PC - Windows
When Ski Lifts Go Wrong
Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots
About this game
Developer: Huge Calf Studios
Content Rating: N/A
Ride into a fun skiing themed construction puzzle game; packed full of creative physics-based challenges, sports and bloody disasters! Build chairlifts, gondolas, bridges and jumps to guide your riders away from (or towards if you feel like it) peril!
- OS: Windows 7
- Processor: 2 GHz
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: 1GB
- Storage: 500 MB available space
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Despite the logo giving the impression of a garish knock-off or mobile port, When Ski Lifts Go Wrong delivers some captivating simulation puzzling, with a light dusting of Excitebike helping to set it apart from the crowd. The UI and controls work very well on Switch and, although not being able to share or sample others’ creations online is disappointing, the base game works beautifully to provide a very enjoyable package if you’re after some rock solid, physics-based fun.
When Ski Lifts Go Wrong is a brightly colored exercise in balancing creativity and gleeful devastation. You get to choose how your patrons get from one end of a course to another by choosing the most elaborate or elaborately janky means to achieve your goal. For the adventurous parents who want to build with their kids, When Ski Lifts Go Wrong does have a gore filter to keep the bloody mayhem at a minimum.
When Ski Lifts Go Wrong is very much like Poly Bridge from Dry Cactus, and that’s no bad thing. Aside from those irksome technical issues, Ski Lifts Go Wrong stands very nicely alongside Poly Bridge and other physics-based puzzle games of the same ilk. If you enjoy a good challenge – and a good amount of silliness – you’ll certainly get a kick out of this.