An Objective Review of Daftar
If you are looking for a game that you can take with you when you go skiing, you should look no further than Daftar Sundul99. With a simple interface and intuitive controls, this ski game is a great choice for a time on the slopes. When you get tired of one level, you can always try the levels again or continue playing online to challenge yourself.
There are two versions of Daftar available in the App Store. The free version of the game includes a free ski chair with all the game’s achievements unlocked. The second option, the full version, which costs $2.99, also includes a limited edition Daftar chair with special “promo” icons for points, which unlock special perks in the game. I went for the full version, as I like the style of the game and the extra features it offers.
The icon to read a digital magazine is hidden in the game’s menu. Read the first issue to get acquainted with the way in which the game works. You have to read through many issues to learn the secret code required to unlock the full version. This code is hidden in the first issue of the magazine and is not shown to the player.
While skiing in the digital magazine, you will be asked to hit the corresponding button when the screen prompts you to do so. This is an indicator of how far you can ski in that level. Don’t forget to keep moving, though, as your speed decreases as you move from one level to the next. The points you accumulate are not distributed evenly, so the only way to improve your score is to find the right course to ski on that is difficult to reach.
You will be faced with different scenery each time you play. If you didn’t know, skiing on a downhill slope might be the most challenging level in the game. This has three levels: a dry slope, a rocky slope, and a dirt path. It’s important to make sure you carefully maneuver your chair so you don’t land on an icy patch or at a spot where you have no grip.
The avatar, which looks like an anorexic person with arms and legs missing, is a pretty distracting character. He has no voice, and the description given in the instruction manual makes no sense. But this is not a problem, as the game does a good job of making the real-time background look like snowfall. The controls are intuitive, and feel very responsive. Most of the time, you can just press the ‘Q’ button at any point during the skiing level to quit the game.
The single-player mode is short and easy, and the graphics of the game can’t compare to other top skiing games. When you finish the levels, you will be asked to select the level to repeat. The levels are pretty much the same, with a few exceptions. They have different scenery, so that if you played the digital magazine, you will see more of the Alps.
As you play Daftar, you will learn about skiing and the various challenges that you face, and you will develop a skill set that will serve you well throughout your skiing career. This game is a fun one to play, but don’t expect to become an expert skier in a short time.