You can now surf in Microsoft's Edge browser

You can now surf in Microsoft’s Edge browser

With all that said, would you be interested in playing the Surf Game on the Microsoft Edge browser? Called Surf, the game was already in testing for Insiders and appears on the browser 's offline page, but can also be accessed with a command at any time.

Inspired by the classic Windows game SkiFree, the surf game challenges players to ride through the water while avoiding islands, fellow surfers, and other obstacles. There are three modes available: a classic surf mode, a time trial, and a slalom mode where you surf between gates. And then, there's a reduced speed mode that slows downs the overall speed, so it's more like an easy hard setting that you can activate from settings. Time trial is self-explanatory, but Microsoft has added in coins to collect so you can shorten the time and find speedy routes. This is decidedly more sophisticated than jumping a dinosaur over cactus plants in Chrome - you can take it surprisingly seriously for a game that's supposed to tide you over for a few minutes.

Play with keyboard, mouse, touch, or gamepad: Play your way with support for keyboard, mouse, touch, and gamepads, including Xbox, PlayStation, Switch Pro, and the Xbox Adaptive Controller.

You can now surf in Microsoft’s Edge browser

The game has been available on the Dev channel of Microsoft Edge for quite a while and Microsoft has been working to add new gameplay features and improvements to make it more enjoyable. Instructions for how to play, including the controls for each input method, can be found in the game's settings menu. The game even works without an Internet connection, so you can really improve your skill in all circumstances. You have to also save yourself from the Kraken chasing you in the game.

Discussing the difficulty levels of this game, the high visibility will help in this aspect.



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