Cool Boarders Pocket

Last updated
Cool Boarders Pocket
Cool Boarders Pocket.jpg
Developer(s) UEP Systems
Publisher(s) SNK Playmore
Series Cool Boarders
Platform(s) Neo Geo Pocket Color
Release
  • JP: February 24, 2000
  • EU: 2000
Genre(s) Snowboarding
Mode(s) Single-player

Cool Boarders Pocket is a Snowboarding video game developed by UEP Systems and published by SNK Playmore for the Neo Geo Pocket Color.

Gameplay

Cool Boarders Pocket differs to other games in the Cool Boarders series. It features an isometric (overhead) view instead of a third-person perspective. The game features two play modes a free-ride mode where the player navigates an obstacle course with no restrictions until they reach the goal, and a survival mode where the player snowboards through the obstacle course until they run out of health. The game allows the player to choose one of two characters; a female or male snowboarder.

Related Research Articles

<i>Kirby Air Ride</i> 2003 video game

Kirby Air Ride, known in Japan as Kirby's Airride, is a 2003 racing video game starring Kirby, developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the GameCube.

<i>Popn Music</i> 1998 video game

Pop'n Music, commonly abbreviated as Pop'n, PM or PNM and stylized as pop'n music, is a music video game series in the Bemani series made by Konami. The games are known for their bright colors, upbeat songs, and cute cartoon character graphics. Originally released in 1998, the series has had 22 home releases in Japan as well as 29 mainline arcade versions.

<i>Snowboard Kids</i> 1997 video game

Snowboard Kids, is a snowboarding video game for the Nintendo 64. It was developed by Racdym and published by Atlus. Many reviewers compared its style to that of the Mario Kart series. An enhanced port, Snowboard Kids Plus, was released in Japan in January 1999 for the PlayStation.

<i>Steep Slope Sliders</i> 1997 video game

Steep Slope Sliders is a game that was made for the Sega Saturn and Sega Titan ST-V arcade system, published in 1997. It was developed by a collaboration of Victor Interactive Software, and the Cave Company. The game was released by Victor Interactive Software in Japan and by Sega in other territories. Capcom released the arcade version. The game was met with positive reviews, drawing favorable comparison to other snowboarding video games for its sharp graphics, innovative design, and intuitive control system.

<i>SSX Tricky</i> 2001 video game by EA Canada

SSX Tricky, also known as SSX 2 or SSX 2: Tricky, is a snowboarding video game, the second game in the SSX series published under the EA Sports Big label and developed by EA Canada. A direct sequel to SSX, the game was released in 2001 for PlayStation 2 (PS2), GameCube, and Xbox, and was later ported to the Game Boy Advance in October 2002. SSX 3 followed in 2003.

<i>Cool Boarders</i> (video game) 1996 video game

Cool Boarders is a snowboarding video game developed by UEP Systems for the PlayStation.

<i>Super Monkey Ball Deluxe</i> 2005 video game

Super Monkey Ball Deluxe is a platform video game developed and published by Sega. It was released for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox in 2005. The game compiles all stages from Super Monkey Ball and Super Monkey Ball 2, as well as adding original levels. Super Monkey Ball Deluxe was well received, with critics praising the gameplay, but criticizing its audio and graphics. The game is notable for its large number of customizable party mini-games, also returning from the previous titles. It is also notable for the stages it had restored, which were previously cut from the originals.

<i>Cool Boarders 2</i> 1997 video game

Cool Boarders 2 is a snowboarding video game developed by UEP Systems for the PlayStation. The game builds upon its predecessor's features with the addition of trick competitions, computer-controlled competitors, and support for the PlayStation Link Cable, allowing two-player, non-split screen multiplayer.

<i>Cool Boarders 3</i> 1998 video game

Cool Boarders 3 is a snowboarding video game developed by Idol Minds for the PlayStation.

