Looking to give players the experience of "truly carving down the mountain," Com2uS has released SummitX Snowboarding to the Android Market - a dynamic, exciting game focused around – you guessed it – snowboarding.

The game features 36 multi-branching courses on 6 different mountains, 10 customizable boards, a "majestic" 3D terrain, accurate "true-to-sport" physics, and a sound track featuring over 20 real rock bands. Overall, the game seems to function smoothly, and gameplay isn't too challenging, even on a 4.3" screen.

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SummitX's lite version is free, and the full version can be obtained via in-app purchase for $4.99 (ostensibly, this explains the presence of "tryandbuy" in SummitX's extremely long ID tag). The lite version includes very few features, but is nice for determining whether you're willing to commit to the full version's price tag.

In the end, I'd say SummitX is worth a shot, especially given its "try and buy" functionality. Just hit the market link below to grab a copy.

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • CB

    Seems to have been pulled from the market?

  • http://dailyinformant.wordpress.com/ Lucan

    "The page you have requested does not exist"

  • isk

    It's not on the market?¿¿????

  • CB

    ...and it's back....

  • Stuart

    Doewnt seem to work on Galaxy Nexus :'(

  • http://www.random-blog.com/ extreme sports blog

    This looks fun! havent seen a snowboard game in ages! only available on smartphones?

  • Aji

    Erm.....can you only move left, right, up down and not perform any trick in this game? Either the game sucks or the makers didn't bother to make a better vid.

  • adam

    I actually like Crazy Snowboard, better!