2
Rating
(151)
Size
133Mb
Genre
Action Racing
Last updated
May 12, 2014
Release date
March 9, 2014
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Race down Shred Lord mountain as an avalanche chases after you. Ski between gates, dodge obstacles, discover the secrets of the mountain, and try making it all the way to the bottom.

- The New Yorker's iPhone Game of the Month for March 2014 -

* Four mountain sections – the Top, the Forest, Yeti Valley, and the Totem Trials.
* The mountain changes with every run – never ski the same slopes twice.
* Collect pinecones on the mountain to unlock shortcuts, and purchase gear to help you survive the mountain's many obstacles.
* Secret zones are scattered across the mountain, each holding a trophy for you to claim.
* No IAP. Buy the game once and it's yours to enjoy.

"If 'The Big Lebowski' had an alpine sequel, and that sequel were turned into a video game, it would be Dudeski."
- Joshua Rothman, The New Yorker

"Dudeski pits your shredding skills to the test in a race against an avalanche—and totally nails the run."
- Richard Moss, MacLife - (4.5/5)

"Filled with humorous touches and arcade fun, Dudeski is entertaining from top to bottom."
- Alex Beech, AppSpy - (4/5)

"...a unique experience among a bevy of me-too auto-runners."
- Carter Dotson, 148Apps - (4/5)

"It's joyfully silly, but still manages to be a slick and enjoyable retro-styled slope slider."
- Harry Slater, PocketGamer