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Alto's Adventure is another one of those 'endless running' type of games, except you're on a snowboard and you have to rescue the Llamas that have escaped. The story is very simple and the controls even simpler, simply tap the screen to jump or hold to start doing a flip, which can end up as a trick. I played the game for a while, it was fun, but it didn't really draw me in too much to be honest.

Kudos to the developers for making this game pay-once without any freemium aspect. For a $1.99 on the iTunes Store this game is your's to play without spending a penny more.

I quite liked the artwork and style of this game, it's clean and crisp and doesn't pretend to be what it is not. There are day/night cycles too so the generated landscaped don't get boring and monotonous. There are plenty of challenges as well, from giant hills to try and pull tricks off to cliffs that will send you falling to your doom.

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