Grand Mountain Adventure Wonderlands | Review

Grand Mountain Adventure Wonderlands | Review

In the past few days we have taken a sort of virtual ski week in the company of Grand Mountain Adventure Wonderlands, the title of Toppluva AB published by Microids that catapulted us into some snow-covered ski resorts. A fun, sometimes relaxed and sometimes more adrenaline-pumping experience, which we are finally ready to talk to you about.

We reviewed the game with the following PC:

GPU: Zotac RTX 3070 Twin Edge OC MOBO: Asus ROG STRIX Z370-F RAM: G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16GB DDR4 3200MHz CPU: Intel i5 8600k 3.6 GHZ SSD: Sabrent SSD 2TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Keyboard: ASUS ROG STRIX Scope TKL Deluxe Cherry MX Red Mouse : Razer DeathAdder V2 Mini Headphones: Logitech G930 Monitor: Samsung C27HG 70 Quad HD 144Hz HDR

Weekend in the snow

Grand Mountain Adventure Wonderlands is, as you can easily see in the images accompanying this review, an indie title with a view from above dedicated to those who are winter sports. All with a focus not so much on the competitions and races that we are used to seeing on TV, but rather on what are the fans' weekend releases. Here, therefore, that in the 12 maps available for the title we will find ourselves taking ski-lifts, descending from slopes together with more or less experienced skiers and, more generally, we will have to deal with settings that recall the main tourist resorts. , with lots of people taking breaks or entertaining on the track.

Fun and immediate

Keyboard or pad in hand, Grand Mountain Adventure Wonderlands is a title, as previously mentioned, extremely usable and immediate but not trivial. Despite the use of a small number of keys, mainly attributable to making our skier change direction or make him jump, the game manages to entertain and offer a more than satisfactory level of challenge in some particular route.

To continue in the game, and thus slowly unlock all the new locations, it is in fact necessary to complete as many challenges as possible to obtain an increasing number of ski passes. These ski passes are used not only to proceed from map to map, but also within the same location since they allow access to always different ski lifts and, consequently, to new areas with related challenges. Challenges ranging from the classic timed course, in which it is necessary to get to the end without missing a single door, to more varied ones, which require, for example, to make a jump of a given length within a given time.

Furthermore, the possibility of playing both locally and online with other players is excellent, perhaps some friends with whom to share a few hours on the snow, between snowboarding, skiing and fun.

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