Adding a Day/Night cycle would be awesome to see skiers descending with lights
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Build your own ski resort and meet the expectations of challenging visitors in the ever-changing world of Snowtopia!
The alpha of Snowtopia is out and yours to play for free. Download it at the bottom of this page!!
Design the perfect ski resort
Design ski runs and build cable cars but also improve the resort and manage the workforce to attract ski lovers of all kind. Will you create a charming village or a sprawling network? That’s up to you!
Satisfy challenging visitors
In Snowtopia, the proper functioning of your station rely on the well-being of visitors. Choose wisely the ones you want to attract in your station and find a way to keep them happy!
Enjoy the surrounding mountains
Surrounded by stunning landscapes, take a break and enjoy the view. Snowtopia is a feelgood game that immerses you in an atmosphere between wild nature and wintry joy.
About the game
Snowtopia is a ski resort construction game with a hint of strategy and respect for the environment. It is intended for ski enthusiasts and tycoon players.
Support: PC (Windows, Mac, Linux)
Release date: to be announced
- Build and manage your ski resorts
- Trace trails and place lifts
- Unlock challenging skier profiles
- Design the ski area and allocate the workforce
- Maintain balance within the mountain
- Improve facilities and specialize your stations
About the team
Snowtopia is the work of Tea for Two, an independent studio based in Paris, France. The core team is led by Garry Williams (Programmer, ex-Ubisoft and Electronic Arts) and Anne Lautrou (Producer, ex-educator and sustainable development consultant), both keen skiers – whenever they find the time! – and big fans of tycoon game.
They are backed by a solid team of freelancers and by Blueprint, the collective they co-founded in 2016.
- Main developer: Garry Williams
- Producer: Anne Lautrou
- Artist: Arthur Bourdot, Théo Jacquemin
- Game designer: Julien Barbe
- Marketing specialist: Yannick Elahee
- Additional help: Judicaelle Live Lun, Benjamin Frydman, Antonin Ferret, Clément Grenier, Claire Bléhaut, Gabrielle Williams
Please consider remapping the inputs with the Unity launcher, as there it's currently not possible to change input while in the game.
The Linux version is currently untested, apologies.
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I fund a small bug with people counter, wich are displayed on 2 lines when it comes to long numbers like 2778
The game is fun and I enjoy it but I found a bug that you might want to fix. When you place the path that lets skiers go down it will sometimes allow you to have the house on the path. The smaller rocks also do the same thing.
When you have to many skiers the game tends to freeze for me. At first it was running well but the more I got the more it started to lag.
I would recommend looking into unity's job system.
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Not sure what I did but I appear to have some bugged skiers - I suspect they maybe were heading to a slope which I destroyed and now the AI doesn't know what to do, they all stop right where the junction had been.
i wish there was more than the beginners guide but! still enjoyed myself
The game looks great so far, this is a fantastic concept! Even in this early stage, the game is still very fun to play. However, I am having performance issues with the game freezing every few seconds (i7 8750h, GTX 1070).
Hi! Tanks for the nice feedback :) About the freezing, we'll see what we can do. Definitively have to fix it!
The game looks great! But, when i try to play the camera starts spinning and wont stop.
Hi! did you try to reboot the game ? Is it rotating every time you start the game ? And also, did you try remapping the controls for camera rotation? Sorry it happens, you're at least the second person this issue happened to so we'd really like to find a solution.
I love it. It has a great foundation to work on, nice aesthetics and is a joy to fiddle around with.
I hope you'll keep working on this, i'd be happy to support it.
Thanks! we really love working on this game and with all the nice feedback we get, we won't stop, for sure :D