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Mad Snowboarding

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Mad Snowboarding - a crazy open world snowboard game. Reach the finish and make as many tricks as possible on your way down the mountain. Mad Snowboarding has a built-in level editor, which allows you to create own levels and share them with the community. This way there are always new levels to explore. Fight for daily worldwide highscores or challenge up to four of your friends to play simultaneously either with or against you in the split screen mode!
  • open world
  • various tricks
  • built-in level editor
  • 4 player split-screen
  • highscores, replays & ghosts
  • 5 characters

Mad Snowboarding's community is strong and has created more than 500 levels with the built-in level editor.

No headset can give that good feeling of playing together with your friends in the same room! It is time to revive the split-screen snowboarding :)
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Denis Lapiner
Denis Lapiner
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for Linux

  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Processor
  • Memory: 500 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with OpenGL 2.1
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
  • Sound Card: OpenAL Compatible Sound Card

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Processor
  • Memory: 500 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
  • Sound Card: directx compatible
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Deutsch
A funny Game it seems almost too easy at first Glance, but if you start to close the High Scores, then it gets quite hard (even with the 24h High Scores)! For an indie Game in my Opinion definitely recommended! Pro: + interesting Characters (E.g. a Monkey on a giant Banana or a Werewolf On a few Wooden blocks) + Community Levels (there are only 6 built-in levels, you are then referred directly to the countless Community Levels of other players) + Replays of other Players (you can watch How the incredible High Scores came about) + Level Editor Contra:-the Graphics are not particularly good (especially at the Community Levels looks meagre)-the Game is very simple
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Microsoft from French
A (bad) game for Tablet an ultra basic and empty snowboard game thought for Tablet and offered in a PC version simply shameful. In the State the game looks much more like a demo than a full title with its 6 tracks "official" which ends in classic mode and Chrono in not 20 minutes. And then you say? Well it's simple the developer expects you to use his level editor (ultra basic and limited) to make you even the sequel of the game, because Yes the dev ' offers only 6 official levels and then leave to the players all the work! But the worst thing is that here is what I call "the Mario maker effect" IE that Yes anyone can make his own level and it's cool... but that is the whole problem. Level designer is a profession and I think the developer realized it at his expense when we see the quality of the six poor level that he to tinker in the fast, which makes that in the end we have a plethora of tracks made by other users they are all bad, bad, boring, sometimes even totally missed and unplayable. So in the end after paying €9 you have the right to what? From the wind, the game simply has no content and it's just aberrant. Moreover the title is not at all optimized for the support because if the game works (perhaps) well on Tablet PC version suffers from many problems the main being the interface not at all ergonomic and the loading times far too long and many. We spend almost as much time loading a level as to finish it... and it's not completely empty tracks, the "figures" that boils down to rotate on the left or on the right in the air or collisions bugs that suits things. So in the end do not buy this game especially, the ratings on the page of the steam store are all fake! They are either written by the dev himself with his many accounts or so he distributed CD-keys against positive reviews... don't fall into the trap! https://youtu.be/AaE32CoNnik
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