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According to the creators, the only game is a free simulator of an extreme sport, descending on a snowboard and skis.

However, it is not completely clear in what sense this game is the only one - the only one in the genre of simulators of extreme winter sports or the only free in this genre.

The game allows you to famously go through various trails for descending on snowboarding and skiing, without leaving the seat in front of the computer.

The player has everything that a real snowboarder usually has - the slopes of the mountains, the full abundance of equipment, the beautiful (or not) weather and any amount of snow.

Unlike the real world, in the game world you can design slopes at your own discretion.

In the game there are unexpected finds, various types of competitions, including for groups of players. You can pass the tracks in different styles too.

Open world

The game world is open. This is not an analogue of the existing slope, but a huge alpine mountain created specifically for the game, Sialia. It has four slopes that you can explore, discovering towns, valleys, old ruins and much more.

Snow

The "behavior" of snow in the game reproduces all of its real physical characteristics on real mountain slopes. Just like in the game, the snow reacts in reality to skiing or snowboarding.
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System requirements for Linux

Minimum:
  • OS: SteamOS
  • Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2GHz or AMD Dual-Core 2GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 400 series or AMD Radeon HD 6000 series
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: The system requirements are provided as a baseline for development, but are not guaranteed due to the game currently being in development. Requirements may be changed as the game progresses. Note: Integrated graphics cards are not supported.

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows Vista SP1, Windows 7, Windows 8
  • Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2GHz or AMD Dual-Core 2GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 400 series or AMD Radeon HD 6000 series
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: The system requirements are provided as a baseline for development, but are not guaranteed due to the game currently being in development. Requirements may be changed as the game progresses. Note: Integrated graphics cards are not supported.
Recommended:
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
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    SNOW reviews and comments

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    Microsoft from Deutsch
    Early Access Review Equal To the Beginning: This Game is Alpha to the max and I can't understand why you made it available in this State in the first place. "Alone" offers the slopestyle park from Sochi and "Together" is actually a common lonely one on an Open World Map, as there is no multiplayer mode that should be here yet. The only small Change is the GIEF HAX Mode, which can be unlocked by a Shortcut (Low Gravity, Flying and such Sculls). However, this happened to me by chance rather than intentional. At The moment, almost all Options are greyed out in both the Play menu and The settings and therefore the Possibilities are still very low. I find the Idea and Graphics positive (although I am not a graphic dulli and a worse one would not bother me much). Gameplay is also quite acceptable, although for lack of proper Tutorial und/or Explanations you have to get to the Controls yourself. At First this is a bit difficult, but at some point you have the Hang of it. Let's Get to the Downsides: The Game in its current Form is bugsed until the next. In the Menu, Points can often not be clicked at all or then do not react. You constantly move from the Map to nowhere and then find no Way to reset or Reset and Are forced to restart the Game. Often it also looks like the Character is just driving on the Binding. In addition, it is also hellishly unrealistic to reach Downhill Only 25km/h speed. Conclusion: I vary between yes and no, but now I decide for the former, because I like the Implementation of the Sohi slopestyle so much and the Rest can be reasonably excused with the alpha status. BUT: Don't spend money on the Game, because it's not worth it at the moment, but rather waits until it becomes officially available. Unless you're hardcore fans, don't do any Compulsion to acquire the Game anyway. In any case, I wouldn't buy it again.
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    Early Access Review One of the Early Access titles I would advise against-as long as it doesn't get a Full-release. I really Felt like a Sports Game and since I still remembered Steep I was promoted TO find SNOW-and then also as AN F2P. So I gave it a go. To make one thing clear: I didn't expect to find an F2P Steep in it now. But at least a little more. You choose skis or Snowboard-I chose the second one. The Tutorial explained the three Grubuttons. But then Stopped. You get a Track put in front of your Nose where you can test different Maneuvers. Making Mistakes doesn't matter, you shouldn't fall down, because then you start over. The Ramps were still unambiguous-but like Slide I go down a Pole? The Game didn't want to give it away to me. It remained quiet throughout The Tutorial. It was too colourful for me at some point-so I'm on the Tracks. Especially since Wa rich are surprised. Is d ant "open world"? From this I have found ga rnix, to come Outside the Routes is not currently possible and I could not find an Exploration Mode. If you Enter a Route, you can choose where to start-very nice. But then the Game stays quiet again and tells you nothing more. No Values are displayed-no Time, no speed, no Spring-height, no Counter for Spins. So I arrive at the End of the Track-with no Scoring and standing down there and standing and standing and standing and standing. I have to go back to the Menu to restart. Irgednwie I then made it to a Track with multiple Players. They chatted how many Hours they had already had. There was a Chat? First of all, all The buttons pressed to find the Chat-the Game is silent about it. Before the Story gets any longer my Conclusion: I would still leave my Fingers off. It Is often worth looking again in half or all of the Year. But at the moment I wouldn't recommend it if you don't just want to go up and down every Route without Values or Clue.
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