20 Games Like Big Mountain 2000()
Solipskier is an iOS and Android game developed by Mikengreg (developers of Gasketball) that involves drawing a slope for a stick figure skier and attempting to fling that be-scarfed and be-headphoned skier through gates and tunnels while avoiding obstacles like cliffs and electric fences.
The most authentic snowboarding game returns! Winter X Games Snowboarding 2002 features more arcade fun and snowboarding action. Win a gold medal in on of four authentic Winter X Games events, or go anywhere in the free ride mode, where you can pull off big kickers and twisted rails to your heart's content.
With Bode Miller Alpine Skiing you can select a pre-existing skier or create your own. Either way, you take your skier and build them into a top Alpine athlete. Remember, though that behind every great athlete is a great manager and trainer, and this game makes no exception.
The snow is falling, the boards are waxed and the slopes are ready - can you become the number one Snow Rider! Take part in 3 exciting game modes, spread across 3 downhill slopes. Can you win the Championship in each mode? And earn yourself the coveted title of Resort Champion?
In U.S. Ski Team Skiing, players race down the hill, avoiding trees and jumping moguls in their path. The game features both slalom and downhill courses. 1 player may race against the clock, or 2 to 6 players can alternate turns and race to see who gets the fastest time, and each race has 3 heats.
Both downhill and slalom courses have 15 different slope grade settings to affect acceleration. 4 different settings for overall game speed are also available.
Hit the slopes with Capcom's snow boarding experience Freestyle Boardin' '99. Featuring six boarders and ten different courses, Freestyle Boardin' '99 will test your skills in four modes of play -- Championship, Timed Competition, Freestyle, and Versus. Visit backcountry downhill slopes and then hit the half pipe or straight jump competition, all the while keeping your eyes on that coveted gold medal.
In Skiing, your goal is to ski to the bottom of the mountain in the shortest time possible. The mountain is treacherous with plenty of trees and moguls in the way! There are two different modes of gameplay. In slalom mode, there are a series of gates you need to ski through; missing any will result in a penalty to your time. In downhill mode you just need to ski to the bottom as fast as possible. Each mode includes five different skill levels which affect the length of the course (and the number of gates in slalom mode.)
Agetec's Snowboarding consists of racing downhill and performing death-defying stunts. For speed fans, the Race Mode allows players to race against the clock or two computer-controlled opponents. For those more interested in catching big air, Snowboarding's Trick Mode requires gamers to perform numerous maneuvers to gain more time to complete courses. In both modes, gamers can choose from one of three different boarder characters as they ride through the game's 27 different courses. Additionally, each of these courses can be tackled by two players at once in a horizontally divided split-screen.
Supreme Snowboarding is the first snowboarding game that allows players to experience pure freedom, with the possibility to choose your very own way down the slopes. 10 race tracks, three half-pipes and three straight jumps offer something for everyone, from straight race maniacs to pipe-loving daredevils. Select a character, choose a board and hit the slopes, dude!
It was one of the first snowboarding games for Windows to take full advantage of 3D graphics cards that were becoming the norm in the late 1990s, and eventually became an internationally bestselling game. Over 1.5 million units were sold worldwide, allowing Supreme Snowboarding to become the first hit title in Finnish game development.