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[[File:Kirby_Air_Ride_(N64).gif|thumb|Kirby racing in air mode]]Kirby Air Ride (known as Kirby Bowl 64 at the time) was originally in development during the early days of the Nintendo 64. It went through many changes during its elongated development period (it looked like a snowboard game for some time and rumors say that this photo could have somehow evolved into 1080°) before eventually being cancelled and then resurfacing on the GameCube in the form of a short video preview in March 2003 at the annual DICE summit in Las Vegas.
 
[[File:Kirby_Air_Ride_(N64).gif|thumb|Kirby racing in air mode]]Kirby Air Ride (known as Kirby Bowl 64 at the time) was originally in development during the early days of the Nintendo 64. It went through many changes during its elongated development period (it looked like a snowboard game for some time and rumors say that this photo could have somehow evolved into 1080°) before eventually being cancelled and then resurfacing on the GameCube in the form of a short video preview in March 2003 at the annual DICE summit in Las Vegas.

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Kirby Air Ride (N64)

Kirby racing in air mode

Kirby Air Ride (known as Kirby Bowl 64 at the time) was originally in development during the early days of the Nintendo 64. It went through many changes during its elongated development period (it looked like a snowboard game for some time and rumors say that this photo could have somehow evolved into 1080°) before eventually being cancelled and then resurfacing on the GameCube in the form of a short video preview in March 2003 at the annual DICE summit in Las Vegas.
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