Summary: Ilomilo is a fun puzzle game with a rustic art style and a cute sound design. The characters are instantly memorable and the levels increase in difficultly with progress. There is also a leader board to compare your completion 'steps' with your friends, and the world - although it appears the leader board has been hacked with all levels being completed in 1 step (impossible). For Â£10 it is a worthwhile purchase for puzzle game fans.
Summary: Have played this game in co-op on many occasions, and after one or two levels I am bored, the music is giving me a headache and I just don't like this game at all, it does have a nice humour to the proceedings but it's not enough to keep me playing or interested in finishing the game. Not my cup of tea.
Summary: Please people don't start talking thrash about this cute game. Ilomilo has an innovative puzzle gameplay that adults/and children will love, set with colorful graphics, whimsy music is a most own tittle. The game consist in trying to find your friend milo or ilo, ( whatever, or vice-versa) that is on the other side, so you need to find a way to get to the other side and find your partner . XBLA is really getting varied with their games.
Summary: A great game for all the reasons already mentioned. (although the soundtrack definitely tops my list) ...and it was perfect for playing through with my kids. I could enjoy the quality while my boys enjoyed the cuteness.
Summary: Like many others, I was pleasantly surprised by this one. The puzzles offered more of a challenge than I expected which was enjoyable. The game has a wonderful artistic look and a soundtrack that you just can't get out of your head. Splendid.
Summary: Ilomilo is a great 3d puzzle game. Its artsy look give it a feel all of its own and tiny beautiful touches abound in all the right places. From the piano notes that play in the selection menu to the indie game cameos that keep popping up, the game does a lot to pull you in with its personality alone. But personality can only get you so far. Thankfully, the game play is also wonderful. The idea is simple: reunite the two main characters Ilo and Milo to beat the puzzle.
Summary: I'd give it a 12 if it existed, but the camera is so bad that it's worth 3 points off anyway, so I'll settle for a 9. Really, it's a fantastic game, please download the demo and give it a try. It does have one big downside, though (I don't think the demo goes far enough into the game for you to tell how bad it is), and that is this: Be prepared to be constantly fighting with the camera throughout the game.
Summary: To me this game is very story heavy. Although that's what I typically pay attention to in any game, but this one seemed to be particularly focused on the story. It's very artistic and well executed as a game. There's very little to complain about, in fact it makes you forget all your complaints anyway. And I mean all of them. The whimsical environment is very stress and care free, making it the perfect stress reliever to game after a long day at work.
Summary: The style and presentation of this game are wonderful. However, you don't expect the puzzles themselves to be so clever and enjoyable. This is one of the most wonderful XBLA titles I have played, right up there (but just below) Trials HD and Shadow Complex. Let us hope they release more levels via DLC.