Certainly, there may have been a four-month space between iOS and Android release, but Alto's Odyssey is finally here and it was well worth the wait. Like the original Alto's Adventure, this sequel is also a relaxing endless runner that contains a beautiful aesthetics and many unique goals to complete.
Such big holes in between iOS and Android releases can often take the wind out of the sails for some shots around a game. I see it all the time. By this time, those who were keen to play Alto's Odyssey had a chance to do it on a competing platform. Even I could not resist and have had a blast on my iPad in the past five months. This can make it harder to buy the game again, which is why I appreciate the fact that Alto's Odyssey is free to play on Android. Each of us can download the game to see how it plays without leaving the pocket.
The game is basically the same as it was in the original Alto's Adventure. Touch the screen to jump and hold it to start a flip. The longer you survive and the more goals you complete, the better. When you complete these goals, you will earn money in the game, which can then be used to purchase useful power-ups.
This does not mean there are no new features to be excited about. There is a new Zen mode for those who prefer the simplicity of a real endless runner. There is no score, no coins, and no startup. It's just you and an endless desert. Of course, one of the most notable changes is all the new environments. Instead of getting stuck in a winter wonderland, you can now explore deserts, beaches, canyons and temples.
Despite free listing, they included the purchases in the app not bad at all. They range from $ 0.99 to $ 9.99 and you do not have to pay for any of them to enjoy the game. Now, if you want to support the developer, I would at least suggest using $ 1
Google Play Games Services is included, so you can expect to find top lists and achievements, but unfortunately it does not support cloud saving. If you delete the game or install it on a secondary device, start from the beginning.
It's no surprise that Alto's Odyssey is a fantastic endless runner. The first one was a good success and this follow-up polished everything you loved about the original. It also helps it has been available on iOS for months. Plenty of reviews are already written, and each one of them is glowingly positive. We knew this would be a hit before that country on Android, and despite a lower amount of buzz around our release, it's totally worth picking up all the same.