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A skiing game developed by [[Rare Ltd.]] in 1986. The premise of the game is to get down the ski slope as fast as you can before time runs out, all the while avoiding hazards such as moguls, snowmen, trees, sledders, ski gates, flags and drone skiers.
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'''''Slalom''''' is an [[arcade]] skiing video game developed by [[Rare]] in 1986 for the [[Nintendo VS. System]] (as '''''Vs. Slalom''''') and ported for [[NES]] the following year. It was developed by the brothers [[Chris Stamper|Chris]] and [[Tim Stamper]], also being [[David Wise]]'s first game to compose music for. ''Slalom'' was the first NES game developed outside Japan, and the first game released under the Rare brand. It was later included in the ''[[Rare Replay]]'' compilation.
  
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The premise of the game is to get down the ski slope as fast as you can before time runs out, all the while avoiding hazards such as moguls, snowmen, trees, sledders, ski gates, flags and drone skiers.
  
[https://archive.org/stream/Nintendo_Fun_Club_News_Issue_02_Summer_1987#page/n1/mode/2up Nintendo Fun Club News Issue 02 Summer 1987]
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* [https://archive.org/stream/Nintendo_Fun_Club_News_Issue_02_Summer_1987#page/n1/mode/2up Nintendo Fun Club News Issue 02 Summer 1987]
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* [[wikipedia:Slalom (video game)|''Slalom'' (video game)]] article on Wikipedia
  
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Revision as of 19:03, 30 June 2020

Slalom is an arcade skiing video game developed by Rare in 1986 for the Nintendo VS. System (as Vs. Slalom) and ported for NES the following year. It was developed by the brothers Chris and Tim Stamper, also being David Wise's first game to compose music for. Slalom was the first NES game developed outside Japan, and the first game released under the Rare brand. It was later included in the Rare Replay compilation.

Gameplay

The premise of the game is to get down the ski slope as fast as you can before time runs out, all the while avoiding hazards such as moguls, snowmen, trees, sledders, ski gates, flags and drone skiers.

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