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The lovely Lonely Mountains: Downhill has a Christmas event

Sleigh!

Brilliant indie biking game Lonely Mountains: Downhill has announced a festive event for the holiday season - and if you haven't played it yet, now's a good time to quickly tell you why.

Imagine a semi-open world Trials Evolution game on a constant downhill slope festooned with boulders, jumps, split paths and whole other routes to find. The only sounds while you play are your wheels on the loose stones, the wind and passing birdsong. It's wonderfully relaxing - with that Trials instant-retry mechanic should you mess up.

Well, now it has Christmas trees and presents to open in exchange for festive outfits:

"Arcade elegance meshes perfectly with a glorious wilderness," Christian Donlan wrote in Eurogamer's Lonely Mountains: Downhill review.

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