I'm not sure if anybody has posted this, but here's a game I hadn't seen before:
Basically you draw figure to execute skating moves. Figure skating with actual figures? Shock!
It's actually pretty fun, and a lot better than the only other figure skating game I've seen online. There's actually a hint or two of an element of strategy in planning your jumps, because executing a tough jump with a long preparation might cause you to miss the next element if you're too slow.
Other funny things I noticed:
- Falling on a jump is worth more points than having a "fair" execution.
- Spins are more about speed and quantity than quality of the rotations.
- A waxel/death drop "butterfly jump" is considered the second hardest jump in figure skating.
- Base values/GOE for jumps is hilarious. You can have a "fair/good" triple axel and end up scoring less than a "perfect" toe loop.