OddPlanet is a side-scrolling adventure game inspired by Limbo and Oddworld. You will guide a lone little girl through the hostile environments of an alien planet and help her survive. She will share her feelings and thoughts. Prepare to experience atmospheric sounds, music in stereo and meet fascinating creatures in this beautiful, hand-painted world.
Use headphones for best sound quality.
Game is available in 5 different languages:
New 2 Episodes
Ratings and Reviews
I absolutely loved the game Limbo, and I thought this was going to be like it, and it was, but it wasn’t. I liked how the girl read to you and I liked how the game started. After the first act, the game says you can but the full game for only 99 cents! So I did, and I was having so much fun...it ended so abruptly and there are only three acts. Not only that, but the actual game itself is super easy, and the ending was super sad and unsatisfying. The game did have some good moments, like when it read to you, or that there are some challenging points in the game. But if you came across this game in search of another “Limbo”, I advise you don’t buy it because you will be thoroughly disappointed. If you’ve never played Limbo before, go on right ahead and play this first! It is after all, only one dollar! And if you do end up playing Limbo after you play Odd Planet, I’m sure you’ll think the game is even better!
Could be better
This game was okay. It was challenging and fun; while it lasted that is. The game took me about 35 minutes to complete, even with the payed expansion. The story would have been good if it had continued on, it ended so abruptly! Almost as if it was unfinished. There is a game called Limbo, which I LOVED. Looking at this app, I figured it would be another version but it wasn't made by the same people. It was sort of an attempt to replicate limbo in my opinion. Some of the controls were hard to manage and the game glitched out twice. On a good note, I liked the creativeness. I liked how the girl read aloud and how the story started, it also gave background knowledge of the character. For a free game, it was pretty good. The expansion was only 99 cents so it was still practically free after that. Overall, the game was okay when style, story, and price are all put into consideration.
Why are the reviews so bad
This game is absolutely amazing. Yes, it's short. But it's free. So what do you expect? But the length didn't bother me. Usually long games cause me to loose interest. Or I get frustrated and stop playing. The visuals alone was enough to keep me interested. And the game was simple. Simple enough to keep me wanting to play without making me bored. It was awesome how the creators focused on visual affects rather than length. Which is something I think limbo went wrong with. Limbo was longer and it caused me to become bored and frustrated. This game ended abruptly but I think it ended making the audience feel the emotion that the creators wanted the audience to feel. It was sad and I'm still sad and I feel bad for this little girl who doesn't even exist. But overall, amazing game.
- Piotr Krol
- 269.3 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Indievision
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock All Episodes $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.