0667: "SkiFree"

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby clamps » Wed Nov 25, 2009 3:52 pm UTC

Lonewolf I wrote:At last! I'm not crazy! Someone else who's heard of that gamepack that came with Windows back in the nineties!

Is there anybody out there, anywhere, who can point me towards a downloadable version of the entire set of games? I have so many memories locked up in those files.


I remember getting the Microsoft Entertainment Packs 1,2, & 3, I do believe I got them when I went from dos to Win. 3.1 on my first machine. But that's been awhile ago.
And I also do believe that I still have them around here somewhere on ever increasingly useless 3.5 floppies.


I started out at work using a computer that had the operating system on a 8" floppy, lets see how many here remember them.

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Random832 » Wed Nov 25, 2009 3:53 pm UTC

I looked at this some more...

F increases the number of pixels you move per frame. (It also does the same for the walking trees at least, but has no effect on the ski lift.)

The snowboarders appear to move the same pixels relative to you regardless of whether it is enabled or not. So their 'pixels moved' seems to be a fixed offset from your 'straight down' rate.

The yetis do move faster, but it's not clear what the exact effect is. It is also possible to escape the first yeti without using F at all, if you happen to approach from the correct angle (there is a second one that comes up at you immediately after it), so it's possible that such a lucky escape has contributed to anecdotal data on "I escaped by using the F key".

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby frogman » Wed Nov 25, 2009 3:54 pm UTC

Wow... I haven't played this game in such a long time.

I used to be the best player ever in the "freestyle" mode of the game. You just climb back uphill and do the jumps again, for infinite amount of possible points.

I can't remember the first game I ever played, but it's either SkiFree, Myst, or Chip's Challenge. I need to play SkiFree again methinks :)
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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby The Sticky-Note King » Wed Nov 25, 2009 3:56 pm UTC

I played this game for hours on 3.11... And I never knew.
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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Introbulus » Wed Nov 25, 2009 4:57 pm UTC

...:3 I love this webcomic.

wizzfizz wrote:xkcd merchandise idea: an "F" keyboard key on a neck chain, with a picture of the Yeti on the back.

46,853rd'd.

SummerGlauFan wrote:Hello, blast from the past.

This may have been the first game I played on a computer. It's a toss up between skifree and Oregon Trail.

Tough to decide which is better...my childhood is defined by those very games...

Along with...

Civilization
Minesweeper
The Lost Island of Dr. Brain
The Zoombeanies
Everything on the NES
Commander Keen

And the list goes on and on and on...
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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Fritzed » Wed Nov 25, 2009 5:23 pm UTC

MotorToad wrote:The first game I can remember playing on PC was Snakes that came in QBASIC, also with a game about a gorilla tossing a banana. Had Zork on a VIC-20, erm it probably would have been a C-64 by then. I still haven't fucking finished it.


Oh man, I played GORILLAS.BAS so much back in the days of Dosshell. I never knew anyone one else who knew what it was.

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Bajakens » Wed Nov 25, 2009 5:35 pm UTC

"F" key?

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Ski Free.... my childhood.... so many wasted hours...

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Random832 » Wed Nov 25, 2009 5:40 pm UTC

Fritzed wrote:
MotorToad wrote:The first game I can remember playing on PC was Snakes that came in QBASIC, also with a game about a gorilla tossing a banana. Had Zork on a VIC-20, erm it probably would have been a C-64 by then. I still haven't fucking finished it.


Oh man, I played GORILLAS.BAS so much back in the days of Dosshell. I never knew anyone one else who knew what it was.


Isn't that basically a reflavored version of Artillery?

I remember once trying to modify NIBBLES.BAS to get twice the vertical resolution using the ▀ ▄ characters, but ended up screwing up my only copy. But my memory is apparently faulty because that was a built-in feature... so I must have just screwed it up randomly poking around.

EDIT: wait, NOW i remember what I did - I tried to modify it to support true 80x50 resolution (for an effective grid of 80x100).

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Fritzed » Wed Nov 25, 2009 5:50 pm UTC

Random832 wrote:
Fritzed wrote:Oh man, I played GORILLAS.BAS so much back in the days of Dosshell. I never knew anyone one else who knew what it was.


Isn't that basically a reflavored version of Artillery?

