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iPhoneAppletell (Oct 25, 2012)
If you are a fan of adventure games and are looking for something different, and a few laughs, than Pilot Brothers is the game for you.
AndroidAndroid Rundown (Jun 24, 2013)
It’s still hard not to enjoy this game, and to be fair, I didn’t even try not to. For something different, give it a try; the app is initially free with an in-app purchase required for full unlocking, so there should be little fear.
If you let a child play Pilot Brothers, expect to be asked to assist them. Pilot Brothers can be confusing at times. It also has its moments of humor. A hippo plugging a hole with his behind, or a cat chasing away a bird are a few examples. I enjoyed the music in Pilot Brothers because it gives this game a circus feel to it. Which is how I took the two brothers.
WindowsAdventurearchiv (Jun 26, 2004)
"Pilot Brothers" is a humorous adventure game for the whole family, that can be easily controlled, has imaginative puzzles and doesn't get boring. It even runs on older and very old computers and is superior to many games for the same target group, which are predominantly focused on optics and technology. The characters are endearing and it's no wonder, that there will be soon a new adventure game in their homeland after the just published 3rd part of the series, this time in 3D. I can only say: "Have fun with the Pilot Brothers!"
iPadGame Vortex (2012)
I can’t see anyone enjoying Pilot Brothers. Maybe I just don’t know the source material well enough to be able to get into their heads, but I found each step to be like pulling teeth and simply not worth the time and effort. It’s rare that I say I can’t find an audience that would like this game, but that’s the case here unless there is some major following of these two characters and the shows are just as out-of-the-box as this game.
60 (Oct 25, 2012)
There are only 15 locations to work your way through, which is rather a shame as despite the genuine difficulty, you can still probably complete the game in no more than an hour or so. The overall charm and humour of the game is easy to enjoy with the delightful comic style visuals and funny situations. It’s just a shame it doesn’t last all that long – unless the difficulty drives you to despair first!
iPhoneTouchGen (Oct 25, 2012)
The Pilot Brothers is perhaps more of a cool historical artefact than a great game. Born in the Soviet Union they have come a long way to be found on an iOS device. The odd puzzles, repetitive nature of the brothers’ gestures and lack of plot hurt the game. Still it might be worth getting if you want a new point and click puzzle experience that might ultimately mess you up.
iPhoneBrutal Gamer (Oct 25, 2012)
Pilot Brothers is a game that has a lot going for it. The cartoony brothers are humorous and cute, the levels are colorful and quirky, and the music has a really great sound. Unfortunately, the difficult controls and completely off the wall puzzle solutions just end up causing more frustration than entertainment.
iPad148apps (Oct 26, 2012)
It’s not even like Pilot Brothers is a particularly long game, weighing in at a couple of hours, but such repetition grates quickly. Such problems leave Pilot Brothers feeling like a relic of the obtuse 1990s adventure genre, something that no one really wants to go back to.
iPhoneGameZebo (Oct 26, 2012)
Of course, that’s another way to lengthen this otherwise short experience. You can spend a lot of time “playing” Pilot Brothers without ever really achieving anything, including fun. I’m sadly grateful to take leave of Chief and Colleague. If we meet again, I hope it’s in a much, much updated format, relevant to the current platform. Until then, do svidaniya.