Posts Tagged ‘nimbly games’

Free As A Bird: Altitude For All


When I let slip that Altitude was one of the games I was hiding in my Steam library, I was called, perhaps rightly, a monster. “Such a great little indie multiplayer game (which still has regular players even after a few years. That’s pretty rare)” said commenter Gnoupi. “That was a cracking little game” added LionsPhil. I’m sorry. I am a monster, though at least I have fewer games to scroll through now.

If you are not a monster and also fancy the sound of multiplayer 2D aerial combat (or is that how we define ‘not a monster’?), good news: Altitude is now free for everyone to download and play.

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Ratta Tatta Tatta Tatta: Altitude Demo

Space planes!

We’re smart people at RPS. We can spot when we’re being hoodwinked. And all credit to Nimbly Games for organising players of their game, Altitude, into emailing us to write about it. It worked. You can stop now.

Altitude is a multiplayer 2D plane combat game, as cartoony as you can get, letting players engage in online aerial battles that have more in common with a old side-scrolling shooter than with Crimson Skies.

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