Snowboard Party Game for Windows Lands on the Store with Nice 3D Graphics
Ok, if you’d like to go skiing this winter, but somehow you don’t have the time, you can take refuge in the virtual world. Snowboard Party allows you to test your snowboarding skills on your Windows mobile devices from the comfort of your house.
There are 15 amazing snow board locations available (located in the Rockies, Alps and Japan), and you’ve got 11 riders to choose from. If you want to become the lord of the board, first you have to master over 50 tricks and super crazy combos. And you have perform them while riding down the slopes at extreme speed.
You can play the game with your friends, or you can take on top rank players from all over the world using the online leader boards. You’ve got over 75 level objectives to complete, 15 achivements, all these challenges allowing you to gain experience and upgrade your snowboarder to perform better and get higher scores. You can also upgrade your board to help your rider to perform his tricks better – a massive collection of boards is available.
The next generation 3D graphics used for this game are especially developed for mobile devices, so in terms of graphics, the game will blow your mind!
Other features include:
- Freestyle. The rider uses natural and man-made features: rails, jumps, boxes, logs, rocks and other to perform the sickest tricks.
- Chain multiple tricks in a row to gain more points and score higher.
- Xbox game controller support.
- Fully customizable control system to set your own button layout. You can use the right or left handed control mode, select a control preset or create your own. Also, you can use the analog stick or accelerometer option as you like.
- Supports all the latest generation devices; the game is optimized for high resolution displays.
- You can purchase experience points or special items using in-app purchases.
- The game is available in the following languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese and Chinese .
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