<i>SSX</i> Video game series by EA Sports

SSX is a series of snowboarding and skiing video games published by EA Sports. It is an arcade-style racing game with larger-than-life courses, characters, and tricks. While the general focus of the series is racing and performing tricks on snowboards, the underlying gameplay of each edition alters slightly; for example, while the original SSX relies on a working knowledge of speed and trick boosts, SSX On Tour requires players to complete different phat combos and monster tricks. SSX is intended to be short for Snowboard Supercross, but the complete title has almost never been referred to in any way in the marketing or promotion of the games or within the games themselves. According to 2012's SSX, the acronym in Team SSX means Snowboarding, Surfing, and Motocross.

<i>TrickN Snowboarder</i> 1999 video game

Trick'N Snowboarder, known in Japan as Tricky Sliders, is a snowboarding video game published by Capcom in 1999. It is the follow-up to Cave's previous snowboarding game, Steep Slope Sliders. Unlike its predecessor, which was released into arcades, Trick'N Snowboarder is a console exclusive title.

UEP Systems

UEP Systems (ウエップシステム) was a Japanese video game developer founded in 1985. They were best known for their PlayStation-era snowboarding games, though they also released titles for PlayStation 2, Dreamcast, Neo Geo Pocket, and arcade.

<i>Cool Boarders 4</i> 1999 video game

Cool Boarders 4 is a snowboarding video game developed by Idol Minds for the PlayStation.

<i>Fieldrunners</i> 2008 video game

Fieldrunners is a tower defense video game developed for several platforms. Originally released on 1 October 2008 as an exclusive iOS title, the game was later ported to Nintendo DSi, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 3, and mobile phones. It was released on the Android platform in July 2011, on the Amazon Appstore and Android Market, then on 25 October, where it was ported to HTML5 by Gradient Studios and Bocoup and released on the Chrome Web Store with the first level, Grasslands, playable for free. It is the first release of developer Subatomic Studios.

<i>Val dIsère Skiing and Snowboarding</i> 1994 video game

Val d'Isère Skiing and Snowboarding is a skiing and snowboarding video game developed by Virtual Studio and published by Atari Corporation for the Atari Jaguar first in North America on December 9, 1994. It was later released in Europe on January 1995 and finally in Japan on July of the same year, where it was published by Messe Sansao. It is a conversion of the SNES title Tommy Moe's Winter Extreme: Skiing & Snowboarding, which was done by the same team at Loriciels and released in 1994 on all regions.

<i>Skiing</i> (Intellivision video game) 1980 sports video game

Skiing is a sports video game produced by Mattel and released for its Intellivision video game system in 1980. Up to six players compete individually on either a downhill or slalom course to see who can complete the course the fastest. For the game's initial release, Mattel obtained a license from the U. S. Ski Team and used its name and logo in the game's box art. In 1988, INTV Corporation released an enhanced version of the game entitled Mountain Madness: Super Pro Skiing.

<i>Cool Boarders: Code Alien</i> 2000 video game

Cool Boarders: Code Alien is a snowboarding video game developed and published by UEP Systems exclusively for the PlayStation 2 and is the only Cool Boarders title to be released exclusively in Japan.

<i>Supreme Snowboarding</i> 1999 video game

Supreme Snowboarding is a snowboarding video game created by Housemarque for Microsoft Windows with a Game Boy Color version by Software Creations in 1999. 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. The game received positive critical reception, as well as acclaim for having one of the best visuals of its time, though its lack of content and replay value was sometimes criticized.

<i>Zap! Snowboarding Trix</i> 1997 video game

Zap! Snowboarding Trix, sometimes written as Zap: Snowboarding Trix, is a snowboarding video game developed by Atelier Double and published by TV Tokyo and Pony Canyon. It was released only for the Sega Saturn, and only in Japan. A sequel to the game, called Zap! Snowboarding Trix '98, was later released both for Saturn and PlayStation in 1997–1999, under the title Freestyle Boardin' '99 in North America and Phat Air: Extreme Snowboarding in Europe.

<i>Cool Boarders</i> Video game series

Cool Boarders is a series of snowboarding video games published by Sony Computer Entertainment.