The laid-back, minimalist skateboarding game The Ramp launched on PC via Steam. Its creator is inflexible: there is no new content on the horizon.
First solo project of Paul Schnepf (Islanders and Superflight), The Ramp is a minimalist skateboarding game that came to look good on Steam on August 3, 2021, where it sells for € 4.99.
A minimalist and relaxed skate game
Described as Super chill digital skate toy More than a video game, it is about making figures while letting yourself be carried away by the flow of the relaxing OST. A refined experience, clearly in the vein of city-building islanders, who will offer four levels at launch, ranging from a classic half tube to a multi-story jump ramp.
A title with relaxing ambition, which is based on game that is easy to learn but more complex to master and designed for short gaming sessions in chillax mode. Right here, no content to unlock, without sheet music or sensational embellishments, everything will be available immediately. So the ramp will focus on skateboarding, relaxation and that’s it.
No new content on the horizon
Y Paul Schnepf allow yourself a few days off after launching The ramp, you will get back to work on your game right away. In a post on the game’s Steam page, the creator explains that it will perform some life-saving changes for the game, in particular to make it more accessible, but thatno additional content planned.
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