Rolling Platforming Game. Sci-fi parallel Universe theme. Massive amount of gameplay elements.
Armillo is a unique, fun rolling platforming game with a sci-fi parallel universe theme. It features a massive amount of gameplay elements. For one, there is the regular 3D world, followed by aRolling Platforming Game. Sci-fi parallel Universe theme. Massive amount of gameplay elements.
Armillo is a unique, fun rolling platforming game with a sci-fi parallel universe theme. It features a massive amount of gameplay elements. For one, there is the regular 3D world, followed by a bonus stage on the moon. Then there is the evil parallel universe, and special 2D speed-run inspired worlds. Lots of unexpected deadly twists, and surprises await! The star of the game features a space armadillo named Armillo. He's not your usual armadillo as he's capable of blasting off to space in order to travel from planet to planet. He's joined by his little blue critter friends and his brother. What's supposed to be a peaceful galaxy becomes ruined by the invasion of the robotic Darkbots. Where are they from? Why are they here? But one thing is for sure, they certainly are not the friendly type.… Expand
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E3 2014: Armillo Trailer
Jul 2, 2014Armillo is a charming platformer that manages to do just enough to differentiate it from some of its predecessors. Although it didn't blow me away by any stretch of the imagination, it has a ton of content packed in it to the point where I'll be spending quite a while to find it all.
Jul 15, 2014I first got my hands on Armillo at a convention and it was nothing short of amazing - intuitive controls, great level design, proper physics,I first got my hands on Armillo at a convention and it was nothing short of amazing - intuitive controls, great level design, proper physics, beautiful graphics, amazing soundtracks/audio details, plus all the adorable characters. I haven't had such fun with a game in a long time (that I finished Armillo in two sittings and bought myself a WiiU for its launch in eShop).
The 3D levels have lots of replay value, and the unlockable 2D levels are such a treat. The game has the perfect learning curve where levels gradually increase in difficulty - they are challenging at times but never frustrating. New mechanics are being introduced every few levels so the game is always refreshing and rewarding. Armillo exceeds all my expectations with its pure, fun, gameplay, and I'd highly recommend you start rolling with that little guy!… Expand
Jul 28, 2014Welcome to the mind of the developers at Fuzzy Wuzzy Games!
A place where Pigs Can Fly and Apes have taken over the planet! It’s also aWelcome to the mind of the developers at Fuzzy Wuzzy Games!
A place where Pigs Can Fly and Apes have taken over the planet!
It’s also a place where an armadillo named Armillo can live and breathe in space!
This is ARMILLO developed by Fuzzy Wuzzy Games!
Armillo the Space Armadillo just came back home from an intergalactic vacation, only to find that evil robotic Darkbots have invaded his home world!
With no knowledge of how they got there, or why they have arrived, Armillo must fend off these invaders to save the galaxy!
Playing as Armillo is a blast! I mean who ever thought that you’d one day get to play a game as a badass Space Armadillo?!
Well i surely didn’t!
In the game enjoy rolling around different planets, slamming into evil enemy Darkbots, collecting orbs (The games Currency), and rescuing blue critters!
Collecting orbs will unlock many neat items in the games shop! Including special 2D Levels, which add a ton of replay value to the game!
They will also allow you to purchase extra health and lives, vital items in the game!
Blue Critters are trapped all over each planet! Rescue them to gain access special critter gun weapons, and to unlock new areas!
Armillo’s rolling mechanic feels very smooth, although there are times where the game will freeze up for a few seconds. This can dampen the overall experience, but i know that Fuzzy Wuzzy Games is well aware of this issue, so i won’t let it affect my score of the game!
This is definitely a game of skill, as avoiding enemies, trying not lose your 3 lives, and moving perfectly across arrows requires some serious concentration!
The 2D Levels require a massive amount of skill, as you are timed and have to quickly maneuver around obstacles!
So with the 3D Levels and 2D Levels in the game, combined with extra items to purchase in the shop, you will be playing this game for many hours!
Overall the gameplay and content is spectacular!
Controlling Armillo feels great! Simply use the joystick to move him all around each planet! Use Y or X to bash into objects and shoot Darkbots with the critter gun, and use A or B to Jump around the environment.
