From the co-creator of ‘Islanders’ and ‘Superflight’
3rd August, Berlin, Germany – Developer Paul Schnepf aka Hyperparadise (best known as the co-founder of Grizzly Games, makers of Islanders and Superflight) is releasing his new project The Ramp on PC today. Described by Schnepf as a ‘digital skateboarding toy’, The Ramp will be available to download on Steam for $5.99/€4.99.
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Chill out, do tricks, and look damn cool. In The Ramp, players must focus their energy and go with the flow, listening to a chilled out soundtrack as they roam free across four wildly different levels – from a simple halfpipe to a multi-story jump ramp. With nothing to unlock, kill or collect, The Ramp aims to capture the delight of skateboarding in its purest form. Enjoy tons of flow and dive into satisfying unique skateboarding gameplay that is easy to learn and hard to master.
‘It’s always scary releasing your work into the world, but I’m super happy with how this one came out,’ said The Ramp creator Paul Schnepf. ‘It’s a small game, but I hope The Ramp can become your happy place!’
- Born to ride – A stripped-back experience that captures the essence of real life vert skateboarding.
- Board games – Fly, spin and grind through a choice of four levels, including an empty pool, a half pipe, and one humongous mega jump.
- All on the table – There are no points, levels or unlockables. Any trick can be performed at any time… provided you’ve got the skills.
- Pocket pedigree – Created by Paul Schnepf, co-founder of the studio that made Islanders and Superflight.
Hyperparadise is the alias of Berlin-based developer Paul Schnepf. Before going solo with The Ramp, Paul was part of the Grizzly Games team, helping to make hit indie titles like Superflight and Islanders – the latter currently standing with over 12,000 reviews and an ‘Overwhelmingly Positive’ rating on Steam. His own love of skateboarding inspired him to make The Ramp, which will be available on Steam from today, August 3rd.