Ski or Die

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Ski or Die
Developer(s)Electronic Arts
Konami (NES)
Publisher(s)Electronic Arts
Ultra Games (NES)
Palcom Software (NES)
Composer(s)Rob Hubbard
SeriesSkate or Die
Platform(s)Amiga, NES, MS-DOS, Commodore 64
Genre(s)Skiing, winter sports
Mode(s)16 players, varies by event

Ski or Die is a 1990 winter sports game by Electronic Arts for the Amiga, NES, MS-DOS, and Commodore 64. It consists of five minigames which can be played individually or in a set sequentially. Up to six players can compete against each other via hotseat in four of the minigames, and semi-hotseat in one of them (up to two players at a time). The minigames are halfpipe-snowboarding, inflatable sled racing, aerial skiing, downhill skiing, and snowball fights. The shopkeeper was represented by Rodney Dangerfield.

The MS-DOS port supports Roland MT-32 and AdLib audio.


PC and NES versions of Snowboard Halfpipe event.


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  1. ^ Quan, Slasher (January 1991). "Nintendo ProView: Ski or Die" (PDF). GamePro. p. 74.

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