The Fuzzy First Five Minutes Of Leo's Fortune

The delightfully handcrafted Leo’s Fortune was one of 2014’s most critically acclaimed mobile games. Will it be one of 2015’s most acclaimed console and PC games?

It’s unlikely, do to the differences between the two audiences, but that doesn’t mean the quest for Leopold’s stolen gold is anything less than stellar on the bigger screen. Tilting Point has done a wonderful job of translating 1337 and Senri’s award-winning physics platformer from mobile to PC, and Leo’s moves are as smooth as his mustache and accent.

From the game’s mildly fuzzy Steam page:

Leo’s Fortune is an award-winning platform adventure game where you hunt down the cunning and mysterious thief that stole your gold. Beautifully hand-crafted levels bring the story of Leo to life in this epic adventure.

“I just returned home to find all my gold has been stolen! For some devious purpose, the thief has dropped pieces of my gold like breadcrumbs through the woods. Despite this pickle of a trap, I am left with no choice but to follow the trail. Whatever lies ahead, I must recover my fortune.” -Leopold

VOYAGE through lush environments from mossy forests and arid deserts, to pirate cities and snowy mountains.

SURVIVE vicious traps and solve physics-based puzzles through 24 levels of treacherous adventure.

FOLLOW the trail of gold and uncover the truth behind Leo’s stolen fortune.

Leo’s Fortune is available on PS4 and Steam today for $6.99. The Xbox One version arrives on Thursday.


The First Five is the first five minutes of a game with light commentary. Once the five minutes are up, so am I.

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This game looks incredibly like a modern version of Gish. The general idea, the puzzle style, the means of traversal all look so similar. Even even the animation remind me of it.

Is there some connection, other than probably “was inspired by”, between the games?