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Snowboard Kids

Snowboard Kids, originally released in Japan as Snobow Kids (スノボキッズ?), is a snowboarding video game for the Nintendo 64. It was developed by Racdym and published by Atlus. The game features 10-year-old children (excluding Linda, who is 11) who snowboard down various courses, not necessarily involving snow. Many reviewers compared its style to that of the Mario Kart series. Snowboard Kids supports the Rumble Pak.

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Snowboard Kids - Trivia
... It was released as Super Snobow Kids in Japan, and Snowboard Kids 2 in North America ... On January 21, 1999 an enhanced port called "SnoBow Kids Plus" was released in Japan only for the Sony PlayStation ...
SBK: Snowboard Kids - Characters - Brad Maltinie
... and his sibling is Linda, but he didn't pay to learn how to snowboard - he practiced on the mountains in his backyard ... His sibling has appeared in three games (Snowboard Kids 1, Snowboard Kids 2 and Snowboard Kids Plus) ...
Snowboarding Video Games - List of Snowboarding Games
... JP) Cool Boarders 2 PlayStation, PSN 10/31/1997, 2008 Steep Slope Sliders Sega Saturn 11/30/1997 Snowboard Kids Nintendo 64 12/27/1997 1080 ... Mad Trix PS2, GBA 12/26/2001 ESPN Winter X Games Snowboarding 2002 Xbox, PS2, GBA 3/4/2002 Snowboard Park Tycoon PC 9/24/2002 TransWorld Snowboarding Xbox 10/29. 10/11/2005 Amped 3 Xbox 360 11/16/2005 SBK Snowboard Kids NDS 11/22/2005 Stoked Rider Alaska Alien PC 12/14/2006 SSX Blur Wii 2/27/2007 Drop Point Alaska Mac 2/1/2008 Shaun White ...
Snowboard Kids Plus
... Snowboard Kids Plus" (スノボキッズプラス, sunobo kizzu purasu スノボ is a shortening of スノボード?), is a snowboarding video game, the ...
List Of Nintendo 64 Games - Games
... Punishment Hoshi no Keishōsha 2000 Treasure Nintendo JP 4 !1–4 — Action/3D Rail Shooter Snowboard Kids 1997 Racdym Atlus JP, NA, PAL 4 !1–4 K-A/3+ Sports/Snowboarding ...

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