Hint #1 - Look Inward, Grasshopper
While there are other racers and while they might be out for blood (so to speak - there's no blood in the game), your first priority when it comes
time to focus is yourself. If you focus too much on the other snowboarders, you could miss jumps, hit obstacles, and stumble. Start by getting the
hang of the course. Then, and only then, continue your training by putting more of a focus on the other racers.
Hint #2 - Can YOU Build Walls While Snowboarding?
Once you've got a handle on the controls and are focusing on the racers, your edge will likely be helped out by the items you pick up along the
way. Know what they do ahead of time so that you can have the most effect when you decide to use it. For a complete list of items, check out DSSingleCard.com's SBK: Snowboard Kids Walkthroughs.
Hint #3 - How're Your Mic Skills?
If any other players use items, you my be called upon to use your Nintendo DS's microphone to get out of trouble quickly. If you're fogged in,
you'll be told to blow into the microphone to clear it out. If you're put to sleep, you've be told to yell into the microphone at your snowboarder to
wake them up. If you don't use your microphone, these afflictions will go away on their own, but nowhere near as quickly.
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