Embark on an endless snowboarding trip with Alto and his friends. Travel through the beautiful mountains and hills of the pristine wilderness, through neighboring villages, ancient woodlands, and long-abandoned ruins.
Along the way, you will rescue the runaway llama, smooth the roof, cross the terrible cracks and outwit the elders on the mountain while braving the ever-changing elements of the mountain and the passage of time.
I have seen some comments about the random activation and deactivation of wings. Let us figure it out. The wings are switched via 3D Touch, so when you press hard on the screen, it switches it. There is another setting under settings to turn off this behavior. There will also be a button on the right side of the screen to switch it, so turning off the settings will not prevent you from using wings. (The wingsuit is available after level 30, so if you didn’t set it at the beginning, it may appear after you unlock the wingsuit.) I hope the Yeti can reply to the comment to clear their names, but it doesn’t seem to happen.
Having said that, I certainly think Alto’s Adventure is a beautiful game. I usually don’t like arcade games, but this game has bothered me for a long time. You may have heard of graphics/artwork. This is also a well-polished game, and it feels good to play, especially with friends. Keep an eye out for Yeti’s new game, because the preview on their website looks good. The development of these games may be funded by the sales of this game.
I like this game until you have to unlock the wingsuit. After unlocking, you must use it and it will activate itself. It caused me to fall many times while trying to backflip from grinds and other big jumps. There really needs to be a way to deactivate it. Because of this exciting ability, I almost stop playing games.
The previous comment was one year ago, and I still feel the same. I tried to try again; the wingsuit completely ruined the game. In fact, if I have a wingsuit available and I am trying to perform a flip, the wingsuit will simply activate. The ability to constantly self-activate is not required. It imposes functionality on users, and ultimately deprives user-based interactions. In fact, it is an essential part of the game, and it is embedded in the game without any warnings about gameplay and rider features, which is a joke that ruins this possibly incredible game.
Alto’s adventure is so fun! I just got the game a few days ago and I can’t stop playing it. Definitely a 5-star rating. I once played this game on a sample phone in the Apple Store, and then I found it on the App Store and knew I had to get it. It’s totally worth 5 yuan. While riding on the beautiful snow-capped mountains, you are trying to catch the escaped llama. The graphics are amazing and didn’t even start me listening to music. I like this music! There are missions and props, and even Zen mode, just like practice mode, you will never die. I would definitely recommend this game, but I have not tried Alto’s Odyssey.
Alto’s Odyssey is a premium game with no ads or in-app purchases. Buy once, play forever.
• Independent experience. Alto’s Odyssey is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Alto’s Adventure, but you don’t need to play one to enjoy the other.
• Easy to learn but difficult to master. The core of the Alto series is an elegant one-click technique system. Connect combos in tandem and complete 180 goals-all through intuitive controls.
• Explore biomes. From sand dunes, canyons to temples, explore the rich and diverse landscapes, each area has its own unique visual effects and gameplay.
• The newly discovered height. Explore the secrets of the sky in hot air balloons, moving mill rails, and riding walls.
• Master the elements. In addition to dynamic lighting and weather effects such as sandstorms and meteors, the desert is also home to whirlpools and turbulent waters.
• Meet Alto and friends. Unlock six unique characters, each with its own attributes and abilities.
• Zen mode. Equipped with its own quiet soundtrack, this relaxed mode distills the Odyssey into the purest element: no scores, no coins, and no energy boost. Only you and the endless desert.
• Photo mode. On the pause screen, walk behind the camera to take amazing photos of your journey through the desert. Pinch, slide, pan, and zoom to compose the ideal shot and share it with friends and family.
• Original music and handmade audio. Headphone recommendation!
• Universal applications that support iCloud. Play games on your iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV, and your progress will always be in sync.
Alto’s Adventure is my favorite mobile game of all time, in my opinion, it is basically a perfect game. Alto’s Odyssey should be a better game because it is essentially just an improved version of the previous game. However, I immediately noticed that this game has a serious problem, it makes me not like playing it at all. Although Alto’s Adventure works perfectly on my iPhone 6s, making it a wonderful Zen experience, Alto’s Odyssey does not work at all on my phone. It keeps failing and cannot achieve anything close to a smooth frame rate. There is nothing satisfying to play a game in this state, which is a shame because it should be as satisfying as playing Alto’s Adventure. Needless to say, I am very disappointed with this, and I may not open the game again until the game is optimized better or there is an optional lower graphics setting that runs better. I know the creator wants to improve the graphics of this new game, and my phone is not the latest model, so maybe I shouldn’t expect it to work perfectly. But this game was advertised as a compatible phone as early as the iPhone 5s, and my model is only 2 years old, so I should be able to safely assume that it will run well on my phone. I kind of feel like I’m wasting my money here, but I still rate it 3 stars, because I’m pretty sure if (hopefully when) it is better optimized, it will be a perfect game.
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