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Snowmobile Race GameSometimes the Internet giveth and sometimes the Internet taketh away. In the case of the free browser-based game Snowmobile Race, it most certainly tooketh away…my time.

It’s been a while since I’ve had a good snowmobile fix so I decided to snoop around for some off-season fun on my trusty laptop. Before long I stumbled across a link for a snowmobile game and I quickly clicked.

I’d liken the game to a plain baked potato…it will fill you up, but you’re not really getting anything out of it. I completed the 10 levels in about 10 minutes, so it certainly kept me occupied, but it was just too easy to be considered time well spent. You use the four arrow keys as your controls, but you really just need the up arrow to get the job done. I probably could have finished it in half the time, but I kept trying to find a way to do a back flip. Of course, I was unsuccessful.

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We like free stuff, and we’re going to assume most of you feel the same. We recently found a free on-line snowmobile game and thought you’d like to know about it.

Snowmobile Stunt is a pretty straightforward on-line game. You use your arrow keys to control a snowmobile through bumpy course. There are treats to collect (for points) or to avoid (damage), but for the most part you just want to make it through each level with out flipping your sled over.

If you’re unlucky enough to go head over heels, your snowmobile will burst into flames and disappear in a scene that doesn’t seem to follow modern scientific laws.

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Just in time for Winter X Games 14, ESPN and 2XL bring you X Games SnoCross.

Billed as “the ultimate snowmobile racing and freestyle experience for your iPhone and iPod touch,” X Games SnoCross aims to bring you as close to the action as possible.

Let loose with your inner Tucker Hibbert or Levi LaVallee on one of six snocross race tracks and two freestyle tracks. You can ride and compete on courses based on the Winter X Games 14 snocross and freestyle competitions.

We haven’t had a chance to play it yet, but the trailer (available after the jump) looks damned impressive. Up to five users can race against each other via Wi-Fi using the eight preset control schemes, including Responsive Tilt Steering.