Parents' Guide to

Alto's Adventure

By Amanda Bindel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Stunning graphics bring snowboarding to endless runners.

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Is It Any Good?

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Kids say (5 ):

Alto's Adventure is an absolutely stunning endless runner. The snow-capped mountains are beautiful, and the sun sets and rises while Alto or the chosen character rides. Even the weather changes, with gorgeous lightning strikes lighting the night sky or a gentle rain falling on the mountain. The game itself presents new challenges to keep players engaged. The more tricks they complete, the more points they'll earn; the more levels they conquer, the more cool stuff they can do, including unlocking characters with new abilities and linking tricks together. With 180 objectives, it invites extended play. For the most part, the controls are accurate, but every once in a while a tap won't register, resulting in a crash. Also, sometimes tricks are completed in previous levels before they count toward an actual objective: For example, you might do a double backflip on level three, but it's not an official goal until level four. Overall, Alto's Adventure is a transporting adventure that will keep players engrossed for days.

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