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Release Date: July 16th, 2015 Movie Release Year: 2015

So Many Me

Overview -

'So Many Me' is developed by Thai studio Extend Interactive, which until now has been busy making mobile games. 'So Many Me' had an unsuccessful Kickstarter campaign in 2013, but was able to secure alternate funding and was released on PC in July 2014.

Rating Breakdown
Tech Specs & Release Details
Release Date:
July 16th, 2015

Video Review


The look of Filo and Xio reminds me of 'Adventure Time' and similar bright, hand-drawn cartoons. The backgrounds and environments are very cutesy and bubbly, and when Filo dies he dissolves into an innocuous mass of green bubbles, making the game appropriate for even small kids. That being said, it has as much to offer adults as it does kids. Slowdowns and hang-ups are uncommon.

Audio Review


'So Many Me' has a slow, chill soundtrack that sounds like what would happen if you took one of those bubbly phone alarms and grew it into something bigger. It is subdued and somehow manages to be both bubbly and melancholic. There is no voice acting beyond the occasional grunt or squeak from Filo’s clones, but the sound effects are as adorable as everything else in the game.

Final Thoughts

'So Many Me' is a lovely addition to the growing stable of adept platformers on the Xbox One. It competently serves up many of the tropes of the genre while gently poking fun at them, and has its own crafty mechanics to keep things fresh. It’s not overly difficult, but the puzzles grow more challenging as the game progresses. I’m glad it was able to get over its financial troubles and find a home on the One.