Also known as: 1080° Silverstorm (JP)
There was a demo playable / video shown at ECTS in London in August 2003
1080° Avalanche is the successor to 1080° Snowboarding on the Nintendo 64, using the winter environments to showcase the GameCube's graphics and processing power.
The root/1080data/misc folder contains a bunch of TPL files, many of which are early graphics.
1080Logo.tpl is an early version of the logo.
transition.tpl is a placeholder of some sort. Also worth noting that 1080° White Storm is the game's early name, as it would be similar to Wave Race: Blue Storm.
alpha.tpl contains some sort of debug text.
Also within the misc folder are two TPL files called Credits.tpl and CreditsTM.tpl. While both include placeholders for a Nintendo of America (NOA) and Nintendo Co., Ltd. (NCL) logos, within the latter is an early version of the game's logo featuring (as you may have guessed) a TM symbol, and thinner outlines.
Also in the misc folder is an early version of the developer credits stored in a plain text file.
!1080 Development Team !President Shigeki Yamashiro !Designers Vivek Melwani Rich Vorodi !Programmers SunTjen Fam Sheldon Baines Scott Bassett Jonathan Johnson Rory Johnston
!Art Director Michael Harrington !Course Artists Trevor Johnson Jack Snowden Ronald Hall Alain Schneuwly Katsuhiko Kanno
!Character Arists Jun Tsujimoto Michelle Lu Steven Petofalvi Jodi Dillinger !Sound Lawrence Schwedler James Phillipsen
While using the Old School Board, pause the game and press Up, Down, Up, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right on the D-Pad, then press B. A sound will play if entered correctly. When you unpause the game, the screen will be pixelated! Enter the code again to undo the effect.
Note that using this code in Powder Threat will cause the screen to glitch, as seen in the video.
The NST 1080 Avalanche (Jet Rocket) Board can explode if wiping out on the side of the board when your damage meter is down to 1 bar, causing the player to die. This will not work in Trick Attack.
Doing this in Powder Threat will cause the screen to glitch, just like the above.
There are a lot of differences between the English and Japanese versions.
Intro, Menus and Interface
- The game logo was redesigned for the Japanese Silver Storm version.
- Avalanche has a blue with white color in the transition screens, while Silver Storm has a silver with white color in it instead.
- Gate Attack and Multiplayer mode are called Slalom and Multiplay in Silver Storm respectively.
- The music player looks different in Silver Storm, with the buttons being changed and now music track numbers are displayed.
The character names are different.
|Mimi Le Moose
Akari Hayami (one of four characters that had their names unchanged; the other being Ricky Winterborn, Tara Hunter and Rob Haywood) speaks Japanese in the Japanese version. Also, the change behind Tara's alternate character is that in the International versions, you control a moose, but it's replaced with a panda in the Japanese version.
There is some different names for tracks and venues between Avalanche and Silver Storm:
|Enter the Cold
|Redmond Snow Park
|Sub Zero Assault
|Tree Top Trauma
|Grits 'N Gravy
|No Way Out
Although in the other versions there are only 3 courses in Trick Attack, In the Japanese version, there is an extra course in Trick Attack that can be unlocked called "Half-Pipe Avalanche", which is an Avalanche on a Half-Pipe course.