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  • Summary: Control Dave and his many clones to explore, solve puzzles, and take on enemies in the world of Xio. Unleash your team spirit by combining your Me's to help you solve puzzles and bring the fight to your enemies.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 4
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
  3. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Aug 11, 2015
    85
    It's a gorgeous game with tricky puzzles and much fun.
  2. Jul 26, 2015
    84
    Clever, original, and fun, So Many Me is a game you should try if you are a Xbox Live Gold member, since it's as great addition to the Games with Gold program.
  3. 80
    Clever cloning leads to some of the most inventive puzzles we've seen in a long time. Master its mad logic, and you'll find an excellent puzzle platformer. A really pleasant surprise.
  4. Jul 26, 2015
    79
    A colorful platform game with a pretty original mechanic: definitely suggested.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. Aug 9, 2015
    10
    This game is by far one of the most entertaining games I have right now. I downloaded this thinking it would just be one of those games I letThis game is by far one of the most entertaining games I have right now. I downloaded this thinking it would just be one of those games I let collect dust(figuratively speaking), but after I turned it on it brought me back to my childhood, reminiscent of Kirby and Mario. For the first day I couldn't put it down(and then I realized I was late to work), very fun game and I believe it has high replay value. Expand
  2. Feb 6, 2017
    10
    The brilliance of this title is something to keep an eye on. It could be one of the lead franchises of the future. Me and my kids so enjoyedThe brilliance of this title is something to keep an eye on. It could be one of the lead franchises of the future. Me and my kids so enjoyed it, reminded us the days of hard Mario titles. Expand
  3. Jan 4, 2016
    9
    This game is an astounding puzzle platformer which does well in both platforming and puzzle. The graphics are solid and the puzzles areThis game is an astounding puzzle platformer which does well in both platforming and puzzle. The graphics are solid and the puzzles are difficult but not too difficult. I finished this game with 100% and the variation between how you solve puzzles is extraordinary and there are various ways to go through puzzles sometimes. Though the story does end with you wanting something more, the narrative in it is excellent. The game can be played without getting any collectibles at all but that is definitely not how you want to play this game since the collectible puzzles are the best by far and show where the game shines the most. Definitely a game that should be added to your collection if you love puzzles and platforming. Expand
  4. Jul 28, 2015
    9
    Solid platforming fun on my big screen TV? Yes please.

    So Many Me is a blast and well worth the download. Definitely another strong pick
    Solid platforming fun on my big screen TV? Yes please.

    So Many Me is a blast and well worth the download. Definitely another strong pick for Games for Gold on Xbox One for Gold members. The new DLC is fun too.
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  5. Jul 22, 2016
    7
    “So Many Me” is a nightmare. Initially disguised as a sickeningly adorable 2D platformer with a neat cloning mechanic, it is, in actuality, a“So Many Me” is a nightmare. Initially disguised as a sickeningly adorable 2D platformer with a neat cloning mechanic, it is, in actuality, a merciless monster which only rewards laser precision, precognitive reflexes and the dexterity of the fingers that’d put Sergei Rachmaninoff to shame. I downloaded it thinking it’d be a quick and easy 1,000 gamerscore; what ensued was a test not only of my skill, but of my very will and spirit. During the first few levels, you’ll learn the very basics and get into a nice rhythm of progress and easy collectible chasing, but you’ll abruptly hit a wall where intuition will fail you nearly every time; seriously, for nearly the entire latter two-thirds of the game, each puzzle’s solution felt more like a workaround and not the intended work through. Puzzles aside, the game is brutally HARD! Everything is a one-hit kill and often, the checkpoint system unforgivingly drops you back too far. It wasn’t uncommon for me to attempt an extremely demanding feat of platforming skill 20 to 30 times before making it through only to immediately face another equally hard challenge, fail it (naturally,) then be dropped back prior to my first point of repeated failure! Point-in-case: the final boss was nerfed from 5 hit points to 3 after the game was released because so many people complained how unfair it was! I made it through, even got 100% completion, but rather than basking in my success, I was drained as one who’d given natural birth on a bed of hot coals.

    As true as it may be, most of that rant is hyperbole. In all honesty, “So Many Me” is a clever platformer that will keep even the most hardened gamer on his/her toes. The art style is endearing, the music relaxing (it needs to be) and the sense of adventure addicting. Just keep a bite stick handy lest you bite through your own tongue amid all the teeth gnashing!
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  6. Aug 12, 2015
    3
    This game is fun at first but like a lot of platformer games, it gets boring quickly. The only aspect that keeps me playing is the fun art andThis game is fun at first but like a lot of platformer games, it gets boring quickly. The only aspect that keeps me playing is the fun art and challenges. I still can never play for more than an hour Expand