Lonely Mountains: Downhill, Bike Game Seeks Votes On Greenlight
(Last Updated On: May 19, 2017)

Lonely Mountains: Downhill is a breath of fresh air for Greenlight standards given that it has no stolen assets and it’s made from the ground up by indie devs at Megagon Industries. The low-poly downhill racing game is set to hit PC via Steam in early/mid 2018.

I know, some of you were probably thinking that this is another asset scam Greenlight game, but much to my surprise the devs actually built this rag-doll racing game from scratch. This is a big achievement for a Greenlight game in that most entries are a collection of stolen 2D or 3D props so that they can make a quick buck and then abandoned the project.

I’m not sure if the devs will stick around, but if they do I could see Lonely Mountains: Downhill being a pretty solid game at releases. It mixes physics and low-poly designs to make a simple yet complex downhill racer.

“Just you and your bike – take it on a thrilling ride down an unspoiled mountain landscape. Make your way through thick forests, narrow trails and wild rivers. Race, jump, slide and try not to crash – all the way from the peak to the valley!”

Lonely Mountains sparks memories of the speed-score segment of Paper Boy for the Sega Genesis, which I think more games like Paperboy is not a bad thing. However, you can be the judge of that and see whether or not Lonely Mountain: Downhill is something worth being Greenlit courtesy of the video trailer by Megagon Industries.

As a heads-up, the gameplay shown above reflects pre-alpha footage. This means that the game will likely see changes graphically when 2018 rolls around as well as enhanced physics.

You can either vote or find out more information regarding Lonely Mountains: Downhill by heading on over to Steam Greenlight or lonelymountains.com.


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