|Distributor(s)||Wii Virtual Console|
|System(s)||Nintendo 64, Wii|
|Players||2 players simultaneously|
|Mode(s)||Single player, Multiplayer|
|Followed by||1080° Avalanche|
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|Twitch||1080° Snowboarding Channel|
|YouTube Gaming||1080° Snowboarding Channel|
1080° Snowboarding (テン・エイティ スノーボーディング Ten Eiti Sunōbōdingu?) is a multiplayer snowboard racing video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64 and first released in Japan on February 22, 1998. The player controls one of five playable snowboarders from a third-person perspective using a combination of buttons to jump and perform tricks over eight levels.
1080° was announced on November 21, 1997 and developed over nine months; it garnered critical acclaim and won an Interactive Achievement Award from the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences. 1080° sold over a million units, and a second installment, 1080° Avalanche, was released for the Nintendo GameCube on November 28 2003.
The player controls a snowboarder in one of six modes. 1080° has two trick modes (trick attack and contest), three race modes (race, time attack, and multiplayer), a training mode, and an options mode. The objective of the game is either to arrive quickly at a level's finish line or to receive maximum points for trick combinations.