|a game by||Parker Brothers|
|Editor Rating:||6/10, based on 2 reviews|
|User Rating:||5.0/10 - 2 votes|
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|See also:||Winter Sports Games|
The Realism is Uncanny
If you want snowboarding action to the bone, "HEAVY SHREDDIN'" the outrageous new video game by Parker Brothers, is not only first snowboarding game for your Nintendo Entertainment System, it's also the closest you'll come to the real thing without getting a face full of powder. Jam down the downhill and try to work your way through the other levels (half-pipe, slalom, mogul and survival). Just try. Sure, it's a sweat, but you'll probably be using mule kicks, toe grabs and 360 degree turns in no time, as you rocket down the slopes at over 50 miles per hour to go for the World Oup Trophy. Out of control? No way, dude. Just think fast and use a hand plant to get back on course. And speaking of the course, seriously realistic diagonal 3-D feel, dude! And grok on this: each game cartridge sports a special International Snowboarding Magazine offer! So, get ready to leap the chalet, beat the clock and generally powder out with the "HEAVY SHREDDIN'" game!
Download Heavy Shreddin'
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
- P-200, 32 MB RAM
Parker Brothers is hitting the shelves with their first game for the NES, Heavy Shreddin'. This winter extravaganza is based on Snowboarding, one of the fastest growing sports in the United States, Europe, and Japan. Snowboarding, a combination of downhill surfing, skateboarding and sailboarding, is packed with non-stop excitement. You'll compete in events such as the slalom, the downhill, the halfpipe, the mogul and the backwoods as you challenge other players for high scores and try to become the World Cup Snowboarding Champ! To win you'll have to pull off death- defying stunts such as leaping a waterfall or a crevice using a mule kick, flying over logs, ice, moguls, and even a ski chalet, and even turning a mid-air 360. Hey, when the going gets tough, the tough go shreddin'!