Papo & Yo Crack/Patch

Papo & Yo Papo & Yo takes players on an emotional journey that explores the relationship between a boy and his sometimes-scary best friend. As players progress, Monster reacts differently to their actions based on his current desires. If Monster is in a good mood, he plays with Quico and help with tasks; if Monster is hungry, he seeks out food; if that food happens to be a poisonous frog, he transforms into a terrifying killing machine bent on nothing but destruction. Players will need to learn to use Monster's emotions, both good and bad, to their advantage if they want to complete their search for a cure and save their pal.

Download Papo & Yo Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 72 / 100
User rating
7.9
Downloads 2078
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Minority , Minority Media Inc. / Minority, Minority Media Inc.

Papo & Yo reviews ( 7 )

SnakeEater, Apr 22, 2013

Papo & Yo is an extremely personal work like only few others in the industry. It is a clear message to the industry: games can be more than space marines. Games can be more, games can be autobiographical using game mechanics as a tool for addressing a message. A beautiful game.

vanou, Apr 24, 2013

Amazing game, great and beautiful story, ingenious gameplay. Proof that videogame is an art. The soundtrack is amazing, and the design of the game is really gorgeous.

fhouse, Aug 18, 2013

I haven't played the PS3 version but this PC port is really well done, and I haven't experienced any gamebreaking problems. (The Unreal Engine works quite well here and it looks great) This game reminds me of ICO from a lot of aspects, but this is much better. I gave up ICO because I hated the annoying running around with the puzzles. I didn't mind the easy puzzles here, because they do not break the experience. The symbolism of the story is very easy to understand, but that is not a problem as it gives a lot to the atmosphere. The music is also fantastic.

jelikey, Sep 14, 2017

Otro de los grandes videojuegos de 2013 y sin duda una de las grandes historias del desarrollo del videojuego. Si no lo has visto busca alguna conferencia en Youtube de su creador Vander Caballero pero es muy emocionante. La mecánica y los gráficos están muy bien, pero el sustrato es lo mejor. Buena compra.

Damascus, Oct 1, 2013

I don't really care for puzzle-games, but the music score and the theme for this game is extremely well-crafted! The metaphors in this game coin it's theme perfectly, and tell a very real story. Impressive!

Andrew_Paterson, Aug 2, 2013

Papo & Yo is an interesting if not exceptional experience. And this is the crux of it; someone had a story to tell and an experience to relate. If you play this game as a game particularly if you expect a challenging puzzle game you're going to be disappointed. Whereas if you liked games like Dear Esther then Papo & Yo will probably be right up your alley. The graphics are functional but scarcely stress the Unreal Engine. The sound is a bit lackluster and the puzzles themselves are not logical (though neither are they difficult). Basically push a white glowy thing which will enable you to push another white glowy thing or lead the monster to a white glowy thing. You will not be taxed by this and if you find yourself stuck then it's probably because you haven't run to the right area yet. I don't really have a problem with this as it allows the story to flow without frustration. Papa & Yo is a pretty solid game; I've had only two technical issues: once it's locked up my PC entirely requiring a reboot and then I've gotten stuck in a wall on moving block. I'd rate it a pretty solid 65/100 but was tempted to give it a 0. A voter block looks to be artificially inflating the user scores; at the time of writing only 7 of the 17 user reviews really looked legitimate. Finally is it worth your money? Yes I think so. Not all game can or should be massive AAA titles. Papo & Yo has it's niche and it fills it.

tufferugli, Jun 9, 2013

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