Superflight Explores The Simple Pleasures Of Falling Down A Mountain
Sometimes, you don’t need much to be happy: huge, candy-colored mountains that stretch on seemingly forever, yourself, and gravity. These simple ingredients make Superflight one of the finest falling-down-a-mountain-simulators out there.
To put it into more dignified terms, developers Grizzly Games describe their first title as “an intense, easy to learn wingsuit game with an infinite number of beautiful procedurally generated maps.” Fair enough, but the point here remains that feeling of “aaaAAAAAaaaAAAaaA” when you’re hurling down the mountainside at breakneck speed, trying not to crash.
You see, just like in Dejobaan’s many-voweled base jumping game from a few years back, you gain points by staying close to the walls. There’s combos and leaderboards and secrets to be found, all of which lead to you taking immense risks over and over again. It’s a simple concept, well executed, and sometimes, that’s really all you need.