Ultimate Ski Jumping 2020
Sports 19 March 2020
Ultimate Ski Jumping 2020 is an old-school arcade sports game dedicated to the ski jumping. The game was developed by the Gdansk-based Blue Sunset Games studio and released by Forever Entertainment S.A.
Sports 02 December 2016
A sandbox extreme winter sports simulation game by Ubisoft, set in faithfully recreated regions of the Alps and Alaska, divided into several open-world sectors. There you can go skiing or snowboarding, or even take to the skies with a paraglider or a wingsuit. The gameplay is purely arcade-like, so you need to both ride fast and execute spectacular tricks. During the game you can try to beat a wide range of challenges such as time trials or stunts. Steep also places emphasis on the social aspect, thanks to which you can create your own challenges and make them available to other players. The system is complemented by online rankings, although you can forego the rivalry and simply enjoy the wintry landscapes.
Deluxe Ski Jump 4
Sports 31 December 2011
The fourth installment in a series of ski jumping simulators that gained approval around the world thanks to combining simplicity with loads of pure gameplay. The game was created by a Finnish programmer Jussi Koskela and expands the concepts of the previous iterations, introducing several significant novelties at the same time. Deluxe Ski Jump 4 offers a wide set of game modes - single competitions and entire seasons, apart from the multiplayer rivalry. Participating in a session involves the necessity to go through qualifications. Many factors influence one's performance here, including the wind (its force and direction change) and dynamic weather conditions (rain, snow, fog). Both the in-game physics and character animations were substantially improved, apart from the game's visuals. DSJ 4 can be played from several different camera angles and a large emphasis was placed on recreating the infrastructures for jumps and adding cheering fans. Additionally, the player can take part in competitions at different times of day, also with the use of artificial lighting.
Springen Winter 2006
Sports 02 November 2005
Co-developed by Metropolis Software and cdv, another installment in the popular sports series inspired by the successful career of the Polish ski jumper Adam Malysz. Ski Springen Winter 2006 offers an extensive campaign supplemented by management options. You begin with junior ski jumping competitions, then slowly climb the ski jumping career ladder, and finally win the Crystal Globe and the World Cup. There are 13 different ski jumping events (including the Four Hills Tournament) taking place on realistically-recreated jumping hills, such as the Olympic one in Pragelato. The developers put emphasis on a simple and intuitive control system which allows the players to fully control the position of the jumper in every jump phase and during the landing. The physical fitness of each of the 26 contestants varies, which translates into working out different tactics for different jumpers.
Ski Jump Challenge 2002
Sports 15 November 2001
Another sports game by VCC, whose name sponsor is the Polish ski jumper Adam Małysz. Ski Jump Challenge 2002 features vastly improved realism, and each contestant has his own statistics supplied by the International Ski Federation. The game features a realistic ski-waxing system, and your jump score is affected by the pose of your body in-flight and at the moment of landing. There are also more training options, which allow you to e.g. hire trainers and buy pieces of equipment made by reputable companies. You can participate in four types of contests, taking place at 20 locations (including mammoth hills). Ski Jump Challenge features dynamic weather, improved visuals a ski-jumping encyclopedia and professional commentary.
Ski Jumping Pro VR
Sports 06 December 2019
A new version of the mobile game from 2013, which is a ski jumping simulator. Ski Jumping Pro VR is designed for VR goggles. Yippee! Entertainment studio is responsible for creating the production, and the publisher's duties were taken over by Kalypso Media.
K-Point Ski Jumping
Sports 24 January 2020
This low-budget ski jumping simulator is based on the cult Deluxe Ski Jump sports series. K-Point Ski Jumping is a game created by one person - Marcin Dzienniak and offers many types of competitions and hills and even character development mechanics.
