People might talk about how fast the internet is these days and how you’ll miss out on something if you don’t post it the second it comes out, but iPhone apps will be around for a while so stop your moaning!Here we have a new app called Ski Dice which is being released by Jossi Wells. I’m pretty sure he didn’t create it himself and it’s just his name that’s been placed on it but he’s endorsing it so it can’t be all bad! If you don’t know what Ski Dice is then you’ve come to the right place. Everyone has played the game skate or horse whether it be on the slopes or when you’re on the football pitch (soccer for you Americans out there) or an a basketball court. You name a trick, do it, the person you’re up against tries it as well. If they fail, they get a letter and vice-versa. Loser is the first person to complete the word!All you’ve got to do is download the app, launch it, shake your phone to roll the dice, go do the trick it tells you to do, have fun. It’s as simple as that! If you aren’t all that confident in your abilities and are completely unable to stomp a 360 then fear not! It’s got a difficulty setting so you can put it to something as easy or as hard as possible.?Our first FREE update to the ?Ski Dice? app will be a full ?Ski TRICKTIONARY? with a breakdown of every grab, spin and slide. So you?ll be able to learn the difference between a japan and mute on the way up the chair, and battle your buddies coming down. It?s sick!? – Jossi WellsInterested? You should be. Download it here.More Ski Videos >>No related posts.
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