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| title      = Satchmo SnowBash  
 
| title      = Satchmo SnowBash  
 
| image      = [[File:Snowbashds.jpg]]
 
| image      = [[File:Snowbashds.jpg]]
| type        = Other
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| type        = Action Other
| version    = 2006
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| version    = RC01.01.06
 
| licence    = Mixed
 
| licence    = Mixed
 
| author      = Miguel Nieves, Dragon's Den Unlimited Team
 
| author      = Miguel Nieves, Dragon's Den Unlimited Team
| website    = http://www.drgnden.com/games/snowbash.html
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| website    = https://web.archive.org/web/20190122044718/http://www.drgnden.com/games/snowbash.html
 
| download    = Media:Snowbashds.rar
 
| download    = Media:Snowbashds.rar
 
| source      =  
 
| source      =  
 
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Snowball mini game.
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Satchmo SnowBash is a snowball minigame for the NDS.
  
 
It was submitted to the Drunkencoders Christmas Coding Compo 2006.
 
It was submitted to the Drunkencoders Christmas Coding Compo 2006.
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'''Powerups:'''  
 
'''Powerups:'''  
  
Creating larger balls lets you achieve larger combos! If you hit a flashing Satchmo, 2 seconds will be added to your time.
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Creating larger balls lets you achieve larger combos. If you hit a flashing Satchmo, 2 seconds will be added to your time.
  
 
'''Scoring:'''  
 
'''Scoring:'''  
  
1 Satchmo gives you 10 points. If hit two at the same time, the second is worth 20 points, hit a third and it's worth 30 points! So a 3 Combo will net you 60 points. The combos don't instantly go away, so try and get even more points. The more points you get, the better the ending will be.
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One Satchmo gives you 10 points. If hitting two at the same time, the second is worth 20 points, hitting a third and it's worth 30 points.  
  
[[File:Snowbashds2.jpg]]
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So a 3 Combo will net you 60 points. The combos don't instantly go away, so try and get even more points.
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The more points you get, the better the ending will be.
  
 
==Controls==
 
==Controls==
Stylus - advance through menu, roll up snowball
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Stylus - Advance through menu, Roll up snowball
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==Screenshots==
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[[File:Snowbashds2.jpg]]
  
 
==Credits==
 
==Credits==
Game Design, Art and Programming: Miguel Nieves (Dragon's Den Unlimited)
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Game Design, Art and Programming: Miguel Nieves (Dragon's Den Unlimited).
  
Menu: Alison Rementer
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Menu: Alison Rementer.
  
Sprites & Background: Andrew Bado (Last Dimension)
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Sprites & Background: Andrew Bado (Last Dimension).
  
Testing: Gina Giacobbe
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Testing: Gina Giacobbe.
  
Music: Joseph H. Goldstein
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Music: Joseph H. Goldstein.
  
[[Category:Homebrew applications]]
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[[Category:DS homebrew games]]
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[[Category:Homebrew action games on DS]]
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[[Category:Other homebrew games on DS]]

Revision as of 08:09, 2 July 2021

Satchmo SnowBash
File:Snowbashds.jpg
General
Author(s)Miguel Nieves, Dragon's Den Unlimited Team
TypeAction Other
VersionRC01.01.06
LicenceMixed
Links
[Media:Snowbashds.rar Download]
Website
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Satchmo SnowBash is a snowball minigame for the NDS.

It was submitted to the Drunkencoders Christmas Coding Compo 2006.

User guide

In this game the dragon girl Ryua has been deposed from her castle by the yeti like race of Satchmo! Roll up and fling snowballs at those enemies for fun and points.

Powerups:

Creating larger balls lets you achieve larger combos. If you hit a flashing Satchmo, 2 seconds will be added to your time.

Scoring:

One Satchmo gives you 10 points. If hitting two at the same time, the second is worth 20 points, hitting a third and it's worth 30 points.

So a 3 Combo will net you 60 points. The combos don't instantly go away, so try and get even more points.

The more points you get, the better the ending will be.

Controls

Stylus - Advance through menu, Roll up snowball

Screenshots

File:Snowbashds2.jpg

Credits

Game Design, Art and Programming: Miguel Nieves (Dragon's Den Unlimited).

Menu: Alison Rementer.

Sprites & Background: Andrew Bado (Last Dimension).

Testing: Gina Giacobbe.

Music: Joseph H. Goldstein.