You also have the option of using the Gamepads accelerometer to move around! This is a much more challenging way to play the game, but if you are up for the tilting test, then feel free to try it out!
Overall controls feel amazing!
Boy oh boy, the visuals of Armillo are breathtaking! With Intense colors, gorgeous animations, and spectacular lighting effects, you can’t go wrong with the graphics in this game!
I love the 3D cartoony artstyle, as well as the 2D papery look in the special levels! The Visuals are just jaw dropping! MUSIC: The soundtrack of Armillo is really cool!! With epic techno beats, your ears will be in heaven!! I catch myself bopping up and down to the music every time that i play!! They create an awesome electronic space ambience! THE VERDICT: Armillo is a masterpiece, with amazing gameplay, extensive amounts of content, perfect controls, gorgeous visuals, and an epic soundtrack! If you don’t already own this game then what are you waiting for??? SHIGERU REVIEW SCORE: 10/10 Armillo is Now Available in the Wii U eshop for $7.99! Be sure to pick it up today!!… Expand
Aug 6, 2014(Actual Review) Only such words can describe the game. Brilliant, Spectacular, Amazing, and any words in between. Armillo is a charming(Actual Review) Only such words can describe the game. Brilliant, Spectacular, Amazing, and any words in between. Armillo is a charming character, who discovered that his home planet has been taken over by the power-hungry Darkbots. Led by their leader Roto, they wreak havoc among the Five Worlds. Many exciting plot twists, secret levels, and unlockables await you in an endless world of awesome! The main story takes you through Five worlds, in hope to finally end Roto's plans. Intensity increases as the worlds get more challenging if you don't watch your step. Later on, you'll eventually find out what Roto is planning, and why. Epic battles await you, even some unexpected ones. Be on your toes at all times, you never know what's going to happen next. Bolobol, Armillo's brother playes a minor role from the start, but it gradually gets bigger as the game progresses. If your looking to score 100%, I hope you stop by the Critter Corner to pick up some goods to help you on your way. Secrets are hidden EVERYWHERE especially if you want those secret levels. Getting and Playing the secret levels is no cakewalk. Sometimes they are hidden in obvious places, sometimes they are hidden in secret areas that you REALLY have to look hard for. It adds an exciting new challenge to the levels apart from just beating them. Critters play a large role, basically appearing in almost, in not all the levels in the game. They always help Armillo out by, finding new information, solving puzzles, and being a primary weapon. Also, the environment and the music are very fitting for the levels, you may even find surprises in some. Armillo is an excellent game, and I hope to see more of him in the future. That's why i'm giving the game a solid 10 out of 10. Please pick up a game if you haven't already. It's all worth it. Armillo, you have EXCEEDED my expectations. Thank you Fuzzy Wuzzy Games, #ArmilloGame, and all the other supporters for the project! Thank You!… Expand
Jul 14, 2014Armillo from Fuzzy Wuzzy Games is a console exclusive Wii U games that brings what we love about Super Monkey Ball and Sonic games together.Armillo from Fuzzy Wuzzy Games is a console exclusive Wii U games that brings what we love about Super Monkey Ball and Sonic games together. The game loads itself with content with a in-game shop for upgrades, secret levels to unlock on each stage, and catchy music. If you love chiptunes, the secret stages are some of my favorite tracks in the entire game. Controls are tight and graphics are crisp and detailed, a stark contrast from the early alphas I got to see. The delay was worth it and we get a prettier and more complete package. This game even takes advantage of the gyrometer if you feel like taking on the challenge, making it feel like you are really rolling Armillo around with the Wii U Gamepad. Pick this one up if you need to escape the average platformers and try something new (and awesome). A Loading Time.com review.… Expand
Jul 16, 2014It’s hard to not compare indie games to the good titles of old, often they’ll be graphically similar, with a distinguished 8/16/32-bitIt’s hard to not compare indie games to the good titles of old, often they’ll be graphically similar, with a distinguished 8/16/32-bit graphical style, but Armillo draws comparisons for a much different, but arguably better reason, the gameplay. You’ll see and feel the echoes of ’80s and ’90s games, but don’t worry, Armillo isn’t stuck in the past, and shows that it is possible to cram in several ideas and influences from other titles and make a spectacular game, one to even rival the creativity of Nintendo’s EAD employees.
