Windows RT, the version of Windows 8 built specifically to work on mobile processors, confuses a lot of people. It's best to imagine it as a Windows 8 blowup doll—though it resembles the real thing it isn't nearly as functional, but if you use your imagination you can still have a lot of fun. Microsoft Studios…
One of the warmest, most wonderful games I've played shows up on this week's Windows Phone charts, granting me a comforting nostalgic rush and hopefully distracting all of you from noticing I didn't do the Windows Phone charts last week.
A pair of friends vow to meet each other in the park each day, despite a twisted world that strives to keep them apart. This is the simple story behind ilomilo, a puzzle game much deeper than initial appearances.
If you're the owner of a brand-spankin'-new Windows Phone 7 device, then "Ilomilo" is a game you should play. But there's a catch.
We've seen deals before. Buy this game and get that one free. Buy these games and get money back. But... buy these games and they'll blend into each other? The Xbox 360 people are trying something different.
You can play adorable, clever cooperative puzzle game ilomilo via Xbox Live Arcade right now, a small surprise of a video game launch that somebody's trying to keep "secret."
Ilomilo (first letter is an "i", second an "L") is great to look at. But how do you play this game about two cube-people needing to meet? Maybe let a Kotaku guy and a Giant Bomb guy play, sans directions.
It's raining here at the moment, so I'd like to start your day with some cheery music and sunshine, courtesy of Southend's adorable puzzler Ilomilo.
There are few better ways to end your Wednesday (or start your Thursday!) than with a game you'd previously never even heard of, but now can't wait to actually play. Today's case in point: ilomilo.