Mountain Madness Super Pro Skiing

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Improved version of the already solid U.S. Ski Team Skiing game.

Mountain Madness Super Pro SkiingGraphics: 4
Sound: 3
Replay Value: 4
Notes: 1- to 6-player game; Easter Egg
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Another remake of an existing game, Mountain Madness Super Pro Skiing takes the core U.S. Ski Team Skiing and adds a few features. The most interesting is the course designer, with which you can define your own ski runs. It's a bit reminiscent to me of the feature first introduced in Motocross, though I don't know if any code re-use happened. The 'Helicopter Skiing' mode puts you on a randomly generated course. Some minor tweaks were done to the graphics - the trees and moguls look more like what the original teaser pictures did back in the early catalogues. A solid, fun game - just as the original. The new extra features are most appreciated by those who were really into the original U.S. Ski Team Skiing cart.




ROM No ROM variants have been identified.
Box No variations have been found.
Manual No variations have been found.
Overlays Custom overlays have been designed and distributed by Psycho Stormtrooper.
Label No variations have been found.
Easter Eggs One Easter eggs has been found - game credits.




Only one version of the box has been found for Mountain Madness Super Pro Skiing.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Mountain Madness Super Pro Skiing Box (INTV Corporation 9007) INTV Corporation 9007 None U.S.A. UPC barcode on bottom flap, but no game title; no copyright date




Only one version of the manual has been found for Mountain Madness Super Pro Skiing.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Mountain Madness Super Pro Skiing Manual (INTV Corporation 9007) INTV Corporation 9007 None   Folds along top edge




Only one version of the overlay has been found for Mountain Madness Super Pro Skiing.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Image not available. INTV Corporation N/A None   Custom overlay designed by Psycho Stormtrooper




Only one version of the label has been found for Mountain Madness Super Pro Skiing.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Mountain Madness Super Pro Skiing Label (INTV Corporation) INTV Corporation N/A None   Large label, square corners; MOUNTAIN MADNESS in large font, SUPER PRO SKIING in smaller font beneath




Title Screen Nicer title screen that the venerable U.S. Ski Team Skiing.
Attacking the Slopes The graphics are noticeably better than the original game, but fundamentally the gameplay is the same.





Title Screen Credits Easter Egg

Credit: The official Intellivision Lives! site

Press Reset: You must be at the title screen
Wait: Don't do anything - just wait for awhile
Easter Egg: Credits for the game scroll by:

Game Credits



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