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When Ski Lifts Go Wrong Trailer

Ever sit in a ski lift and contemplate what sort of mishaps might occur with so many people zipping around above the ground on high-tension cables? Then Curve Digital and Hugecalf Studios have you in mind with When Ski Lifts Go Wrong, their low-poly physics puzzler currently in Early Access on Steam. They now announce the game will be officially released early next year, and celebrate the news with this trailer which show off what happens when ski lifts do indeed go wrong. Here's word:

Curve Digital and Hugecalf Studios have partnered up to lift low-poly physics puzzler, When Ski Lifts Go Wrong, out of Steam Early Access and send it skidding onto Nintendo Switch™ in early 2019. When Ski Lifts Go Wrong mixes construction with destruction, sending hapless skiers, boarders and snowmobiles across perilous courses, and sometimes to their deaths.

When Ski Lifts Go Wrong is an evolution of the title previously known as ‘Carried Away’. Curve Digital has changed the name in preparation for the full launch early next year, which will see more stages and new vehicles. There’ve been a number of improvements since the successful Early Access began, such as a complete UI overhaul, players having more control over the riders and extra buckets of polygonal blood (look, it’s a square bucket, okay?). Even more features are planned for the final Nintendo Switch™ and PC launch early next year.

Check out the all new trailer showing the ways in which cute, digital skiers will meet their bitterly cold ends in When Ski Lifts Go Wrong.

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