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    Explore rocky mountain slopes with the bike – Lonely Mountains: Downhill arriving May 7th on Nintendo Switch

    Thunderful Publishing and Megagon Industries is bringing their award-winning Lonely Mountains: Downhill to the Nintendo Switch on May 7th. Lonely Mountains: Downhill is a low-poly style mountain biking game, which was released on PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4 on October 23rd, 2019.

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    Ride any way you like – reckless and fast or careful and slow – and feel the thrill while progressing downhill. Lonely Mountains: Downhill is a mountain biking game where it’s just you and your bike with the objective of successfully getting downhill. There are challenges to complete which unlock new trails and mountains, and leaderboards for those who want to master the mountainous terrain and reach the base with the fastest time possible. Players can also take their time and explore the mountains to find hidden rest areas.

    “Since we announced the game for the first time people have asked us for a Nintendo Switch version. So, we’re really happy that together with Thunderful and Retroid Interactive we can finally give them the opportunity to ride the Lonely Mountains on the go”

    Jan & Daniel, Megagon Industries

    Lonely Mountains: Downhill features sixteen trails to master located across four different mountains. There are five additional bikes available which can be fully customized to fit the player’s personality. Train your skills day and night, improve your place on the leaderboards and ultimately compete with the best riders in the world in the risky Free Ride mode. Get ready for the most relaxing or intense ride of your life – the mountain is yours to conquer.

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    Features:

    • TIGHT & INTUITIVE CONTROLS: A specially developed physics system enables
      fast and responsive controls. Carefully drop from boulder to boulder, sprint and jump
      over abysses or slide through muddy forest grounds. Playable with controller
      (recommended), keyboard and mouse.
    • TRAVEL TO THE LONELY MOUNTAINS: Ready to see the world? Different
      mountains await you on your adventure – each one featuring several trails. Ride
      along quiet mountain lakes, majestic forests or steep canyons to unlock new routes.
    • FIND YOUR OWN WAY DOWN THE MOUNTAIN: Play it safe and take a relaxing
      ride on the scenic route or take the risk and go cross-country. Find hidden resting
      places and discover secret shortcuts to find the fastest way into the valley.
    • EXPLORE AN UNSPOILED NATURE: Experience beautiful nature in a low poly
      style world unspoiled by men. No audience, no barrier tapes A rich and realistic
      sound backdrop lets you immerse yourself intensively in the world of the Lonely
      Mountains.
    • DIFFERENT MODES AND LEADERBOARDS: Unlock more difficulty modes that will
      challenge you. Ride from checkpoint to checkpoint with as few crashes as possible or
      try to get through the Free Ride Mode without a crash. Check your times on the
      leaderboard, compete with your friends or prove your speedrunning skills.
    • INDIVIDUALIZE YOUR RIDE: Choose your rider’s gender and looks. Unlock new
      bikes, paintwork and outfits. Each bike has different play values and characteristics.
      To get new customizations, create the best times or ride down the mountain without
      falling.
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