Too Many Me is a runner that breaks the rules of the genre by including platform games mechanics
But more importantly, in Too Many Me, you can clone your character!
So you don't have one, two, or three characters, but you can control over thirty of them at the same time!
Too Many Me is also a One Button Game, and this is exactly where it gets hard. If it isn't easy to jump through a Canabalt or a Bit Trip Runner, just imagine what it's going to be like when you control simultaneously an army of clones!
At every moment you must ask yourself the right questions:
Do I jump now to catch this star, at the risk of losing half of my clones?
Is it worth saving this clone if it is to see the rest of my army get cut by a circular saw?
This is the challenge of Too Many Me!
Can you save the planet from a tentacle invasion throughout the 50 levels of the game? I doubt it... But if you feel you have the soul of a hero, come and play Too Many Me.
What you see in the trailer and screenshots is what you will get. It is a runner game, much like Bit Trip Runner, so your character/s can't stop running as the screen moves from left to right. The controls are simple and works with a controller. As far as I know there is only one button and that's jump. You can jump up to three times. The music is really good and the graphics are pretty. The goal of the game is to collect as many stars as possible before reaching the end of the stage in order to progress. It has a unique mechanic as seen in the trailer, the character multiplies and you control all of them at the same time. $1.99 is a really good price for the game. Definitely can't go wrong if it ever goes on sale for at least 50% off. Too bad it isn't on Steam though.
Too Many Me is an endless runner filled with too much of you. As its name implies, the character you control simply has too much of him running around for you to properly control all of them. And therein lies the beauty of the game. It makes you decide between crucial two crucial things: quality or quantity. On one hand, you have many clones ensuring survival in the end. On the other hand, you can get various powerups that should help make playing easier. Choosing is tricky too. Often your choices are presented in detriment of the other. What I mean is, if you pick one, often you miss the other. For example, there was one jump I had to make. There was also a powerup above the jump. If I jumped early, all my clones would have made it. If I jumped later, a good number of my clones would fall, but I would have gotten the powerup. There are moments like that, and it really makes each run a challenge, especially when things get faster and more frantic. This isn't for Steam, so there aren't any Steam achievements, obviously. But that's just really a minor thing you can live without. The game itself is more than enough fun to play as it is.
One of the best "autorunners" I've ever played. You have to collect stars and stay alive. Best thing is that you can clone yourself. Really funny game to play. Graphics are good and even low-end computers can run it. Music is just fantastic.
Too Many Me is exactly what you think it is. Great fun. Just as the title suggests, you control a lot of clones of the same character. Now, this is always fun to platform around a classy-looking, 2D environment designed with all those platforming obstacles you know : gaps, traps, unstable tiles. You can make use of your clones in order to proceed further, and here and there you will, willingly or unwillingly, kill them all with a missed jump or land with some straight into a spinning saw. Fun ! The level design is great and the backdrops are quite diverse, you you won't really get bored. The graphic style is minimal, but suits the game's purpose perfectly, as does the soundtrack. In conclusion, if you want to enjoy a game that does not take itself all too seriously, this is a great way to do just that !
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