Roll7's skateboarding hit OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood launches on PC, Mac and Linux on 11th August priced Ł10.99.

OlliOlli2's Steam page is live now. It'll also be available on GOG and Humble.

OlliOlli2 came out on PlayStation 4 and Vita in March, and reviewer Will Freeman enjoyed it very much indeed for our review.

"Cautious as its updates initially seem, it is another superb twitch game, obsessed with the currencies of difficulty, speed and score," he wrote.

"Best of all, it manages to capture so much of the movement and feel of skateboarding without ostracising players who have never touched a board in real life."

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