Puzzle platformer Leo's Fortune on sale after WWDC Design Award win

By , on June 9, 2014
Last modified 4 years, 11 months ago

The folks behind handsome puzzle platformer Leo's Fortune are celebrating their recent sucess at the WWDC Design Awards by putting the game on sale.

Taking control of the mustachioed engineering tycoon Leopold - who happens to be a small ball of fluff - you must guide him through a series of hazardous levels which span five different lands.

As well as sliding and jumping through tunnels and over chasms, Leo must inflate his fuzzy form to help him float across gaps, and push platforms into useful positions.

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Though the platforming antics feel familiar (and actually reminded us of Sonic The Hedgehog at times), it's the incredible presentation and cleverly conceived challenges which caught our eye.

We're not the only ones who found Leo's Fortune was worthy of praise, though, with Apple honouring the devs with a WWDC Design Award.

As a result of this success, you can now pick up Leo's Fortune at the reduced price of £1.99 / $2.99 (down from the standard £2.99 / $4.99). This is only a temporary offer, so if you're interested we suggest you grab it while it's hot.

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stooney 4 years, 11 months ago

I got it a couple of days ago and already played it through.
Which happens rarely, because I am not a hardcore gamer.

But it is SO beautiful, SO engaging and SO thought through, I just could not put it down.

For me, definitely the best platformer on iOS by miles!