If you remain in the state of mind for some mountain cycling enjoyable on the Switch, then you’re going to wish to take a look at Lonely Mountains: Downhill when it bunny hops onto Nintendo’s portable powerhouse in May. It was the winner of ‘Best Indie Game’ at the German Designer Awards and was chosen for ‘Excellence in Design’ at the 2020 IGF Awards, so it goes without stating that this is a rather charming game.
Here’s some information from journalism release to get you up to speed:
Trip any method you like– careless and fast or sluggish and cautious – and feel the excitement while advancing downhill. Lonely Mountains: Downhill is a mountain cycling game where it’s simply you and your bike with the goal of effectively getting downhill. There are difficulties to finish which unlock new routes and mountains, and leaderboards for those who wish to master the mountainous surface and reach the base with the fastest timepossible Players can also take their time and check out the mountains to discover concealed rest locations.
Lonely Mountains: Downhill features sixteen routes to master situated throughout 4 various mountains. There are 5 extra bikes readily available which can be completely personalized to fit the gamer’s character. Train your abilities day and night, enhance your put on the leaderboards and eventually compete with the very best riders on the planet in the dangerous Free Trip mode. Prepare for the most extreme or peaceful flight of your life– the mountain is yours to dominate.
Lonely Mountains: Downhill launches on the Switch eShop for $1999/ EUR1999 on 7th May. Are you going to be inspecting this one out?