Alto’s Adventure could be my most-played game on iOS. I spent countless hours on flights getting lost in the serene landscape offered in the game. To me it’s a satisfying mix of adventure and mindless pleasure. The sequel is now available on iOS and it’s even better than the first. As Darrell explains here, the […]
"Alto's Odyssey" makes a number of enhancements to the successful formula set out by "Alto's Adventure" three years ago, resulting in an endless runner that will satisfy both players of the original and newcomers alike.
Although Snowman’s Alto’s Adventure quickly became a huge hit when it first debuted on the App Store in 2015, it wasn’t until later that year when it debuted on the Apple TV that I really got into it — the whole experience from visuals...Show More Summary
The developers of "Alto's Odyssey" have skewed toward supporting Apple's iPhone and iPad for several reasons, above all ease of development, a new interview reveals.
From Metal to differences with Android, Ryan Cash and Eli Cymet talk shop.
One of the best iPhone games finally has the sequel we've been waiting for. Alto's Odyssey, the long-awaited sequel to Alto's Adventure, hit the App Store this week, three years after the original became one of our favorite games ofShow More Summary
The idea behind the TouchArcade Game of the Week is that every Friday afternoon we post the one game that came out this week that we think is worth giving a special nod to. Now, before anyone goes over-thinking this, it doesn't necessarily mean our Game of the Week pick is the highest scoring game
It's been three years since Snowman, a tiny independent studio based in Toronto, launched Alto's Adventure on iOS devices. Back then, Snowman was three people -- Ryan Cash, Harry Nesbitt and Jordan Rosenberg -- and Alto's Adventure was their first real game. Show More Summary
Alto’s Odyssey is a completely stunning and serene runner, but it can also be a bit tricky. Check out these to try and keep your cool while playing this endless runner: Don’t focus too much on tasks [Read more]
Snowman returns to their breakout hit with Alto's Odyssey [$4.99], and while they don't veer too far from what worked in Alto's Adventure [$4.99], they still find room for a few surprises while maintaining the engrossing atmospheric experience of the original. It doesn't do enough new to change the minds of anyone that didn't like
It's yet another week in the never ending cycle of new games flooding the App Store, and as always we're here to round up the best of the lot. This week sees the release of a highly-anticipated follow-up to one of the App Store's all-time greats, and that is the beautiful Alto's Odyssey. One thing
Snowman's sequel to the already amazing Alto's Adventure from 2015 has finally arrived, and new tricks, new scenery and an amazing soundtrack make it worth the wait.
Today we’ve got details about the latest new iPad rumors, the first HomeKit baby monitor, and new apps including Alto’s Odyssey and Things 3.4. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play,...Show More Summary
Come to the dark side of the desert: We have sandboards. Tired of winter? So is Team Alto: The development team behind Alto's Adventure has traded the snow and ice of its original endless runner for sand, canyons, waterfalls, birds of...Show More Summary
The sequel to the critically acclaimed "Alto's Adventure," called "Alto's Odyssey," released this month after almost three years of development. The game builds on its predecessor's mechanics, but expands on them significantly whileShow More Summary
The end of February is closing in on us, the year of already melting by with loads of awesome iOS games coming out every day. When you throw the Nintendo Switch into the mix, there's just too many amazing games coming out to even keep up with, but we'll try! In the world of made
Alto's Odyssey takes everything you love about the first game and makes it even better, but this game is a lot deeper than a scenery change. I suspect Alto's Odyssey to be a staple in my mobile gaming collection for years to come. There...Show More Summary
Alto’s Adventure could be my most-played game on iOS. I spent countless hours on flights getting lost in the serene landscape offered in the game. To me it’s a satisfying mix of adventure and mindless pleasure. The sequel is now available on iOS and it’s even better than the first. Show More Summary
Alto's Odyssey is a really, really good game. If you don't believe me, you should definitely check out our review by clicking this link right here. It takes the ideas from the original Alto's Adventure, then subtly builds on them, creating something pretty damn special. [Read more]