Chill (video game)
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|Developer(s)||Silicon Dreams Studio|
Chill is a PlayStation snowboarding video game published by Eidos Interactive in 1998 and developed by Silicon Dreams Studio. The game was designed by Jez Sherlock. A Sega Saturn version of the game was completed and stated to be published by Sega, but in the end it was left out unreleased by the publisher. However, the Sega Saturn version was leaked onto the internet in early 2011.
It features fifty tracks spread over five mountains, and features a two-player multiplayer mode that can be played in either vertical or horizontal split-screen mode.
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