Skiing Yeti Mountain

Skiing Yeti Mountain

With winter getting closer and closer by the day we have started getting more and more Android games dedicated to winter sports. Skiing Yeti Mountain is one of them – the game is not all about competitive skiing but it has some elements inside so you will be challenged for sure.

The game combines some fantasy elements with the modern sport of skiing – the story that sits behind is of a rookie skier who wants to find the mysterious Yeti in the so called Skiing Yeti Mountain but to do this the character will have to complete a lot of levels with no guarantee of seeing Yeti ever. So you will be skiing downhill a lot and then again. Fortunately this is easy – just slide your finger left or right to give the skier a direction. Of course you must avoid trees and other obstacles as well as keep the right direction that poles give you. An interesting fact is that the game has a built-in tutorial that unfolds as you complete levels. For instance the first level is simple and is there just to get you familiar with the game. Then when you reach 4th level things will become competitive since there will be a clock that you will have to deal with. But it is nice when you feel challenged.

Skiing Yeti Mountain is definitely not the perfect game and you can see this in the graphics department – the game comes with simple and very pixilated 2D graphics that will make you feel like you are in the 1990s but the game has some nice visual effects when there’s an accident on screen. The sound in the game is decent but definitely not great – in any case it is better when you have sound rather than not.

Skiing Yeti Mountain is a decent, simple game that you can easily find on Google Play. The game will appeal to ski fans best but everyone can play this game, even children. Skiing Yeti Mountain is a really nice choice when you have time to kill so just try the game – especially when it is too cold or snowy outside.

Skiing Yeti Mountain is here on Google Play.

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