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Krashlander - Ski, Jump, Crash!
Krashlander - Ski, Jump, Crash!
Farseer Games LLC
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Krashlander - Ski, Jump, Crash!
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Developer: Farseer Games LLC
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Krashlander is a physics powered game that will have you blasting down large mountain slopes and soaring over gaping crevices to attack the evil robots that destroyed your world.


The controls for Krashlander are unique and require some practice to perfect. While in my mind they are definitely worth taking the time to learn, they are not for everyone.
If learning a new control mechanic is not something that interests you this game may not be a good fit.
That said, the learning can be part of the fun. The crashes can be epic and fun to watch and if you approach the game with the right mind-set I don't think you will be disappointed.

-Jeff Weber (Developer of Krashlander)


- Slide your thumb (Don't Tap) to control Krashlander's posture.

- For small jumps, slide your thumb down to crouch then quickly slide thumb up to jump.

- For large jumps, slide your thumb down to crouch then LIFT YOUR THUMB OFF THE SCREEN and tap the top of the control surface.

- Landing on your skis. This is the most difficult skill to learn. While in the air, slide your thumb left to rotate counter clockwise, slide your thumb right to rotate clockwise. The rotation forces are very slight so you will need to get a feel for this. It takes practice.

- When you go over a mountain, you don't always need to jump. Often your inertial will carry you over and you just need to worry about landing on your skis.


Cool game - Challenging! ★★★★★
"This game utilizes the most unique control scheme I've ever seen. It's also the most skillful and precise I have played on the iPad. This game is challenging but if you give it a chance it is very rewarding. At first it seems hard to control but becomes easier with time. Once you master it there's nothing quite like it." by S.Grits

Innovative controls  ★★★★★
"Great app, takes a solid amount of time to perfect but is a lot of fun when you do." by Jonathan Opara

Great game! ★★★★★
"Original, fun, challenging, addicting and beautiful. Great game!" by poehneltj


-A fluid and precise physics-based control mechanic borrowed from an awesome, old abandoned game called Ski Stunt Simulator.

-A crazy amount of epic rigid-body style crashing can be expected.

-A dedicated one-man development team with a notebook full of update ideas. This first release is very much just the beginning.


Evil robots from another planet have destroyed your world.
Revenge is your mission.
Your krashsuit is your weapon.

The story behind Krashlander is short and not so sweet. You play as the last remaining human, once a member of an elite force of Krashlanders.

As a Krashlander, you wear protective a krashsuit, ski down mountains, and crash into things. The krashsuit is your weapon. It is also, with it’s ability to protect and heal, your savior.

As the last remaining Krashlander, now simply going by the name Krashlander, your only mission is to exact revenge on the robots that destroyed your world.


The learning curve for the Krashlander control system, if plotted on a graph, would very closely align with the learning curve for riding a bike. When you first learned to ride a bike, you were probably pretty wobbly and over-steered a lot. You probably also fell on your bum often. Eventually, though, it all just clicked and became second nature.

Krashlander is a lot like this. If you get to the point where it "clicks", I think you will be impressed with what you can do and the feeling you get while doing it.

Have fun and krash well!
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