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Downhill Slalom

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Downhill Slalom
Basic Information
Video Game
Tuna Technologies
Phoenix Games
Skiing, Indie
Microsoft Windows
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Downhill Slalom is a 3D downhill skiing game for the PC developed by independent games development company Tuna Technologies.

The game features single and multiplayer modes, and features three main modes of play. A slalom race, a coin collecting mode, and a straight downhill race against the clock or up to 5 computer-controlled opponents.

Initially two characters are available at the start of the game, and one track, but additional characters and tracks can be unlocked depending on performance in the game ultimately resulting in five characters and three tracks becoming available.

The game was released through cut-price publisher Phoenix Games in Holland and subsequently released in the UK through the Grab It label.

The game is virtually identical to Tuna Technologies other winter sports game released through Phoenix Games, Snow Rider with just alterations to graphics, sound, and course layout.

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