Professional Ski Simulator

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Professional Ski Simulator is an isometric 3D sports simulation game released by Code Masters in 1987 for the Sinclair Spectrum, Commodore 64, and Amstrad CPC. It was later also released for the Atari ST and Amiga as Advanced Ski Simulator.

Gameplay consists of simulated downhill skiing of increasing difficulty. Players can race against each other or against a clock. The game is viewed in overhead isometric 3D perspective. The player controls a skier in a contest with another player, or the computer. The slope must be completed passing through all of the checkpoints and within a time limit.

The game screen always tracks the leading contestant, so if the player falls too far behind he will lose sight of his skier. However, a useful icon map in the corner of the screen shows the locations of both players and the checkpoints, enabling a skilled player to still complete the race.

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Amstrad CPC
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Professional Ski Simulator  - Amstrad CPC Cover Art
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"Advanced Ski Simulator" -- Amiga title

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