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One of the most beloved mobile games ever is getting a sequel

One of our favorite mobile games ever is Alto’s Adventure, the gorgeously designed side-loaded skiing game from BuiltBySnowman.

Amid lovely landscapes flowing endlessly from day to night, and accompanied by an equally zen soundtrack, Alto must make jumps, collect coins and rescue runaway llamas until he comes unstuck.



Now the makers have announced Alto’s Odyssey for 2017, although they’re giving very little away about what the new adventure will entail.

Judging by the teaser shot (above), it appears as if Alto’s going to be venturing beyond the natural habitat.

“But the time has come for something new. The next adventure awaits now, just beyond the horizon,” said the company, revealing it has been working on the sequel since before the original hit the respective app stores.

When we first reviewed Alto’s Adventure, then an iOS exclusive, back in early 2015, it earned a 9/10 review and also made our list of the best Apple TV games in 2016.

We’re psyched for whatever the Odyssey has to offer.

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