Snowboard Kids - Trivia


  • In 1999, a sequel was released. It was released as Super Snobow Kids in Japan, and Snowboard Kids 2 in North America.
  • Similar to another 5th generation video game Astal, the only dub artist in this game is Lani Minella (better known as Rouge the Bat and Omochao in the Sonic The Hedgehog series from 2001ā€“2004 and Nancy Drew from the Nancy Drew Computer Games). She voiced Slash, Nancy, Jam, Linda, Mr. Dog, and the announcer. The rest (Tommy and Shinobin) kept their original Japanese voices overseas.
  • On January 21, 1999 an enhanced port called "SnoBow Kids Plus" was released in Japan only for the Sony PlayStation.

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