Ski Crazed (Apple II, 5 1/4" Disk) Baudville - 1987 USA, Canada Release
|Media||5 1/4" Disk|
|Developer(s)||Jason Rubin and Andy Gavin|
|Category(s)||Entertainment, Sports, Skiing|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
Action game and construction set.
All the thrills and none of the chills.
You're at the prestigious Kilimanjaro Annual International Skiing Tournament. You've fought your way through twelve grueling downhill slopes. Two devilish slalom courses. And more moguls, ice hazards, jumps, gates and spills than you can shake a joystick at.
Now you face the fifteenth and final slope: the dreaded "Ooh La La." It's all... or nothing. Heart pounding, sweat on your forehead, butterflies swarming underneath your sweater, you push off!
Ski Crazed brings mountain madness to your monitor. All the excitement, hair-raising stunts, and fun. And none of the lines, lift charges, frostbite or fractures.
Plus when you've beaten the best on the Ooh La La, you can make a real beast with Ski Crazed's slope editor.
- You've already conquered slopes, slicks, jumps and bumps. But you de-fog your goggles and light out for the lift. Because you're out to challenge the mountains at their meanest! You're... Ski Crazed!
- One-up Mother Nature and design treacherous new courses that will put you and your friends to the ultimate test.
Hacker Jack: The Spirit Lives On.
Jason Rubin and Andy Gavin caught the Hacker Jack spirit the day they booted their first Apples. Developing Ski Crazed was only a matter of time.
Born in a snowstorm, it's only natural that Jason Rubin would grow up loving to ski. The madcap creator of Ski Crazed's graphics, Rubin is a student at Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, Maryland.
Starting with a II+, Andy Gavin has been programming since 1981- and he's already achieved his first goal: publishing a program at the same age (or younger) as his hero, Will Harvey. Gavin attends Langley High School in McLean, Virginia.