There is a secret surfing game that you can play in your browser. You don't have to use Edge. Chrome works best. You can only get it by clicking the link below. It is way better than the one that Microsoft added, in my biased opinion. If you like it, check out the Real Game On Steam at this link. It is an open world surfing simulation, where you ride around on a jet ski to search for waves and adventure.
Search For Surf first update since the early access release. If you haven't visited Search For Surf now is a good time to visit. If you haven't played then it's on sale now until Dec 3 so hurry and buy it.
The good news Two new surf breaks added. There's a slow easy wave at the village. Good for learning. Waves like the beginner area near the Tiki Hut but longer and with some set waves.
The other break is a really long right off the lighthouse. Find the lighthouse and you'll find the waves. Hint: follow the dolphins.
Here's what you're really gonna like:
First person camera. It's challenging but really cool. Hit the F key to toggle through the different views. Pro cam is first person but it's kind of hard to control. When you get good, try it. It's really good but takes some skill to control and get right. Works on lefts and rights. I recommend going to the lighthouse and trying it on the long lighthouse right.
For Beginners: There's an easy view. Press f until the view is way outside. It zooms out and is easier to see where waves are and makes it easier to catch waves.
The other thing you're really gonna like....Press P. What's that? The jet ski is on my head. That's right, a jet ski free retrieval button. Go anywhere and your jet ski is there at the press of a button.
Paddling is faster. Paddling has been improved and it's now faster. Paddling is faster.
Catching a wave is easier. You still have to line up to catch a wave, but now hold down space bar and you will pop up to standing as soon as you get up to speed. No more guessing. Believe me, it's easier. Did I mention tapping up arrow makes you paddle faster?
Here's a video of a new feature - first person camera. A camera from the point of view of the surfer. It's not first person exactly, that would mean you are seeing what the surfer sees. It's semi first person. You see from the surfer point of view but not exactly. It's easier to play this way. If it were true first person point of view, it would be very difficult to surf, and you would lose control too easily. You can control the view to move it until it looks good, and then you can leave it there and it will stay. This works no matter which direction you go on the wave, left or right. It also stays behind you when you cut back, so there is no need to control it while surfing. Just set it and surf.
Been working on making a longer wave. As you can see, he catches a wave 3 times during this video without paddling back to the start. This is the result so far, but it has potential to have sections and more variation down the line, with slower, and faster sections, and set waves that break all the way through.
Preparing the first update since the early access launch. Here's a video showing the ProCam. There will be 3 choices of camera views. Far away easy, so you can play easily and have more fun, the regular view that is currently in the game, and this view...Pro Cam. Pro cam looks the coolest in my opinion and makes play more realistic. You can really see the wave and where and how hard you want to hit the lip. However, it's harder to control. You have to set the camera in position to how you like it, for either a left or right, but once it's set it will stay and it's really cool looking. Other updates are; two new breaks. One long wave, almost twice as long as the longest other breaks. A break at the village. Dolphins were added. You can follow them to the new break. And there's a shark. I took him out of the tree but you still will have to find him. New upgrade will be available in less than two weeks, and that's as vague as I can be about it.