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WindowsGame Tunnel (Sep 18, 2003)
The graphics in snowball Ride are very eye-catching. The colors are bright and the 3D environment moves extremely well. In addition, the menus are well presented and easily usable. The game delivers well above average production values and impresses with a very professional interface. The music reminds one of a carousel, which matches the feeling of the game well. However, unless the full version comes with a half dozen more music tracks, the music will start to drive you insane, and the floating pink elephants you see everywhere in the game will only increase your feeling of losing grip on reality. Overall Snowball Ride is a fun game. While the developers claim it is a game that anyone 5-85 could enjoy, I think the lower part of that range is the real audience here and more seasoned players may find themselves initially frustrated with the game's play control and brain cell destroying music leading them to not enjoy it as much as they otherwise might.
MacintoshInside Mac Games (IMG) (Jun 02, 2003)
Snowball Run's icky-cutesy packaging may throw prospective buyers off; but underneath all the pink and sprinkles is a compulsively playable game of interest to all ages and experience levels that everyone within earshot of your computer is probably going to want to try at least once. It's a solid game that's well worth purchasing, especially considering the amount of entertainment you'll get at the price point.
MacintoshMac Gamer (Jun 09, 2003)
Snowball Run's levels, though clever, seem to be exercises in remembering what to do at each specific turn, as the slightest wrong move will send the player plummeting to their demise. As a result of this, the game's flow is broken up and choppy where it should flow naturally. At its better points, Snowball Run feels like an effective 3D skiing emulator, the player needing to remain in control of their speed and direction at all times and the actual achievement of this leading to a feeling of genuine satisfaction.
WindowsClubic (Dec 20, 2007)
Ce Snowball Run n'a vraiment pas de quoi casser trois pattes à un manchot mais il pourrait s'avérer amusant... s'il n'était pas commercialisé au prix assez délirant de 20 dollars. Un peu cher quand on peut avoir un Neverball gratuit et complet...