I remember once trying to modify NIBBLES.BAS to get twice the vertical resolution using the ▀ ▄ characters, but ended up screwing up my only copy. But my memory is apparently faulty because that was a built-in feature... so I must have just screwed it up randomly poking around.

EDIT: wait, NOW i remember what I did - I tried to modify it to support true 80x50 resolution (for an effective grid of 80x100).


Reflavored?!?!

They put huge gorillas on top of skyscrapers and had them throw giant spinning spinning explosive bananas at each other. It was not only pure genius, but it is clearly an idea that now needs to be replicated in reality. I am going to immediately start writing letters to Japanese game shows with the suggestion.

I did always wonder though, when I dug a path completely through a building, why didn't the parts of the building above that collapse?

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby solobutterfly » Wed Nov 25, 2009 6:16 pm UTC

@jamaila that's beautiful!

Also, for those wishing to relive their childhood, I found the entire Best of pack here near the bottom of the page: http://www.rhogue.com/tripeaks/tripeaks.htm

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Phoenix Superior » Wed Nov 25, 2009 6:19 pm UTC

In that case, does it mean death is not inevitable?
Anyone know where the f-key of life is?

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby super_aardvark » Wed Nov 25, 2009 7:15 pm UTC

I don't think it ever occurred to me to try to outrun the thing. I thought it was just an entertaining way of saying "time's up!"

On the subject of pre-windows games... has anyone here heard of Willy the Worm? It was a side-view puzzler where you move Willy around the room, bouncing on springs while avoiding running over tacks, in order to collect all the presents. It was a sad, sad day for me when the 5.25" disk it was on got corrupted....

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Steve the Pocket » Wed Nov 25, 2009 7:20 pm UTC

Fritzed wrote:I did always wonder though, when I dug a path completely through a building, why didn't the parts of the building above that collapse?

Marty, you're not thinking third-dimentionally! The bananas didn't actually sever the entire structure; they just bored a tunnel through it!

Also I only vaguely remember SkiFree from my old Win3.1 computer. We got it secondhand and it already had the Entertainment Pack on it. I didn't get any kind of addicted to it though. Not like I did with Rodent's Revenge and Tut's Tomb. I always wondered what happened to all those, and why they never rereleased them for Microsoft Plus! or preinstalled with Windows. Some of them would be right at home with the games they have now.
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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby umop ap!sdn » Wed Nov 25, 2009 7:24 pm UTC

Brooklynxman wrote:And the scariest part of the 8 bit monster was it danced after it ate you

That dance... I recall that dance all too well. *shudder* Stop talking about the Yeti already, it's only fuel for nightmares! Quick, someone talk about raptors or something less traumatizing!

Yes, put me on the list of not knowing the 'F' for Fast "trick". Damn, seems like it would have been obvious.
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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby MeDeFe » Wed Nov 25, 2009 8:33 pm UTC

"Profound, nostalgic and funny", in the words of Solka, pretty much describes this comic strip. I used to spend hours playing Skifree, starting to go at an angle after the goallines, or going all the way to the left or to the right, even up, all in the hope of avoiding the yeti, but to no avail. It was always there, waiting. Sometimes I'd stop just short of it and watch it jump for a while before either making a desperate attempt at escaping it or just exiting the game, knowing that we'd meet again.

I didn't know about the f key before now. All those deaths. All for nothing?


ps. Gorillas and Nibbles were awesome, too... that old 386 is still lying around and I think it's even functional.

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby tKircher » Wed Nov 25, 2009 9:08 pm UTC

I finally got it from the officialest site, after having an infinite retry program run all night.

For anyone who wants it nowzors, i made a torrent.
http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/5180024

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby DesSidDes » Wed Nov 25, 2009 9:14 pm UTC

This can't be true... So many deaths... All for nothing... They could have all been saved ><

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby aterimperator » Wed Nov 25, 2009 10:00 pm UTC

Some interesting stuff about skifree (that's probably already been posted before I got here... but whatever, I'm sure someone else missed that post and just might enjoy this): http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/archives/000471.html

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby brakos82 » Wed Nov 25, 2009 10:40 pm UTC

I blame this comic for my lack of productivity for the next few days... damn yeti. :evil:
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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Felstaff » Wed Nov 25, 2009 10:59 pm UTC

If you hold shift and Q in Jezzball, the balls freeze. You can time the lines you draw to cover 99% of the arena.

