Big Mountain Snowboarding
3D Snowboard racing on huge crazy trails! We've tweaked this game to work well on desktops and tablets alike. Each trail is a combination of a time limit, a jump score, and a number of gates to hit. Some trails are park maps where score is all that matters, others are race courses where hitting all the gates and finishing fast is important, and some are a combination of all 3. We have huge cliffs, narrow canyons, parks, tree runs and more. There are 4 ways to control your snowboarder: - Tilt Controls - On tablets with an accelerometer we have tilt steering. Tilt your tablet left or right to turn or spin. Lift it up quickly to jump. Touching the screen makes you stand up to turn faster, or grab your board when in the air. - Touch Controls - If you have a touchscreen you can select the touch steering controls in the options menu. Drag your finger left or right to turn. Swipe upwards to jump. Drag left or right to spin while in mid-air. A second finger or thumb will cause you to stand up, or to grab your board while jumping. - Mouse & Keyboard Controls - Click and drag to turn. Swipe upwards to start a jump. Right click will make you stand up or grab your board. The arrow keys can also be used. - Xbox Controller - Plug in any USB Xbox controller for a console experience. The trial version is limited to 1 map and displays an advertising banner. There are no ads in the full version.More
- Real 3d Snowboarding Action!
- Jumps, Tricks and Grabs.
- Tilt Controls.
- Touch Steering.
- Keyboard and Mouse Controls.
- 16 Huge Snowboard Trails.
- Bronze, Silver, and Gold Challenges on each trail.
- Xbox controller support.
Golden Hammer SoftwareMore
Racing & flyingMore
- Approximate size
31.11 MB - 123.18 MBMore
- Age rating
For ages 6 and upMore
- Supported operating systems
Windows 10Windows 8.1Windows 10 MobileWindows Phone 8.1Windows Phone 8
- Supported processors
x86, x64, ARM, neutralMore
- Supported languages
English (United States)
- Learn more
- Additional terms
Access your Internet connectionUse your musicUse the media items that are currently playingUse your device network servicesUse any of your Windows Phone sensorsAccess your browser
- Report this game
Thanks for reporting your concern. Our team will review it and, if necessary, take action.Sign in to report this game to Microsoft
Added much better gamepad support: * Menus can be fully navigated without using a mouse or touch screen. * In-game gamepad controls revised to be more playable. Fixed an issue where the full version unlock might disappear. Fixed an issue where the game might freeze on launch on some machines.
Big Mountain Snowboarding
Average customer rating
You are unable to rate or review as you do not own this product.
Thanks. Your review will post soon.
There was an error posting your review. Please try again later.
WORST THING EVER
This is without a doubt the worst app I have ever had on any device. I think I need to go to a hospital and see if my brain is even still intact after playing something so bad. Not even worthy of a single star.More
A lot of potential, but...
I would have given 5 Stars if there were more than two tricks available. As it stands, you can either (1) spin left or right, or (2) spin left/right and WAITFORIT!...grab your board. Yup! That's all folks! The people want more tricks! (please 😊)More
Big Mountain snowboarding
This game is all right but I don't seem to know how to win itMore
stopped working after one day of playing.More
The controls aren't bad...
Plays decently on Surface 2. Otherwise, meh. The flagrant disregard for aspect ratios in the menus upsets me greatly. I hate stretched graphics, it's a sign of poor workmanship. There is a weird graphic bug that makes the polygon of snow you are on top of turn very dark colored; it is very distracting. On the plus side, the accelerometer controls feel pretty nice and the physics aren't terrible.More
Amazing game👍 I just wish it had AI opponents or even multiplayerMore
This game really sucks in many ways, the menu doesn't look that great. I can play for the first couple of seconds and then it starts doing things when I don't do anything. And it doesn't jump very well...More