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Miles & Kilo

Rating Summary

Based on 8 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

80

Top Critic Average

75%

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Based on 8 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCNov 30, 2017
Nintendo SwitchJul 5, 2018

Developer: Four Horses

Miles and Kilo have been attacked by a mischievous specter! With their plane in pieces and a gang of thieving scoundrels running off with the important parts, the unfortunate duo's only hope of escape is to embark on a thrilling chase across a haunted island. - A fast-paced, lovingly-crafted platformer from the creators of Kid Tripp - 36 super-challenging levels, including 5 exciting boss fights - Achievements and an unlockable time attack mode, offering loads of replayability - A fun, light-hearted story told with a retro flair
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Miles & Kilo is a massively improved sequel that mixes great platforming mechanics and tough but fair difficulty in the package. It's a cheap title that you should definitely pick up if you have an hankering for fun, lighthearted platformers. Grab your canine friend and get ready for a howling good time!

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Miles & Kilo is another faux retro platforming romp landing on the Switch that adds yet another valuable choice for players looking to get their fix of the genre. It manages to be an equal parts casual and hardcore platform experience while incrementing on the already abundant charming appeal of the previous game with excellent humour.

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Miles & Kilo is a simple game at heart which takes a very basic game design and innovates on the genre by implementing its own little flavor. Its like Super Mario Bros., but with a dog and it happens to be more challenging than the inspiration. It's certainly a must buy, even if you haven't played it before.

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If you're looking for a fun, colorful and challenging minimalist platformer, then you should check out Miles & Kilo. The option to play it as a platformer instead of as an auto-runner right from the start is a welcome addition, but if you're a big fan of the auto-runner genre, then you can also go into the options menu and trigger that choice!

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