Alt+F2 turns all enemies into chips in Chip's Challenge.

You cannot score higher than 33,333 on Tetris. It turns the number negative after this value.

You can shoot the birds with your cannon ball in Bang! Bang!

Holding down F3 makes the green goo go backwards in Pipe Dream

Keeping one cat trapped, but never closing it to a 1x1 space, can make your mouse trap cats ad infinitum on Rodent's Revenge

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Ichapp » Wed Nov 25, 2009 11:13 pm UTC

I've known about the 'F' key for a few years, but not back when I played SkiFree as a child.

I'll add my yes'd to the 'F' pendant in the store. I thought of making one as I read the comic.

Felstaff, I hate you a little bit for this whack of spoilers. I want to cry now; it must be what all you former 'F' key ignorants are going through.
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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Random832 » Wed Nov 25, 2009 11:14 pm UTC

Felstaff wrote:You cannot score higher than 33,333 on Tetris. It turns the number negative after this value.


Are you sure it's not 32,767?

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Felstaff » Wed Nov 25, 2009 11:24 pm UTC

I knew it was around the 215 − 1 ballpark, but me and numbers don't really go well together, not after she caught me integrating over dx.
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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby abstractpotato » Wed Nov 25, 2009 11:46 pm UTC

Wow, I never knew that. But I found that you can get past him anyway if you just go far enough diagonally.

Oh, and the philosophical implications made for a great comic =)

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby rascher » Thu Nov 26, 2009 1:40 am UTC

According to the Officialest SkiFree website, he would like to open source SkiFree, but its owned by MS.

As xkcders, could we get MS to release the source?

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby hazy » Thu Nov 26, 2009 1:44 am UTC

luminosity wrote:I remember playing this back in primary school -- grade 3 or 4? None of us could ever outlast the monster though, even using the f key. Sooner or later you crashed into a tree, and there he'd be, ready to swoop. Once I thought I was really clever and tried to outwit him by working my way slowly back up the mountain.

I should have known he'd be there. Waiting.


hahahaha i totally get you!!!
I did that too..
only I was. erm. like 5 years old hahaha

the F pendant! I'd buy it too

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby westrim » Thu Nov 26, 2009 1:51 am UTC

Phoenix Superior wrote:In that case, does it mean death is not inevitable?
Anyone know where the f-key of life is?


It's in whichever reproductive organs you happen to possess. The only way to pass on the information your life embodies is to have kids (or make a sufficient impression on someone else's kids), then make sure they last long enough to pass on their information.

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Phoenix Superior » Thu Nov 26, 2009 2:06 am UTC

I was talking on the individual plane, not the plane of species or society for that matter. :wink:

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Midna » Thu Nov 26, 2009 2:19 am UTC

I started jumping up and down when I saw the first panel. I played this and Chip's Challenge OBSESSIVELY when I was a kid.

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby hazy » Thu Nov 26, 2009 2:59 am UTC

has anyone else read the fanfics? They're pretty much about yeti-skiers sex that may or may not involve ripping up the human for sexual pleasure. =l

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby TimeSpaceMage » Thu Nov 26, 2009 4:18 am UTC

solobutterfly wrote:Also, for those wishing to relive their childhood, I found the entire Best of pack here near the bottom of the page: http://www.rhogue.com/tripeaks/tripeaks.htm

You are my hero. You know that, right?
Now I finally have some real games again... maybe this time I'll manage to figure out the Totally Unfair level in Chip's Challenge.

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby shadowslayer » Thu Nov 26, 2009 4:22 am UTC

When I always saw, that... thing... I was always scared, after playing now, I still am.
And I still enjoy setting those trees on fire by jumping on them, that and running over the dogs.
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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby HighSpeedFallingObjects » Thu Nov 26, 2009 4:23 am UTC

Holy shit . . . holy shit. I friggen remember this game! HOLY SHIT! The last time I saw this was when I was, like, what -- 6, 7, 8 years old, tops! I've been thinking about this lately, wondering if I'd ever see it again, trying to remember the name for it . . . I didn't even know it had some apparent fame! This has got to be the most epic "Randal get out of my head" moment ever! HOLY SHIT! xD

I never ever thought I'd see this game again ever ever never never ever ever again! And then here it is, on this friggen web comic that I stumbled upon by chance a few months ago, popping up in my web browser and blowing up my nostalgia!

