You're in luck. It looks like Alto's Adventure has a native Mac version! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id1287752517?mt=12&ign-mpt=uo%3D4
However, let's pretend you weren't so lucky, or you absolutely needed to play the Windows version. Virtualbox, unfortunately, has very limited support for 3D Acceleration, which is needed by most video games. This is why (among other things) Parallels and VMWare are able to charge so much for their paid solutions.
You can try Wineskin (or normal Wine), which works for some games. If Wine isn't compatible, your only options are unfortunately to either:
- Use Bootcamp
- Use a standard Windows PC
- Purchase Parallels or VMWare. (I'd recommend Parallels for performance)
Note that both Parallels and VMWare don't support DirectX 11 games, and incur a significant performance penalty. If either of these are dealbreakers, you have to go with options 1 or 2.
Sadly, running Windows software on macOS will always involve some level of compromise. If there was a perfect solution, developers wouldn't spend enormous amounts of money creating native mac versions.