Hike in Lonely Mountains: Downhill 60s inspired Daily Rides Season 13: Flower Power

Players who missed out on Season 6 of Daily Rides will have a second chance with a Lonely Mountains: Downhill season recap.

By SnowWhite, Posted 04 May 2022

Lonely Mountains: Downhill developer Thunderful and Megagon Industries have announced that players who missed out on Season 6 of Daily Rides will have a second chance with a season recap of the far-out Swinging Sixties-inspired Flower Power Daily Rides. The colorful flower patterns of the summer of love make a comeback in the game this season, bringing everyone even closer to nature. The update is now available on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam.


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Those looking to channel the wonderful vibes of the mountains will be thrilled by the variety of cool gear available to them:

- Take a trip back in the 60s with the Woodstock-themed costume!
- Jimmy outfit.
- Groove outfit.
- Players' bikes will get the Flower Power paint job.
- Unlock a second bag.

This is a daily leaderboard competition that spans many platforms. It will randomly choose a new path each day with new obstacles and gameplay variables. The four-week season has a fresh theme and cosmetic prizes that may be unlocked by players. In order to be a season-winner, players must have the necessary skills.

Initially released on October 23rd in 2019, Lonely Mountains: Downhill now has more than a million people playing it in its first year, making it a huge success (2.5 million as of December 2021). At the German Developer Awards, the game was named "Best Indie Game," while at the Poznan Game Arena, it was named "Best International Indie Game."

Lonely Mountains: Downhill is now available on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC (Steam and Microsoft Store), and Mac. If you're on the fence about buying Lonely Mountains: Downhill, you may try out the first route on the Sierra Rivera mountain by downloading the demo.
 

Asura Kagawa (@AsuraKagawa)
Editor, NoobFeed

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