“So Many Me” Out On GeForce Now

With the past few weeks SHIELD owners have got nothing but action and adventure games and now I’m not complaining because they were some top notch games but this week GeForce members can expect some change in the form of “So Many Me” a indie puzzle platformer where you play as Filo, a gelatinous green blog with the ability to clone yourself. You awaken from a dream and embark on a grand adventure in which you must harness the power of your clones, called the “ME”, to save the world from a terrible evil.

The story is broken down into chapters discovering new ME along the way as you progress. All MEs you meet will follow you and will be essential in doing things like cross large gaps and toggle the many deviously placed switches and levers you’ll need to toggle in a given level to progress. solving puzzles will earn you rewards in the form of costumes you can unlock that give ME unique personality traits. You’ll also earn ancient artifacts that will aid you in your quest and even unlock bonus levels. Like most good platformers you’ll encounter massive, powerful creatures as you play that you can ride and use their unique, and unusual, abilities to solve special puzzles and get past particularly pesky obstacles.

If you don’t already own one, pick up an NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV today and start playing So Many Me.

**To play, navigate to the GeForce NOW menu within SHIELD Hub on your SHIELD Android TV, portable or tablet. You’ll find So Many Me in the New for Members category. GeForce NOW is the world’s first cloud-gaming service capable of streaming PC games at up to 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. Members enjoy access to a library of 70-plus games they can play on-demand, plus the option to purchase new games and play them instantly. Membership is free for the first three months, then just $7.99 per month.

Anthony Garera

Anthony is usually tinkering with everything and anything because there's always one more thing to do, reviewing games and apps and complaining about things normal people don't think about.

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