Alto's Adventure

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.3
655K reviews
50M+
Downloads
Editors' Choice
Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

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.

Features:

• 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. 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!)

Reviews:

"A piece of interactive art"
– WIRED

"One of the best mobile games"
– The Verge

"Alto's Adventure demands your attention"
– IGN

"Best Looking Video Games of 2015"
– TIME
Updated on
Nov 2, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.3
603K reviews
Sava Bellinsky
October 20, 2023
I have played this game for years. It is an incredible experience. I have gotten to where I have unlocked every character and upgraded every item. I haven't downloaded it in a while. I picked it back up to discover the ads. This game was ad free for years and was a beautiful zen experience. The ads ruin it. I know ads make money, and the creators deserve revenue, but this game was untouched for a long time and felt like a welcome break from commercialism. The experience died with the ads.
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A Google user
February 4, 2020
Edit:2/3/2020 Game crashes when logged into google play. Had to uninstall as it nolonger works. The simplistic background, changing elements and music and natural sounds are all just breathtaking. Controls are easy and fluid. Love the fact you can challenge yourself or just chill to all of the games beauty in zen mode. Easy enough for any one to play. Fantastic stress relief and game period.
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Tang Corp.
June 4, 2023
The best "dashing" game out there. The atmosphere, music, sound design, and gameplay all culminate into a calming yet engaging experience that's perfect for a quick distraction, and a mobile game in general. The stuff shown here makes me wish a full-on game was made in this vein. The quest system is clearly only there to keep the game's shelf-life up, but you could enjoy the game well while ignoring any kind of "progression". The only reason I wouldn't get this is because a second one exists.
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What's new

Minor improvements and bug fixes.