Tommy Moe's Winter Extreme: Skiing & Snowboarding

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Alt. titles
"Val d'Isere Championship " -- European title,
"Ski Paradise with Snowboard " -- Japanese title,
"スキーパラダイス WITH スノーボード" -- Japanese spelling
Published byElectro Brain Corp.   Developed byLoriciel SA   ReleasedJun, 1994   PlatformSNES   GenreSimulation   Sports   Perspective3rd-person (Other)   SportSnowboarding / Skiing   MiscLicensed   

In Winter Extreme, the player can partake in a series of skiing and snowboarding events including the Downhill where the player speeds down a course in order to finish the course as fast as possible in an allotted time by speeding through checkpoints. The Slalom has the same set-up where the player has to finish the course in an allotted time by passing through gates, but also has to contend with twists, turns and various other obstacles in the players path. The Giant Slalom is similar except for more obstacles and a longer path. Along with the three challenge modes, there is also a Freeride mode where the player can ski at their leisure while avoiding various obstacles such as trees, rocks and fellow skiers and snowboarders. The game also is endorsed by skiing location, Val-d'Isère, which hosted the 1992 Winter Olympics along with skier, Tommy Moe.