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Snow Bros.

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Platform: Arcade
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More Platforms: Genesis, NES

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Snow Bros. review

Reviewed December 15, 2003

Marc Golding says: "Nick and Tom are snowmen. They wear little hats on the backs of their heads, and are dressed down, trailer park style in overalls, with no shirts. The two always smiling wonders have a daunting task on their plates - no less than 50 levels of one-screen-at-a-time action demands conquering, and the monsters patrolling each one-level screen or 'floor', have only one mission in life, and that's snowman homicide. "
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