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Project Powder

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Fun MMO about competitive snowboarding has open forums.

Common Sense Media
1 June 2009
  • Summary: Parents need to know that Project Powder is a massively mulitplayer online snowboard racing game that monetizes by in-game purchases of game-enhancing items. While players can earn coins in the game that can be traded in for cash to buy items in the game's store (with 3500 coins worth $5 cash), players may wish to simply purchase the game-enhancing items with real cash instead. Purchased items are "rented" rather than bought and will generally last for only 4 weeks.
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Overall 6
5.7
Gameplay 5
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Graphics 7
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Sound 5
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Project Powder Review

FreeMMOGamer.com
13 April 2009
  • Excerpt: Project Powder caters to snowboarding lovers, both rookie and veteran players alike. The game focuses more on acquiring and busting out killer air moves in different race modes. At the start of your snowboarding journey, you’re only given very few character models to choose from. Clothes, snowboards and various accessories are offered in the item shop, buyable through in-game or cash credits. Sadly, these items are expensive and temporary.
  • Pros: Fresh snowboarding idea, fast-paced racing, inspiring sounds
  • Cons: slow leveling pace, expensive mall items, slow money gain
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Overall 7
7.0

Project Powder

InsideGamer
20 July 2009
  • Conclusion: Project Powder is een simpele, toegankelijke snowboardgame waarbij de nadruk vooral ligt op het kopen van vette tricks. Ben je helemaal fan van dit soort over-the-top snowboardgames, dan kun je jezelf hier best eens aan wagen. Je moet de ietwat gedateerde graphics dan wel voor lief nemen, maar ach, bij gratis games stoor ik me daar niet aan.
  • Pros: Lage instapdrempel, Veel tricks
  • Cons: Vijf spelmappen is karig, Gedateerde graphics
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