I'M SO DOWNLOADING THIS RIGHT NOW. RANDAL YOU ARE THE SHIT!!! THANK YOUUUUUUU!

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby philsov » Thu Nov 26, 2009 5:05 am UTC

huh. And here I thought the Yeti was designed to kill you at -1000 meters because of some programming thing. So, yeah, I just had a 4th panel moment. :cry:
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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby Splarka » Thu Nov 26, 2009 5:09 am UTC

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby nausea » Thu Nov 26, 2009 5:53 am UTC

I had pretty much this exact thought four years ago, I even wrote up a little faux-philosophical essay entitled "Existential Themes in Modern Skiing Simulations". No lying.

Does anyone know if there's any truth to the existence of Blue Blik? If you evade the yetis for 2000 meters you arrive back at the top of the hill. Supposedly if you do this three times, possibly completing each of the three courses, you are then chased by a new "blue" yeti. I've never managed to make it to more than one repetition of the course though...

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby macho » Thu Nov 26, 2009 8:57 am UTC

I had no idea so many people had similar childhood gaming experiences as me. Chip's Challenge and SkiFree. I recently finished CC and was very pleased about myself :) I can't remember if I finished all the levels all those years ago or not.

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby TheHand » Thu Nov 26, 2009 9:55 am UTC

Yeah... it took me a long time to figure that out too.

So simple... but for a 5 year old... so hard.

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby ThemePark » Thu Nov 26, 2009 12:09 pm UTC

MotorToad wrote:
jtibble wrote:No, that can't be true!!!

So many deaths.. ... ...


if only I had known.
So. Many. Innocent. Skiers. This really fucking upsets me. HTgdF did I get to this age and not know this?


The first game I can remember playing on PC was Snakes that came in QBASIC, also with a game about a gorilla tossing a banana. Had Zork on a VIC-20, erm it probably would have been a C-64 by then. I still haven't fucking finished it.

NIBBLES.BAS and GORILLAS.BAS. Ah, the memories. :D Good times, good times.

Those games and SkiFree just heightens my desire to make an arcade machine with all the best games from the 90's.

And yes, chalk me up as another one who never ever knew about the 'F' key. Yeti, for more than 20 years you have conquered me...it is time for vengeance!
Max2009 wrote:And I was like "What better game? This is EPIC. Todays games that come bundled with OSs really suck. My all time favorite game in the world might possibly be Ski Free."

QFT. Seriously QFT.

mattflaschen wrote:Looking forward to the XKCD effect dying down so I can download SkiFree for Wine. Anyone want to band together to help pay for the copyright lawyer he requested? GNUSki sounds cool, but it's not the SkiFree.

Yes. Seriously. I would love to help him get that lawyer by chipping in with some money.

jamaila wrote:Okay, so I happen to have a baggie full of the keys from a dismantled keyboard, and a small jewelry business. Here you are, then:

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PS: Yes, I could make more, in varying styles, except I haven't got any more F keys. Remedy that problem and I'm your F pendant girl.

Jamaila, that is awesome. I would definitely buy that from you, if you were to begin producing them. I really hope someone in here have a lot of F keys lying around.

Introbulus wrote:Tough to decide which is better...my childhood is defined by those very games...
Commander Keen

And the list goes on and on and on...

Again QFT.

Fritzed wrote:Reflavored?!?!

They put huge gorillas on top of skyscrapers and had them throw giant spinning spinning explosive bananas at each other. It was not only pure genius, but it is clearly an idea that now needs to be replicated in reality. I am going to immediately start writing letters to Japanese game shows with the suggestion.

I did always wonder though, when I dug a path completely through a building, why didn't the parts of the building above that collapse?

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Re: "SkiFree" Discussion

Postby jamaila » Thu Nov 26, 2009 2:38 pm UTC

ThemePark - Thanks! If there's a secret hidden cache of F keys sitting around somewhere, I'll totally go into production. ;)


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