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Touch Arcade (Apr 28, 2014)
An excellent adventure platformer, Leo’s Fortune is a prime example of taking an established genre and simply taking the quality factor to an entirely different level. Gorgeous visuals and established gameplay featuring great puzzles are wrapped inside a cohesive narrative that drives the entire game. As mentioned earlier, there isn’t a lot here in terms of sheer innovation, but the execution is so top notch there’s really no reason not to check it out.
Apple 'n' Apps (Apr 25, 2014)
Leo’s Fortune ($4.99, Universal) takes iOS gaming up a notch in what could be called the best game on the platform that is an absolute must buy.
90 (Apr 28, 2014)
Leo's Fortune si pone senza dubbio come uno dei migliori platform disponibili su App Store, nonché uno straordinario esercizio di game design. Non c'è infatti un solo aspetto dell'esperienza che si possa bollare come "poco riuscito", anzi l'attenzione a ogni singolo dettaglio, specie nell'organizzazione dei puzzle ambientali, appare certosina e priva di qualsivoglia sbavatura. Dotato di un sistema di controllo touch pressoché perfetto, di un buon numero di livelli e di un grado di sfida perfettamente bilanciato, impegnativo ma mai frustrante, il nuovo titolo di Senri dimostra ancora una volta che è possibile realizzare eccellenti platform per i dispositivi mobile, caratterizzandone l'estetica in modo sapiente e senza neppure trascurare il sonoro, capace in questo caso di contribuire fattivamente alla creazione di una splendida atmosfera.
MacLife (May 02, 2014)
Leo’s Fortune looks amazing and plays equally well. iOS platformers don’t get much better than this.
God is a Geek (May 06, 2014)
Leo’s Fortune proves that on-screen controls can work well when the gameplay is designed around them. A visually stunning iOS game that runs smoothly and justifies the premium price, with no in-app purchases to speak of, means the game feels high budget despite it coming from a small team. Another good game, then, and one iOS users should be checking out as soon as possible.
Gamereactor (Sweden) (Apr 26, 2014)
I slutändan är detta dock ingenting som får hindra dig från att skaffa Leo's Fortune. För att vara lite klyschig: Det är kvalité framför kvantitet. Efter att ha lirat halvunkna Ios-spel som Captain America: The Winter Soldier och Trials Frontier den senaste månaden och hela tiden känt bismaken av girighet från utvecklarna så är Leo's Fortune en välbehövlig respit från allt vad mikrotransaktioner heter. Här får du hela spelet i ett solitt stycke. Dessutom fyller det ett tomrum i utbudet till Ios när det handlar om gedigna och innovativa plattformsspel (och såklart surmulna pälsbollar med Antonio Banderas-röst och Burt Reynolds-mustasch.)
Leo is Kirby and Sonic the Hedgehog mashed together, and if you want Princess Peach to be replaced by a batch of gold coins, then feel free to throw a little bit of Super Mario into the mix too. While all of these franchise headliners find ways to make themselves unique from each other, Leo finds his attribute of uniqueness by combining all three of their similar likeness together and adding a mature, gentlemanly personality on top of it all. Leo’s journey to take back all of his gold is a fast paced, puzzling and enriching adventure that desperately screams “sequel.” Leo’s Fortune is conceptually, stylistically and mechanically one of the best iOS games on the market.
App Spy (Apr 29, 2014)
Leo’s Fortune offers a gorgeous world to jump, float, and slide your way through. While mechnically it isnt the most original experience, the implementation of its physics-focused platforming, combined with its presentation, make this fluffy adventure easy to recommend.
Pocket Gamer UK (Apr 28, 2014)
And most of the time you'll find yourself having a blast. The game wears a variety of influences on its sleeve, from Sonic-style loops to Limbo-esque scenery manipulation. There are niggles, but none of them is serious enough to detract from the solid and playable game that surrounds them.