Alto’s Odyssey, the follow-up to Alto’s Adventure, is now available for Android.
Alto’s Odyssey released for iOS first, earlier in the year. The chill followup to Alto’s snowboarding adventure brings the game’s style and grace to the desert, with the addition of new environments, moves, and things to do.
It’s lovely. Seriously. Just, so lovely.
But if you have an Android mobile – as my wife and I both do – you’ve been looking enviously at Apple-owners. Now, the wait is over: Alto’s Odyssey is available now for Android devices.
Much like the first game, Alto’s Odyssey is free to play, but is add supported and contains in-app purchases for things like in-game currency and retries.
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