Google's Project Fi presents a browser game and a free gift to subscribers

Google's Project Fi presents a browser game and a free gift to subscribers
Google's hybrid MVNO is called Project Fi, and subscribers can use their phones by connecting to a large number of Wi-Fi hot spots. When they are no longer in reach of a Wi-Fi signal, subscribers turn to cellular networks belonging to Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and overseas operator Three. To celebrate the holidays, Project Fi has launched a game that can be played on a mobile or desktop browser. With the game, you are skiing down a slope trying to avoid trees, logs and the occasional Abominable Snowman. It is somewhat similar to the Penguin Swim game on the Google Santa Tracker app.

You don't have to be a Project Fi subscriber to enjoy the game (simply direct your mobile or desktop browser to to play). Remember to tap your finger in front of the skier to change direction (or use mouse taps on your desktop device). And keep in mind, your character is moving downhill, not uphill.

While playing the game, Project Fi subscribers can sign in to receive a promo code for free in-flight Wi-Fi from Gogo to be employed on one flight only. The code must be used by March 31st, 2018.

source: @projectfi via AndroidCentral



1. Gaming09

Posts: 1; Member since: Dec 12, 2017

You must be too young but that game is a copy of ski free from windows 3.11

2. TBomb

Posts: 1697; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

Ski Free was awesome! The whole Windows Entertainment Package was.... Jezzball, Chip's Challenge, Minesweeper, that mouse and cheese game. *Nostalgic Sigh*

3. Valdomero

Posts: 706; Member since: Nov 13, 2012

I shat myself everytime I saw the snowmonster running to eat the ski dude!

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