Imperfect, but brilliant Kiko is a great game with lots of potential. With decent graphics, great music and even a hauntingly appropriate voice over for a well prepared story, the uniquely adorable gameplay is well highlighted. My only qualm is that it is a game for a phone, and the graphics do not properly adjust in size for a tablet. Galaxy Tab already has two options to ensure correct resizing, however, this still does not help. Hoping that the developers would fix this soon. Currently uninstalling, so please message me once the problem has been addressed, and I will immediately change my rating to five. :)
Not for big screen Used to be perfect on my Desire . Now the screen is even smaller even though I'm using a One X. Very hard to play. Please fix & I'll change my rating.
Gg The lvl selection bug was fixed and I finally managed to play. The game itself is fun. The only thing that bothers me is the quit button on the lower right. Make it say options and also add the same action to the menu and back button of the device
one of the best. everything about this game is great: the graphics, the music, the level of challenge, the fact that you can [but are not impelled] to upgrade it &/or buy related product. it isnt funny like <i>angry birds</i> but it does have a similar level of charm. highly recommended.
Desperately needs suppourt for large screens Can't even comment on the gameplay, since the screen is crammed into the lower left corner, and there are art assets floating around all over the place. Could be good, I wouldn't know.
But formatted for gs3 First match the gs3 screen and back button did an instant quit.
This new version fixes important bugs:
- Fixed a bug preventing to choose a level
- Loading when visiting the Kiko Store
Rail Maze 2 adds more fun and challenge to the Rail Maze world
Play as a lovable robot and make your way through the robot-killing levels.