Leo's Fortune, a highly rated video game developed by 1337 & Senri LLC, is available one Google Play yesterday, priced at $4.99. The developer is in Sweden.
In Leo's Fortune players control Leo, a small fluff ball with an eastern European accent and a grudge. His gold has been stolen and the prime suspects are his own relatives. As Leo, you embark on a journey to find your treasure. Cut scenes and gameplay are punctuated by fantastic voice acting and story sequences that are so well done you'll forget you're playing an app.
The controls are simple: players left thumb controls the direction Leo moves and your right thumb prompts him to either puff up, which provides a boost upwards, or slam your body downwards. The corridors and open areas players move through are filled with hazards like spikes and huge pits, as well as physics puzzles you must solve in order to proceed.
Leo’s Fortune provides one of the best, most responsive implementations of MFi controller support we’ve encountered so far, and the touch interface is quite effective as well. Even the game’s weakest element — its story — offers some amount of charm, and there aren’t any in-app purchases to detract from the fun.
Now player can download it for free for their Android: http://bit.ly/1mnYUdU