[News] Lonely Mountains: Downhill physical Nintendo Switch Edition

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Super Rare Games have just added another great Nintendo Switch indie to their ever-growing physical release catalogue. In a time where we are still being asked to stay at home, we can at least take respite in the countryside with physics-based racer – Lonely Mountains: Downhill.

Partnered with Megagon Industries and Thunderful Games this will mark the first time the game has been made available to purchase IRL and will be garnished with the usual Super Rare Games extravaganza of quality. All of the current content will be included on the cart alongside exclusive artwork and trading cards. A must for any #SwitchCorps fan!

And now for the Tour de SuperRare, you are going to want to don that ill-fitting spandex pretty swiftly and get those digits ready to be in with a chance of snagging this release. In the usual tradition, only 5,000 copies will be printed worldwide at a retail cost of approx. £27 (+ tax and shipping).

Lonely Mountains: Downhill will be on sale from February 18th at 6 PM GMT (10 AM PT/1 PM ET) exclusively at superraregames.com.


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From the developer:

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!


For more detail visit the official Nintendo eShop here.


Lonely Mountains: Downhill - Launch Trailer - Nintendo Switch


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