I and Me
Top Critic Average
I and Me is a fun, yet very frustrating, puzzle platformer which will keep you puzzled for more than a few hours. The saying is true, don't judge a book by its cover, despite I and Me looking rather cute, the later levels are very sadistic as one wrong move and you'll either become hedgehog food or get a spike rammed into your face! With a little perseverance and a lot of patience, you should be able to pass all of the seasons on your own, without any form of guide or help. The relaxing, and season-specific, music will also help you stay focused throughout your adventure as well.
I and Me is a game with some truly intelligently designed, short and sweet puzzles levels that are unfortunately surrounded by a number that aren’t. When this game is at it’s best, it’s challenging and deeply satisfying. When it’s at its worst, it’s repetitive and frustrating. If you liked Binaries, or platform based puzzle games that require a lot of focus but come with a chilled soundtrack and a pleasant art style, I and Me is certainly worth a look. And maybe a second look too.
Overall I’d recommend this if you enjoy platform puzzle games and just want something to pick up and put down when you feel like it, it wont take up too much of your time but also won’t keep you coming back for a long time either.
I and Me is a simplistic game that was great when it was on Switch, but now, years later, it drown in a sea of cheap indie games that are more fun and often even cheaper.
Review in Polish | Read full review
I and Me is good and it could certainly be better if it maximized its assets. Its gameplay is fun and interesting and its audiovisual environment fits well with the game but the feeling of repetitiveness and the level of challenge (which could be higher) end up causing some harm to what is overall an enjoyable experience.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
I And ME is a perfect fit for the Nintendo Switch since it's easy to pick up and play and it is very fun on the TV, on the console's handheld mode or in tabletop mode. It's not a very long game, but it's definitely a fun one from start to finish, so be sure to pick it up!
In a world plagued by stripped-back indie experiences grasping to evoke an element of nostalgia, I can at least praise I and Me for attempting something wholly original for the puzzle/platforming genre. But what could have been a mighty stride forward disappointingly feels more like a half step.
I and Me stands out due to the fact that the Switch library doesn't have too many puzzlers right now. However, a pointless story, frustrating mechanics, and disappointing length mar a game with lofty ambitious.
I and Me doesn't necessarily have any problems with the core gameplay but nothing here was unique.
I and Me is a fun puzzle platformer that will keep you busy for a handful of hours as you try to solve its little over 90 puzzles. It's clever gameplay mechanic makes it feel fresh and welcoming on the Nintendo Switch, and being able to play at home or on the go and hitting a button to suspend the action so that you can continue playing when possible and being back in the game in a couple of seconds make this an excellent pick up and play option for the Switch.