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*** If you enjoy this game, please consider rating it! ***
[This is the iPad version. Incoboto Mini is available for iPhone and iPod Touch]
Featured in the App Store 'Best of 2012'
iPad Quality Index's #1 game (March 2012)
Kotaku Gaming App of the Week
G4 Game of the Week
Pocket Gamer Gold Award
"One of those rare iOS experiences that could only happen on this platform."
10/10 - App-score
"Don’t hesitate to take this journey"
4/4 - Slide To Play
"Incoboto is intelligent and subdued... as much an experience as it is a game."
4.5/5 - Touch Arcade
"Fall hopelessly in love with a boy and his sun"
"Intelligent, evocative, and strangely moving."
9/10 - Pocket Gamer
"A unique experience that really shines"
4.5/5 - Apple'n'apps
"It’s not quite like anything else in the App Store... a must buy"
4.5/5 - AppAdvice
When The Corporation causes all the suns to go out, a small boy named Inco and his strange friend, Helios, go on a galaxy-spanning quest to light the skies once more.
As they explore the planets they discover Grapples, Jetpacks, Teleports, Gravity Beams and other strange machines.
With its atmospheric ambient soundtrack and striking visuals, Incoboto is a moody, challenging, adventure-puzzler in the spirit of Portal and Ico.
What's New in Version 1.02.02
- Fix for occasional crash
I love this game. The humour, artwork, puzzles and general idea are great. It's even better when you know that it's just made by one man who (somehow) has made a game on par with the ones coming out of professional studios. I'd argue that it's actually better than most of them because of its charm and the little details that make it so captivating.
I'd highly recommend!
Am I missing something!
Game is OK but way over priced for what it is. Controls are cumbersome. Game play is a little tedious. Not a scratch on games like Eufloria and Osmos. Wish I hadn't bought it now.
This is a really gorgeous game. Very cute, slightly bleak but ultimately optimistic. It's great to find a game where you feel some kind of emotional connection.
The only problems are:
I would have liked an end of game boss
The remaining few stars are too easy to collect (not sure of a way around that though)
The special bonus item is great but the game is basically over before you can put it to use.
These things don't detract from the five stars though because overall I'm extremely glad that challenging and beautiful games like this are being made.