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I’ve seen a couple reviews about the wingsuit activating and deactivating randomly. Let’s clear that up. The wingsuit is toggled through 3D Touch, so when you press hard on the screen it toggles it. There’s also a setting under Settings to turn this behavior off. There will also be a button on the right side of the screen that also toggles it, so turning off the setting will not stop you from using the wingsuit. (The wingsuit is available after level 30, so if the setting isn’t there when you start, maybe it’ll appear once you unlock the wingsuit.) I wish Snowman would reply to the reviews to clear their name, but it doesn’t look like that will happen. That being said, of course I think Alto’s Adventure is a beautiful game. I’m not usually very fond of arcade-like games, but this one has stuck with me for a long time. You’ve probably already heard of the graphics/artwork. It’s also a well-polished game and feels good to play, especially with friends. Look out for new games by Snowman because the previews on their website look good. Development for those games was probably funded by this game’s sales.
This game is awesome!! The graphics and the story is amazing! However there’s still a minor detail that has to be a thing. So, in the stickers of Altos Adventure, you can see that there are other characters. But there isn’t any mode to change your character. So why are there those people in the stickers? Maybe you actually can change the character and I’m just being stupid. I don’t honestly know. Also, when you get to the police part, it gets a little intense. He’s so ridiculously fast I always get caught. Please, please maybe lower his speed and make a setting to change your character. (Or don’t make a setting if you already did.) Acknowledge this review. I still love this game.
I am mostly enjoying this reboot of Alto’s Adventure, a game I also enjoyed a few years ago but feel that the extent of the changes seem somewhat more hyped than real. I like the new biomes with their distinct features, but there were also different terrains in the old game and I hope that more biomes will be added as we go along. Similarly, it would be nice to have new riders in addition to the ones from AA. The use of balloons and wall grinds is new, clever and fun. My main complaint is that the “tips” that appear at the inevitable end of each run get old very fast (especially to someone already familiar with the general game play) and are now very irritating. There should be a way to say “do not show again”. I’ve taken to switching to various foreign languages to reduce the annoyance of the endless repetition of useless “advice”, but it is an imperfect solution. A minor flaw is that the color of text and of the background sometimes are too similar for legibility - that should be fixed.
I loved this game until you had to unlock the wingsuit. Once unlocked you have to use it and it activates all by itself. It has caused me to crash so many times while trying to do backflips off of grinds and other big jumps. There really needs to be a way to deactivate it. I barely play the game anymore because of this agitating ability. The previous review was from a year ago and I still feel the same way. I attempted to give the game another try; the wing suit completely ruins the game. The fact that if I have the wingsuit available for use and I am in the middle of trying to do a flip, the wingsuit will simply activate. There is no need for the incessant ability that activates itself. It forces it functionality upon the user, ultimately taking away a user based interaction. The fact that it’s such a fundamental part of the game and that it is embedded into the game without any warning with regard to game play and rider functionality is a joke and ruins this potentially incredible game.
Let me just add my glowing review to all the others. This is the most unique app game I have ever played. It’s just lovely. It’s exciting at times yet always serene. I was already planning on a five star review, and that was before I realized there is a Zen mode. It was also before I realized you can upgrade and buy things with your coins to help you get through the quests a bit easier. The music is absolutely perfect for this game. It’s also easy to play and figure out, but the quests get progressively more difficult without being overwhelming or frustrating. Zen mode is so nice if you just want to zone out peacefully for a few minutes. This is a game that I will come back to again and again!
Developed by the Snowman.
Alto's Adventure has 1 627 user reviews.
Alto's Adventure has an average rating of 4.6.
The latest version of Alto's Adventure (1.6.4) was released on Feb 24, 2020.
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Above the placid ivory snow lies a sleepy mountain village, brimming with the promise of adventure.
"A piece of interactive art"
"Best of 2015" and "15 Most Beautiful Games"
"Favorite Apps of 2015"
– The New York Times
"One of the best mobile games"
– The Verge
"Alto's Adventure demands your attention"
"2015 Game of the Year"
– Product Hunt
"Best 2D Visual Experience"
– 2015 Unity Awards Finalist
of the best-looking games on the App Store"
“The visuals really are incredible”
– Red Bull
"Best Looking Video Games of 2015"
"Wonderfully tranquil and beautiful"
"Best iPhone apps of 2015"
"I couldn't let Alto's Adventure slide by me"
"Alto’s Adventure for iOS may be the most beautiful endless runner you’ve ever played"
– The Next Web
"Pristine and refined"
– LA Times
"An engaging, relaxing, and beautiful experience."
"Satisfies the soul"
"Alto's Adventure is the endless runner matured"
"Alto’s Adventure is remarkably soothing"
– The New York Observer
"Favorite game of the year"
"A joyous experience"
"One of my favorite games"
"Alto is lovely"
"It’s seriously stunning"
"Alto's Adventure is a brilliant mobile game"
"A beautiful visual experience"
"An elegant ride down nature's greatest landmarks"
– Kill Screen
"A compelling game to play"
– The Washington Post
"Every inch of this game is visually impressive and delightfully charming"
– Business Insider
Join Alto and his friends as they embark on an endless snowboarding odyssey. Journey across the beautiful alpine hills of their native wilderness, through neighbouring villages, ancient woodlands, and long-abandoned ruins.
Along the way you'll rescue runaway llamas, grind rooftops, leap over terrifying chasms and outwit the mountain elders – all while braving the ever changing elements and passage of time upon the mountain.
• Fluid, graceful and exhilarating physics-based gameplay
• Procedurally generated terrain based on real-world snowboarding
• Fully dynamic lighting and weather effects, including thunderstorms, blizzards, fog, rainbows, shooting stars, and more
• Easy to learn, difficult to master one button trick system
• Chain together combos to maximize points and speed
• Test your skills with 180 handcrafted goals
• Discover six unique snowboarders, each with their own special attributes and abilities
• Challenge your friends with Game Center. Compete for best high score, best distance, and best trick combo!
• Acquire the wingsuit from Izel’s workshop for an entirely new gameplay dynamic
• Beautifully minimalist and evocative visual design
• Original music and handcrafted audio for an ambient and immersive experience (headphones recommended!)
• Universal app with iCloud support. Play on your iPhone and iPad and your progress will always be in sync.
Alto’s Adventure is a premium game with no ads or in-app purchases.
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