I think it was once called loading dock ice skating. It was a form of ice skating where riders in a small ice rink would skate along the side walls, and make a landing that was just over head height. The reason this was called loading dock ice skating was because there was a loading dock in the middle of the rink and two steps leading up to it.
The idea of loading dock ice skating was that someone was taking a skate and putting it on a pile of ice and then skating up the steps. The difference between loading dock and loading dock ice skating is that the ice pile would be a lot smaller.
Loading dock ice skating was originally a game known as “ice hockey loading” because the original loading dock was a loading dock. The name was changed to ice skating loading because of the similarities. The loading dock was the place where you would load your skate so you could skate up the steps to the loading dock.
Ice skating loading is a classic game in its own right (and also because we love the ice). The game seems to be a throwback to the early 90s when skateboarding was still a big deal. A lot of the game seems to be about learning to skate, and the game has a lot of fun with the physics of skating which is really well done. It feels like it has a lot of the same physics systems that made skating such a popular sport in the first place.
As far as loading cars go, the game seems to be set in the late 90s, so the game is set during a time when cars were actually driven by people. In fact, the game’s loading cars seem to be of a type specific to the era as the cars have a certain model and certain color scheme.
Loading cars in a game like this seems almost like cheating. As much as loading cars is fun, I don’t think it is worth the risk. It is likely that the cars would break (like they are in real life) and the game would crash.
The game does have some loading cars, though, in the form of the car that is actually driven by the player. It’s a fairly small car, and the loading dock is filled with the other cars in the game. It is likely that the cars would break like they are in real life, though.