Alto's Odyssey

Alto's Odyssey

By Snowman

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-02-21
  • Current Version: 1.0.4
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 190.44 MB
  • Developer: Snowman
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 2,240 Ratings


Just beyond the horizon sits a majestic desert, vast and unexplored. Join Alto and his friends and set off on an endless sandboarding journey to discover its secrets. Soar above windswept dunes, traverse thrilling canyons, and explore long-hidden temples in a fantastical place far from home. Along the way, you’ll grind across vines, bounce atop hot air balloons, ride towering rock walls, and escape mischievous lemurs – all while uncovering the desert’s many mysteries. Features: • A standalone experience. Alto’s Odyssey is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed Alto’s Adventure, but you don’t need to have played one to enjoy the other. • Easy to learn, difficult to master. At the heart of the Alto series is an elegant one-touch trick system. Chain together combos, and complete 180 goals — all with intuitive controls. • Explore Biomes. From the dunes, to the canyons, to the temples, explore a rich and diverse landscape, with each area boasting unique visuals and gameplay. • Newfound heights. Discover secrets in the sky with hot-air balloons, moving grind rails, and wall riding. • Master the elements. In addition to dynamic lighting and weather effects like sandstorms and shooting stars, the desert is home to swirling wind vortexes and rushing water. • Meet Alto and friends. Unlock six unique characters, each with their own attributes and abilities. • Zen Mode. Complete with its own serene soundtrack, this relaxing mode distills Odyssey down to its purest elements: no scores, no coins, and no power-ups. Just you and the endless desert. • Photo Mode. From the pause screen, get behind the lens and take stunning photos of your trip through the desert. Pinch, swipe, pan and zoom to frame the ideal shot, and share them with friends and family. • Original music and handcrafted audio. Headphones recommended! • Universal app with iCloud support. Play on your iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV, and your progress will always be in sync. Alto’s Odyssey is a premium game with no ads or in-app purchases. Purchase once, play forever.



  • 2 gripes

    By Jake el Snake
    Overall fun but 2 issues. 1. I’ve had the goal “wallride to backflip across a chasm” for over 2 weeks. That situation hasn’t presented itself once. Please include the ability to actually complete goals 2. Too often it feels like you need to choose between tricks and coins. Coins are often placed on downward slope of a hill, so you have to decide between getting trick points/speed or coins
  • Waaaaaay too frustrating

    By stevo444
    Well the one star review I left yesterday has somehow been removed so yeah that happened. Not worth your money. I payed for it and I’m not one who likes to waste their money but I’m on the verge of deleting this thing. The goals become ridiculously hard after a while. “Survive all day” really?! How does that kind of constraint make for a fun and relaxing experience? Spoiler alert it doesn’t! That and dozens of little things make you want to throw your iPhone/iPad against the wall. Just read the other negative reviews. Most of the 5 stars are probably either fake or the players are on some serious mood inhibitors. There is a “zen” mode which I finally found after a week. You have to click a barely visible arrow on the right side of the screen to access it. But there are no goals so no point. The developers need to find a middle ground between zen and insane.
  • Best $4.00 ever spent!

    By Yoboicheesy
    Wow just wow this is one of the best, most visually impressive games I have played all year. The graphics are stunning, the game mechanics are on point, and the whole experience is so intuitive. If you’re wondering which version of Alto is better, this one by far, is the better pick as it’s graphics are out of this world. Thanks for making an incredible gaming experience!
  • A Beautiful Game

    By Sqauck
    Alto’s Odyssey is a true diamond in the rough. In the era of 5-minute-to-create, hyper-casual games with in app purchases testing your parsimony, it’s a good thing to see a game like this. Just looking at the screenshots, you can tell it’s a work of art. And it’s fun to boot!
  • Recommendation for change.

    By jblack913
    Simple: switch the placement of the photo button with the restart button. Too many time I’ve restarted instead of resume.
  • great! but i need help PLEASE

    By jgjgjgjgjgjgjg
    i love love love this game! it’s so pretty and fun and entertaining i’ve been playing for months. right now i’m on level 49 and i’m having a lot of trouble w the 4 balloon bounce, even tho i’ve done it tons of times before. on my friends phone, he often has the option to pay coins to skip a level or get a revive after a level (he has an android) but on my apple phone (8) i don’t have either options nor have i ever. i REALLY need to skip this level and i’m playing the game less now bc i’m so frustrated and i want to move to the next level. please help!
  • Too Reliant on Probability

    By Gentleman George
    There’s no doubt that Alto’s Odyssey is a well crafted, fluid and visually appealing game. It’s weakness lies in its dynamic gameplay. Every game and level are unique, with different scenarios and obstacles each time you play. Unfortunately, this means the player’s success is as highly dependent on luck as it is in skill. At a certain point, repetition becomes key to achieving goals but only if your patience doesn’t run out first. Good luck... you’re going to need it.
  • Alto

    By Fooliop
    This games is AMAZING!!!!!!!!!
  • Loved the First Alto, Loved this One Too

    By barndawgie
    This is a great game; Peaceful, addicting, and challenging by turns. Highly recommended for players of all stripes!
  • Really good except for a few key issues

    By Xtinextine
    First purchase from this developer but sad to say I’m a little disappointed :( Though the game truly is stunning, it becomes nearly unplayable during the night phase due to really low contrast. Additionally, it can be extremely difficult to discern rocks, making the game a bit more stressful/eye-straining than I’d like. With several other reviews stating the same, it makes me wonder if these concerns will ever be addressed. Otherwise a very enjoyable and relaxing experience :P