RTL Ski Jumping 2007
Sports 17 November 2006
Another installment belonging to a popular franchise of ski jumping simulators published by the German RTL Group. Similarly as the previous installments, the 2007's edition offers a comprehensive experience that includes mainly training sessions on smaller jumps, subsequent World Cup events, and World Championships. In one of two basic modes implemented, the player can assume the role of a jumper to compete over the Crystal Globe, visiting 41 faithfully recreated jumps on their way. In the other mode, the player becomes a trainer and leads their team to victory through 15 licensed international contests divided into 3 leagues. Practically, the player can take part in all the significant ski jumping events: regular contests, championships taking place on the largest jumps, summertime Grand Prix competitions, the Four Hills Tournament, and team rivalry. As the jumper achieves subsequent victories, they gradually gain both prestige and better equipment.
Deluxe Ski Jump 3.0
Sports 30 October 2004
Deluxe Ski Jump 3.0 is a new version of the low-budget game by Finnish programmerussi Koskel, genre-oriented ski jumping simulator. It should be noted that the first edition of the DSJ turned out to be a not insignificant hit, beating all popularity records in Poland and in the world.
Skoki narciarskie 2004
Sports 12 November 2003
Another edition of the well-known to our native players series of ski jumping simulators. According to the assurances of its creators, the new game beats on the head of all previous parts of the cycle. While creating it, a lot of emphasis was put on a refined graphic design, extensive gameplay options and high playability with a regulated level of difficulty.
Ski Jumping 2012
Sports 02 December 2011
A mobile ski jumping simulator with a number of managerial features. The game, developed by Vivid Games, allows us to create a custom player from scratch and lead him through the world of ski jumping. Our duties include buying equipment and planning a workout schedule, as well as taking part in further competitions, systematically increasing our statistics. The jumping itself is quite complicated – the player has to focus on each section (inrun, take-off, flight, and landing), as the judges grade the style of the jump following these guidelines. The jumps are also affected by wind and dynamic weather conditions. Unfortunately, the game lacks the official license of ski jumping events, which leaves us with placeholder names of all participants. We are left with appealing visuals and intuitive controls employing the touch controls or built-in gyroscope.
Skoki narciarskie 2003: Polski orzel
Sports 12 November 2002
The next edition of the flagship ski series and the undoubted hit of the Polish gaming market (the previous two editions of Ski Jumping sold in over 265 thousand copies in total).
Skoki narciarskie 2005
Sports 26 November 2004
Ski Jumping 2005 is the next, fifth part of the series, which enjoys an unwavering interest among players. While the first two parts were imported to Poland, starting from Ski Jumping 2003 they are the work of the native development team L'Art. L'Art creates the game based on the excellent and popular Criterion Software's engine - RenderWare.
Vancouver 2010: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Winter Games
Sports 12 January 2010
The official 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games video game. The production allows you to participate in several dozens of winter sports, including ski jumping and Alpine skiing.
Ski Region Simulator 2012
Simulation 21 October 2011
In Ski Region Simulator 2012 we run our own winter resort, taking care of its successive expansion and completing the tasks assigned by the game. During the game we use various snow vehicles, which can be controlled with the use of a keyboard, gamepad or steering wheel.
Sports 14 February 2019
An open world sports simulator developed by Poppermost Productions - an independent Swedish team. SNOW, as simple as it sounds, focuses on skiing and snowboarding. Although the game was inspired by console series such as SSX, special emphasis was put on realism. The action takes place near Sialia mountain in the Alps, a place filled with ski slopes, hidden valleys and mountain villages. The players can compete against both the AI-controlled opponents and other players in the multiplayer mode. The gameplay is diversified with many character customization options and different kinds of equipment to choose from. The game utilizes CryEngine 3, thus the in-game locations present themselves more than satisfying and movement physics stand out with realism. The game is free-to-play with optional micro-payments.
