Run, jump and climb as you avoid lethal obstacles to reach the summit!
Face numerous challenges in this exciting platformer as you help Sammy fulfill his dream of getting to the top and becoming a climber!
Mountain Climber: Frozen Dream is a platform game with superb 8-bit aesthetics and a touching story of self-improvement. A challenging game where every death is a lesson learned. Nobody ever said that climbing a mountain would be easy!
BECOME A CLIMBER:
● A touching story of self-improvement.
● 8-bit retro aesthetics.
● Jump, climb and even perform a one-touch dash, easy to play but intricate to master.
● Challenging levels, every death is a lesson.
PLEASE NOTE! Mountain Climber: Frozen Dream is free to play, but it contains items that can be purchased for real money.
Small bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Needs a little improvement but so beautiful!
It’s motivational in the sense of body positivity and showing that you don’t have to live up to any expectations but your own that you make. Also motivating in the way that you can do whatever you want as long as you have the will then you’ll find a way, and the music oh my goodness so mystical and soothing. All around beautiful and wonderful game I just had some issues with the controls so I kept failing over and over but again all around Gorgeous game keep up the great work Ruben♡
Developer Response ,
Hey TheWarriorOfTheNorth, Thank you so much for the kind words! I really appreciate your feedback and I'll keep it on mind. Kind Regards.
Too many ads
Pretty good game but the amount of advertising in the free version is obnoxious. Ads are inserted into the gameplay in three separate ways: banner ads, ads when you lose all your lives, and then randomly after any death. One of these might seem fair, especially the 30 second ad you have to watch after you lose all of your lives, but the other two—the banner ad that runs constantly on the bottom of the screen, and the random forced ads when you die (but haven’t lost all your lives yet)—are awful and annoying. One might see this and purchase the ad free version but this level of in game advertising is so reprehensible that not only will I not pay for the ad free version, but I will abandon the game entirely because I’m so soured by the grossness of the in game advertising. Why would a developer accept this level of adulteration to his game?
It’s just Celeste mixed with Ninjump
It rips its art style and game mechanics straight from Celeste, but without the decency to make it a good ripoff. Instead of an actual decent platformer like its “Inspiration”, it’s just an auto runner that rips off the dash mechanic. Not only does it rip off Celeste’s art style and mechanics, but the very first conversation in the game is also ripped straight from Celeste, with a bit of Undertale thrown in for whatever reason. Actually, they don’t only throw in an Undertale “reference” in the first conversation, but the death screen also seems suspiciously like the six souls or whatever.
Point is, it’s a shameless ripoff, and not even a fun one. It’s just a dime-a-dozen auto runner that’s been done a million times before in much better ways, which is also infested with ads. Just don’t get it.
- Ruben Pecellin
- 199.2 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- © 2018 Rubén Pecellin
- In-App Purchases
- Welcome Pack $3.99
- Life Ring $1.99
- Some light $0.99
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