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When Ski Lifts Go Wrong (Incl. Early Access)When Ski Lifts Go Wrong (Incl. Early Access)

Platform

Steam

Region

WORLDWIDE

Language

Multilanguage

Short description

A skiing themed construction game; packed full of creative challenges and hilarious disasters! Build chairlifts, gondolas, and jumps to guide your riders away from (or towards if you feel like it) peril!
About this product

It’s time to get carried away with the deliriously fun bloody puzzle physic construction game When Ski Lifts Go Wrong; packed full of creative challenges and hysterical disasters! Build chairlifts, gondolas, jumps and ramps to guide your passengers across all of the hazardous levels, whether or not they meet peril is up to you. Don’t miss out on the mayhem and add When Ski Lifts Go Wrong to your wishlist now.

Construct ski lifts, jumps and bridges from a range of materials to transport your passengers through each level. Become a master of the rope physics and learn the stresses and strains it will put on your all the different types of structures you will build.

In When Ski Lifts Go Wrong, you start in the rolling foothills and journey up to the jagged and exposed peaks. Puzzle over carefully designed scenarios to help every passenger reach their destination in a variety of mountain backdrops. Build increasingly impressive structures as you progress through the varied campaign but keep an eye on your budget. While cutting corners will save money and place you high on the online leaderboards, it may compromise the safety and comfort of your passengers with blood splattering consequences!!
If your design alone isn’t enough, turn to your skiing skills and take control of your individual passengers to give them that extra nudge towards their final destination and claim that coveted Number One spot.

Once you’ve mastered the slopes of When Ski Lifts Go Wrong, create your own in the easy-to-use level builder where only your imagination is the limit!
Customise your very own puzzles with the slope editor; then bring it to life with the procedural mountain generation tool and your choice of scenery and settings. Combine chairlifts and gondolas in a single level to reach the highest peaks, construct the terrain park of your dreams to practice your skiing tricks or make a killer obstacle course for you and your friends to (attempt and) navigate through.

Jump in head first and share your proudest or most disastrous replays with the community with the inbuilt gif and mp4 exporter that makes it easy to share your replays and creations online.
Or take to Steam Workshop to test your engineering skills against creations from the rest of the community.
Add to your Wishlist now to enjoy all of the miracles and/or catastrophe of When Ski Lifts Go Wrong.

System Requirements
Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1GB
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
Minimum:
  • OS: OS X 10.10
  • Processor: 2 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1GB
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
Minimum:
  • OS: TBC
  • Processor: TBC
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: TBC
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
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