About This Game
In When Ski Lifts Go Wrong, you start in the rolling foothills and journey up to the jagged and exposed peaks. Puzzle over carefully designed scenarios to help every passenger reach their destination. Realistic physics means realistic disasters.
Build varied facilities and deal with rope tensions, control your riders across the perilous terrains, whether or not they meet peril is up to you!
OVER 100 CHALLENGING LEVELSConstruct various facilities and infrastructures such as chairlifts, gondolas, jumps, bridges and ramps. Build increasingly impressive structures as you progress through the varied campaign using your materials wisely. Cutting corners will save money, but it may compromise passenger safety with hilarious consequences!
ORIGINAL PHYSICS PUZZLESJump into the fabulous role of a mountain resort engineer and master the ropes physics; learn the stresses and strains that will impact all the different types of structures that you’ll build. Change between Build Mode and Simulation Mode whenever you want.
EXTREME SPORTSAfter the construction - enjoy some sports! From Winter to Summer activity, try snowboarding, skiing, motorbiking, peddling and more…Take control of your riders and feel the mountain air to give them an extra nudge towards their destination and claim that coveted Number One leaderboard spot.
TOP OF THE ROPESKeep an eye on your budget and tick off all the bonus objectives to be at the top of the online leaderboards. Grab all the trophies and enjoy puzzles from simple green to extreme black difficulty.
SANDBOX BUILDER MODEOnce you’ve mastered the slopes of When Ski Lifts Go Wrong, create your own in the easy-to-use level builder where your only limit is your imagination.
STEAM WORKSHOPTest your engineering skills against creations from the rest of the community.
SOCIAL SHARINGJump in head first and share your proudest or most disastrous replays with the community with the inbuilt gif and mp4 exporter that makes it easy to share your replays and creations online.
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