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Ratings for iPad version:
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 1.0.6
Minor presentational tweak.
The Beginning of a Could-Be Saga
This game caught me very quickly, and within a few days, I had accomplished all tasks in the game. The merits of a good game is when it leaves you wishing for some more, so here's what I thought:
•Good color palette
•Storyline is a good start, and leaves room for some further adventures
•Super Mario Galaxy style galaxies
• Good puzzle balance that mix easy and hard together as one progresses
•Soundtrack I found appealing (love to see on iTunes)
•Content was quick, was hoping to find some secrets in each galaxy
•Controls were not clearly bound, jumping was unnecessarily difficult for some puzzles
•Some more fleshing of the backstory would've been nice
I see a big potential for Incoboto to have a sequel, in essence a "The Corporation Saga", exploring more into this story that has been created.
Good job, I give it an 8.9/10.
I love this game! 💙😍
I thought this was a dark but heart warming tale. It was enjoyable, cute and sad especially at the end. Which made me a bit teary I admit! 😭
I beat this in two weeks and now I'm sad because I even got the star maps and I have all the achievements! 😔 (Will there be a second one? I hope so!) 😁
The graphics are great, I liked the game play but I wanted more secrets to uncover, more challenging puzzles and more little battles with the black suns and perhaps a cooperation person to battle or even avoid! (Ohhh!) It would be neat to see the cooperation and have revenge on them for what they did. 😡
The puzzles are a bit hard at first and sometimes confusing but the more you try, you'll get it! ☺️
I hope there's a second part to this because I'll be sooo happy! 😄
I'm a fan for life! ☺️
Fun, Eerie, Soothing, but some control issues
- Smooth motion and simple controls
- Easy gameplay mechanics that's a little challenging without being fussy
- Continuous atmospherics that are eerie and intriguing
- Cute but sad story that's engaging without being complicated
- Lighthearted humor
- Quirky attention to detail that's enjoyable to see and read
- Soothing and overall enjoyable to play in your down time
- Controls are a little too "floaty;" a little tweaking would be nice
- Jump control is testy. It's impossible to tell when it will let you jump and when it won't on moving surfaces (like the "wobbly" construction near the start of the game), making certain jumps frustrating
Overall, I'd definitely recommend it. Seems like the kind of game that'll get better and better with updates!
- Category: Games
- Updated: Aug 28, 2013
- Version: 1.0.6
- Size: 42.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Fluttermind Ltd.
- © 2012 Fluttermind Ltd.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.