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Microsoft Edge Browser Game Embraces Winter


If you heading to to play the in-built browser game, it is no longer a case of surf's up. Instead, you will be hitting the slopes. Yes, has made a tweak and for the holiday season is offering a skiing retro game where the surf game once was.

Microsoft has been offering the “Surf Game” to all Edge users since early 2020, after previously previewing it. It is an 8-bit retro title that plays directly within the company's Chromium-based web browser.

To celebrate the Holiday Season 2021, Microsoft is updating the game. You will be swapping the tropical backdrop and blue waves for a snowy slope and slalom skiing. Can you complete the course by avoiding obstacles like trees, rocks, buildings, and flags? You'll even run into a yeti on your travels.


“Get your winter clothes on and hit the slopes with a limited-time skiing theme for the surf game in Microsoft Edge 96!” Microsoft says in a tweet on the official Edge Dev account. “Can you avoid the yeti while taking a trip down memory lane?”

While the game is different, you can still access it in the same way. So, head to Microsoft Edge and navigate to edge://surf/ to get started.

Easter Egg Game

In 2019, Microsoft embedded an Microsoft Edge Easter egg into its Chromium Edge preview. That game was an 8-bit-style surfing game that was used to promote the new Microsoft Edge logo. To start 2020, Microsoft brought the game to the Canary preview channel. Now, the game is available on the full Edge release.

Tip of the day: Worried about your privacy in Windows or want to keep different PCs linked to your Microsoft account strictly separate? We show you how to adjust your Windows 10 sync settings , including the clipboard, activity history/timeline, and themes.

Last Updated on February 17, 2022 10:32 am CET

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.