Simulation 02 August 2016
A simulation game designed for virtual reality sets, taking us to Himalayas where we conquer the summit of the highest mountain in the world. Production was developed by Icelandic Sólfar Studios collaborating with RVX team, responsible for special effects in the Baltasar Kormáruk movie, Everest. Project was supported financially by many Scandinavian institutions. EVEREST VR lets us experience the beauty of the journey while traveling through five iconic scenes: preparing our expedition at the basecamp, traversing the dangerous Khumbu Icefalls, spending the night in a transition camp, ascending the nearly vertical Hilary Step to finally reach the summit of Everest. Producers took special care to achieve a proper balance between pure simulation and enjoyable experience, making it attractive for a large group of recipients. Visuals were created by using dual imaging photogrammetry and the stunning photos taken while directing the Everest movie.
Steep: Road to the Olympics
Sports 05 December 2017
Steep: Road to the Olympics is the first expansion for Steep, a winter sports simulator developed by Ubisoft. The DLC, created in cooperation with the International Olympic Committee, allows the players to try themselves in various winter sports, like Alpine skiing, snowboard cross, slopestyle, skicross, halfpipe, giant slalom, super giant slalom, or big air. Gameplay mechanics remain the same as in the base game. We will encounter both A.I.- and player-controlled characters as we play and take part in challenges created by the latter ones. Competition between the players (online rankings) and doing quests located all around the world still play an important role in the game. Developers created brand-new Japanese and North Korean locations for the DLC.
RTL Ski Jumping 2006
Sports 17 November 2005
RTL Ski Jumping 2006 is a continuation of the recognized ski jumping. Thanks to it, players have the opportunity to prove themselves as a professional ski jumper, taking part in the World Championships 2005/2006.
RTL Winter Sports 2008
Sports 29 November 2007
Winter Sports 2008 is a sports game prepared by German studio 49Games specializing in this genre. Players have the opportunity to test themselves in such winter sports as: fast skating, cross-country skiing, biathlon, Nordic combined, ski jumping, snowboarding or alpine skiing. Reports from individual competitions are presented in the style of TV transmission.
Alpine Ski Racing 2007: Bode Miller vs. Hermann Maier
Sports 16 November 2006
Alpine Ski Racing 2007: Bode Miller vs. Hermann Maier is a simulation of alpine skiing, in which the action is observed from a third person perspective. The program was released by JoWooD Productions Software.
Infinite Air with Mark McMorris
Sports 25 October 2016
A sports snowboarding simulation game developed in cooperation with Mark McMorris, a snowboarding champion. The main highlights of Infinite Air with Mark McMorris are: realism, open world, considerable freedom, and social features. In the game, we are taken to a vast, procedurally generated environment that spans over an area of 100 square miles. We can go to any spot of our choosing thanks to a helicopter. Having started, we can freely explore and complete slopes or master new tricks. All these things we do under the supervision of famous professionals such as Craig McMorris, Silje Norendal, Torstein Horgmo, Danny Davis, and Ulrik Badertscher. The title uses a realistic analog control model that recreates actual movements of a snowboarder. In the game, we can play solo or in various multiplayer modes. Moreover, we can create our own snowboarding parks and share them with the community.
Ski Park Manager
Strategy 20 February 2002
Ski Park Manager is an economic strategy that allows the player to play the role of ski resort manager. Virtual managers must, among other things, take care of the condition of the infrastructure of holiday facilities, build new hotels and catering outlets, set downhill courses and even take care of employee matters. Developers from Lankhor studio took care of intuitively simple interface and nice to the eye visual setting of their work.
Sports 03 February 2006
Comprehensive simulator for all major winter sports. In total, the authors offer players to take part in 21 types of various competitions, which are included in six popular disciplines, i.e. biathlon, ski jumping, cross-country skiing, bobsleighing, Nordic and alpine skiing combination.
Ski Resort Extreme
Strategy 31 October 2004
Continuation of the Ski Resort Tycoon series by Cat Daddy Games, a company which became famous on the computer games market thanks to its strategies. Once again, we are given the opportunity to build and run a winter sports centre.
Sports 25 January 2006
Simulation of the Winter Olympic Games in Turin (10-26 February 2006). It allows you to play the role of sportsmen and women practicing some of the most exciting winter sports. Torino 2006 was established thanks to the sports branch of 2K Games.