Alto’s Adventure definitely lives up to the hype.
I’m well over my gaming obsessed years. Though I no longer immerse myself in the vast world of Morrowind, the one-more-turn of Heroes of Might & Magic, or the dream of managing my favourite team in Football Manager, I still enjoy the occasional well-made game.
In Alto’s Adventure, you play as a skier gliding downwards (fast) through the changing terrains and obstacles. I particuarly like the transition between the different time period throughout the day. Soundtrack that complements the gameplay is such a delight. Just like Threes with its mesmerizing soundtrack and whimsical sound effect, it basically occupies any nuggets of spare time I have. During commute, in between lunch time and all.
Before Alto’s Adventure came along, all that resides in my sole game folder are Threes, Letterpress and Two Dots. Not very exciting, I know. Alto’s Adventure will add some variety to this for sure.