Another game we saw today at GDC was Leo's Fortune, a super slick looking physics-based platformer featuring a weird green puff named Leopold. You can inflate yourself to float, interact with puzzle elements in game, and more. Additionally, they've made sure that even though some of the platforming elements can be frustrating, you instantly respawn a few seconds back so you never need to replay entire levels:

Leo's Fortune is coming soon, and isn't going to be a free to play game- Or, at least, that's the plan right now.

Update: And here's the trailer-

  • Nate Heagy

    Great looking game. Reminds me a bit of Trine, which is a good thing :D

  • Nate Heagy

    Great looking game. Reminds me a bit of Trine, which is a good thing :D

    • http://matt-curtis.me/ Matt Curtis

      Physics remind me of Gish, great games either way.

  • http://about.me/yesi.livera copaeci

    Graphic looks great

  • thesinmaster

    How I miss "traps'n treasures" days....... I'd even buy a controller for that game

    This game is also promising :)

  • speedyph

    Looks good

  • http://www.playfulwingmen.com/ Playful Wingmen

    Looks absolutely gorgeous.

  • Boris Nguetie

    THIS IS PERFECT!!!!

  • iTester

    First day buy

  • falco

    Its cool that there many news ios games showing at GDC :)

  • c_biskit

    Wow this looks gorgeous! Really diggin this!

  • Frost

    Looks great but NightSky will be really hard to beat.

  • denisvjcr

    Looks great

  • http://www.nafna.com/ nadav bar kama

    BRAVO... looks amazing. good luck.

  • Peter Bohanna

    video wasnt cut opps

  • mzinn

    Well its out & absolutely amazing. Sound gameplay puzzles all are spectacular. This game will blow up the App Store. Its breathtaking

    • mzinn

      19 levels with another 4 as bonus levels