Super Wiloo Demake

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25 / 100
Aug 15, 2019

In the wake of the Vita's official death, there are few titles to look forward to: Super Wiloo Demake is not one of them. With clumsy controls, uninteresting art style, and an overall sense of generic settings, this is a game you should definitely skip unless you really want that trophy.

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8 / 10.0
Aug 8, 2019

If you're looking for a cute platformer, I would say to take a look at Super Wiloo Demake. It's an easy introduction to the genre and has plenty of charm.

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3 / 10
Nov 13, 2019

Super Wiloo Demake is a game that begs the question: "who is this for? Children should avoid it, lest they be turned off to platformers forever. Platform enthusiasts should turn away for the same reason. So who does that leave, trophy hunters? Might want to pick up My Name is Mayo instead - at least it has some humour. This is some of the worst Ratalaika has put out there, and that's saying something.

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2.5 / 5.0
Sep 23, 2019

Super Wiloo Demake is a simplistic platforming game which is not really worth your time. It's a cheap and easy completion, if you are interested in this aspect of gaming.

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55 / 100
Oct 1, 2019

Super Wiloo Demake is a very simple and affordable platform game that will take you through 50 levels. Its zero difficulty and its repetitiveness that extends throughout the game can make those who expect a real challenge lose interest in a short time. Some questionable decisions such as coins and medals don't help to make you feel more appreciated. If you are one of those who enjoys a simple walk and don't want complications, this is your game.

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3.8 / 5.0
Aug 12, 2019

Overall if you are looking for a fun little platformer or you are an achievement hunter I would very much recommend this game. At £4.50 it is well worth the price of admission even with that music!

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