Curve Digital and Hugecalf Studios have announced that When Ski Lifts Go Wrong is out now on Nintendo Switch, news that was shared in today’s Indie Highlights presentation.
In this icy, low-poly physics puzzler, you must build ski-themed courses, constructing chairlifts, gondolas and ramps in the hop to help skiers, boarders and snowmobile drivers to the finish line without them tumbling to a premature death after landing face first in the snow.
“When Ski Lifts Go Wrong features some of the most realistic physics around, much to the chagrin of all the virtual skiers we tortured to perfect this,” explains Hugecalf Studios producer and game designer Jonny Hughes. “After more than two years of development, we’re constantly finding new ways to torment the denizens of these doomed slopes.”
“Seeing the response When Ski Lifts Go Wrong has had on Early Access has us stoked to release it not only on Steam, but Switch as well,” adds Curve Digital publishing director, Simon Byron. “We’d recommend maybe not playing it on a ski lift though.”
When Ski Lifts Go Wrong is now available on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide, priced at £14.99 (€14.99/$14.99) with a 15 percent launch discount.