Austrian broadcasting station ORF again is offering their already legendary online ski racing game Ski Challenge 08 this year. The free ski racing simulation game will be available for download today.
In the new version for this year there will be a new race track that is still not announced. Around mid-day Central European time the ski game will be released.
Greentube the game developer behind the ski racing game has again improved the quality of the software.
This ski racing game is not just for Austrians. The game has already expanded to players across the globe. Besides racing for the best time, there are also many community activities around this downhill ski racing simulation.
Like in the real ski world cup there are special days where races are held on specific downhill race tracks. The frist one is already on December 14th in Groeden. So better start to train today to be prepared for the first race of the online ski racing season.
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