So Many Me is exactly the type of game you love to root for. A quirky underdog, the game’s clone gameplay, in which spawned characters follow you and put their various abilities to use, is a bit like Lemmings without the peril of death being quite so funny. The fact it also combines that with physics-based puzzles and a blobby, green protagonist that’s as cute as can be, probably makes So Many Me seem like the Frankenstein’s creature of games on paper (which is likely why the game’s crowdfunding efforts didn’t go so well). But in action there’s a spark and a bright one at that. Read our So Many Me review after the break.
There’s something rather special about platforming games. It’s the dizzy excitement when you clear a bold jump, it’s the thrilling sense of relief when you figure out the solution to the puzzle and most of all, it’s the dazzling originality that so many of these games have. So Many Me is set to be a fantastic addition to the platforming genre and we’ve spoken to Extend Studio, the developers behind the Braid and Portal inspired game, to find out more.