It's not a must-buy, not even for platformer fans, but it's a cute little game that most people can find some fun with.
Leo's Fortune is very, very short, but the small amount of content that is there is focused, charming, and wrapped in an absolutely gorgeous package.
If you can get past its sometimes underwhelming level design, Leo's Fortune has plenty in its favour. Its captivating storyline, beautiful art design, and satisfying controls will keep you glued to your screen – just don't expect to be there for long.
Leo's Fortune can't quite overcome the hump when it comes to avoiding being categorized as a mobile-to-console game – more levels would've done the trick. As it stands, though, it's a solid platformer that fans of the genre will appreciate, and the various challenges it presents more than justifies the somewhat moderate price tag. Besides, you can't help but admire Leo's confidence and attitude – or his mustache, for that matter.
If you're willing to look past its brief length, Leo's Fortune is a cleverly designed and gorgeously rendered example of platforming gold.
Leo's Fortune assumes an identity behind the blasé eyes of its protagonist. Leo's the kind of dude who's seen it all before, a sentiment sure to be shared by any seasoned platformer enthusiast. Still, it's an inoffensive way to kill a couple hours on a Saturday, assuming ambition doesn't get the better of you first.
1337 & Senri's game is a great indie platformer that's a bit on the short side, but for $7, it's a steal. Challenging and enjoyable while it lasts, Leo's Fortune is well worth a punt. It's the best game starring a furry green testicle with a moustache that you're ever likely to play.
As weird as the concept is, the critically-acclaimed mobile game Leo's Fortune makes a surprisingly graceful transition from phone screen to TV screen.
Though it's short and not overly difficult, Leo's Fortune is a solid platforming game. The gameplay may be simple, but the variety is there, and it doesn't take away from the fun of the stages. Despite its mobile indie roots, the presentation rivals that of big-budget titles. Though you're not going to spend a tremendous amount of time on it, you'll enjoy the experience, and with the low price point of $6.99, it is worth checking out for those who want a breezy, satisfying puzzle platformer for all ages.
Leo's Fortune is a great little platformer with a boatload of simple appeal. I suppose I could say I was hoping for just a bit more depth and substance (without first knowing the title's mobile origins), and the control and physics are just a bit wonky, but those are minor issues with which others may not agree. If you love the old-school platformer structure and you're looking for a simple yet highly satisfying reprieve from the massive open-world epics, I say, go find who stole Leo's gold.
Leo's Fortune is platforming as it should be and is definitely reminiscent of a time gone by, when little blue hedgehogs and Italian plumbers adventured across the screens in games that were as simplistic as they were enjoyable. There is enough variety in Leo's adventure to keep it fresh as the game progresses and the overall length, while shorter than we may have come to expect from modern games, will leave you wanting more.
Leo's Fortune goes above and beyond what you'd expect from a 2D platform puzzler.
Some slippery controls aren't enough to hold back this gorgeous and interesting ball of fur (we think it's a ball of fur).