From the very start, comparisons to Super Mario Galaxy, Super Monkey Ball and one of the more obscure Sonic games will be made, due to the fact that you roll around on spherical planets, but the first title that came to my head when playing Armillo was in fact “Marble Madness. This is a new Marble Madness“. I’m wrong, of course, but controlling the game’s orange protagonist Armillo (and later on, his blue brother), is like stepping back into the past, where you roll around terrains and planets made up of different ideas and concepts.
The first world you visit, titled “Armillo’s World” gives you the basics, there’s no boring tutorial, controls are accessible to everyone and easily picked up (there’s an option to use the GamePad’s accelerometer should you be up to the challenge). You’ll quickly be smashing rocks and enemies by “boosting” into them. There’s two main actions you can perform, jump and boost, which, when tied together, can be used to give yourself a lengthier boost. I can see this game being very popular with speedrunners in the near future. In Armillo’s World and later ones, power-ups will be scattered across the land mass for Armillo and his brother to use. These power-ups will have various effects, such as making Armillo bigger, smaller, giving him an extra life or a heart, or even extra time.
In each level, there are portals to a parallel universe, a sort of dark world, where Armillo only has a limited amount of time to find the exit. These portals open up all sorts of puzzle elements and boy does the game make use of them. Sometimes hints will be given in the dark world, which you’ll need to utilise in the “light” world, such as X marks on certain spots where crates need to be placed. It’s certainly challenging and puts you under a lot of pressure. Once you’ve come to the end of a level, you’ll find essentially a sort of boost pad, which, according to how many of Armillo’s blue critter friends you’ve saved along the way, will give you a certain amount of time to collect as many orbs as you can on the moon. These orbs are collected throughout all levels and levels’ moons, and can be used in the in-game shop to boost Armillo’s powers, such as making him stronger, giving him extra hearts or giving him additional seconds.
The strongest part of this game is how many different gameplay elements it has in it. You’ll sometimes be required to pick up the dynamite power-up, which gives you three seconds in order to get back to the rocks you want to blow up, so you’ll need to carefully navigate back to the right position. Some enemies will shoot at you, which will either damage you, or make you much slower, or even inverse the controls. There will be times where you’ll shrink, or even get much bigger. Puzzles will need to be solved, lasers will need to be dodged, platforms will need to be jumped on and off. Sometimes you’ll need to turn into a cube to get past enemies or rocks, or use boosts in order to get over a large gap, or you’ll need to use a gun in order to destroy the Darkbots. Armillo has a lot going on, and it’s easy to make all these elements feel excessive and unneeded, but the game blends them to good use.
I’ve been very surprised by Armillo, from the story, I was expecting the traditional “Orange Armadillo saves Pink Armadillo”, to the sheer amount of ideas and creativity expressed in the levels,and the brilliant 2D levels as well as the soundtrack, I’ve been blown away. I’d love to play lots more. Fuzzy Wuzzy Games have done a superb job in making a new IP which doesn’t stick to the traditional 2D, 16-bit indie platformer forumla. This fast-paced action and puzzle adventure should be on your list of games to buy soon.… Expand
Jul 15, 2014This game is great fun. My thoughts: tight controls, enjoyable gameplay, great music/audio, and nice concept. Minor technical issues as well,This game is great fun. My thoughts: tight controls, enjoyable gameplay, great music/audio, and nice concept. Minor technical issues as well, but doesn't detract from the overall experience. Read my full review here - http://thenintendoobjective.com/2014/07/02/armillo-review/… Expand
Sep 6, 20156/10
Armillo is not as good as it looks it manages to be different but sometimes in a really boring way + Gameplay feels great +6/10
Armillo is not as good as it looks it manages to be different but sometimes in a really boring way
+ Gameplay feels great
+ Character is insteresting
+ Level design
- Some levels are really challenging and boring
- An indie that really is capable of being much better
- Disappointing… Expand