Hilomi, the game's heroine, needs your help to travel through her unusual world and take pictures to complete her wildlife photography collection!
To help her, you have the environment at your fingertips: move earth, create bridges, dig tunnels, command fire and water, and more!
Meet Ratter, Adoradish, Tortokale and many other cute animals and snap them all to fulfill Hilomi's photo album through 5 unique worlds!
The game is easy to understand and to master, but don't rely on that too much..! The real nub starts after the explanations of the terrain transformation basics ;)
Hilomi is available for Android phones and tablets!
5/5 "Must-have!! - Easy, fun and cute!!"
5/5 "Makes you think, yet so entertaining! - Love the graphics and animation. Cute characters, catchy music, fun puzzling levels. Try it!"
"FLUFFY, CUTE, AND COLORFUL Hilomi is a casual puzzle-platformer that resonates of playful charm and an arsenal of childish cuteness" (148apps.com)
"Hilomi is clever in a sweet, good-natured way. It never rubs its brain smarts in your face, but its puzzles are sharp enough to offer a decent challenge" (pocketgamer.co.uk)
The game currently includes 100 original brain-teasing levels across 5 worlds. The first 3 worlds (60 levels) are available for free. Each level won unlocks the next one, and fully complete levels by filling the photo album with new animals unlocks the next world. It's also possible to unlock these worlds with real money, even without the required amount of photos. If you don't want to use this feature, you can turn it off by disabling in-app purchases in your device's settings.
We would like to thank the CNC and Adobe for their support through the development of the game, and a big and warm THANK YOU goes out to all Hilomi players!
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Hilomi is an indie puzzle game, based on a platform environment. The game has been developed with Adobe AIR and Starling by studio Yamago (Paris, France).
Hilomi started out with a prototype developed by two students supported by Yamago for the Microsoft Imagine Cup 2011 contest, where the game won a total of 3 awards:
- "Silver Medal France - Mobile Game Design category" at Imagine Cup 2011 (Paris)
- "Silver Medal World - Mobile Game Design category" at Imagine Cup 2011 (New York)
- "Jeuxvideo.fr Reader's Choice" at Imagine Cup 2011
More recently, Hilomi's preview has also been acclaimed by the critics:
- "Indie Prize Showcase Selection" at Casual Connect Europe 2014
- "Indie Prize Top-5 Game critic's choice" at Casual Connect Europe 2014