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Single Player[edit]

Match Race[edit]

For more details on this topic, see Match Race.

Match races consist of you versus one opponent, whom you race from the top of a course to the bottom. The exception to this is the final course, the Avalanche course, where you either race a timer or the actual avalanche (if it knocks you out, it won).

"Beat your opponents down the hill, then take the final challenge!"

Gate Challenge[edit]

For more details on this topic, see Gate Challenge.
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"Can you get down the mountain without missing a gate?"

Time Trial[edit]

For more details on this topic, see Time Trial.

In actuality, you have to get the coins in order to have the best time. The game will disqualify you if all of the coins have not been found, so your main priority is finding the coins and then cutting off time where possible.

"Perfect your skills to get the lowest time, or find the Hidden Coins."

Trick Attack[edit]

For more details on this topic, see Trick Attack.

Trick Attack courses have two goals; to complete the course before the timer runs out, and to have the highest score.

"Get the high score with your best jumps, grabs, and grinds."

Multiplayer[edit]

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"Take on your friends in a race of up to 4 Players."

Local Area Network (LAN) Mode[edit]

"Connect up to 4 Nintendo GameCubes for the ultimate race!"

Basically LAN mode allows players to conserve TV space so that they aren't crowded into 4 little sections of the screen; this way players can utilize entire TV's for themselves for better gameplay experience, although the maximum number of players is still restricted to four.

Once the Nintendo GameCube systems are connected each player must press the A Button or Start/Pause to begin. Choose your player and board, then select a course. The game will check any present Memory Cards, and any boards or features that are available on any of the cards will be made available to all players.

Avalanche Instruction Booklet, Copyrighted by Nintendo

2-4 GameCubes[edit]

If three or more GameCubes are used, only one player can play on each GameCube; if two are used, then two players can play on each GameCube.

Required Equipment
  • 2-4 Nintendo GameCube systems with Broadband Adapters.
  • 2-4 (1 per system) 1080° Avalanche Game Discs.
  • 0-4 Memory Cards with 1080° Avalanche save data.
  • 2-4 (1 per player) Nintendo GameCube Controller
  • 1 10BASE-T Hub
  • 2-4 LAN cables compatible with the hub to be used. Standard LAN cables are straight cables, but some hubs use cross cables. For details see the instruction manual of the hub you are using, and use the appropriate LAN cables.

2 GameCubes[edit]

Up to two players can play on a single GameCube.

Required Equipment
  • 2 Nintendo GameCube systems with Broadband Adapters.
  • 2 1080° Avalanche Game Discs.
  • 0-2 Memory Cards with 1080° Avalanche save data.
  • 2-4 (1 per player) Nintendo GameCube Controllers
  • 1 10BASE-T Hub-compatible cross cable