I and Me

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8 / 10.0
Mar 31, 2019

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.

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2.8 / 5.0
Mar 19, 2019

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.

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4 / 10.0
Jul 22, 2017

I and Me doesn't necessarily have any problems with the core gameplay but nothing here was unique.

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6 / 10
Jul 16, 2017

I and Me is a charming and simple little time waster. There isn’t really any replayabilty found in this title unless you have had a bad day at work or have a sudden impulse for self-discovery, as the only real depth in this game is found within its fitting but questionable dialogue.

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7 / 10.0
Jul 9, 2017

Solid puzzle platformer.

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Jul 9, 2017

Besides offering little variety, I And Me also offers little challenge, and this is a strong negative for a puzzle game. While controlling two cats at the same time might sound complicated on paper, the puzzles are too simple and can be beaten in less than a minute, for the most part.

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5 / 10.0
Jul 7, 2017

I find myself in the middle concerning how to score I and Me. There's really nothing inherently wrong with it, but at the same time I didn't find it terribly compelling or able to significantly differentiate itself from similar offerings you could find on tablets (or even mobile phones) in terms of challenge or interest. The overall demographics for Switch owners I'd say probably compound this problem a bit, since it is a very sedate and exclusively single-player experience, but I'll acknowledge that for the right people this could actually be a selling point. I'd say the best bet is to read a variety of reviews, check out some video, and take it all in to decide whether or not the game is for you. While I'd personally prefer something more innovative, there is a place for I and Me on the Switch for people looking for a calming way to puzzle away some hours.

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