The evil Nanobyte virus is out, gaming is over... It’s time to hook up your power gloves and save your HoPiKo brothers! HoPiKo is an intense speed run platformer where you get to save gaming. Jump from platform to platform avoiding death, exploiting shortcuts and ripping through 100s of hand-crafted levels, each one dropped into a 5-stage mini run designed to break your mind! Compete to be the fastest in the world with time based scores, level pars and collectable retro consoles opening unique bonus runs. - Fast and brutal twitch-based gameplay - Awesome chiptune soundtrack written and composed on authentic hardware - Uses every ounce of your muscle memory - Unique minimal controls, you’ve never played a platformer like this!

Available on

Xbox One

Xbox One

Additional info

Published by
Merge Games Ltd

Release date

Approximate download size
453.27 MB

Install on your home Xbox One console plus have access when you’re connected to your Microsoft account.

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Platform: Xbox

Has Potential, But Currently Flawed

The game is so close to being great, but has a couple of design problems. 1) The game is designed to be fast paced, but every level has a start delay that constantly messes up your first jump with awkward timing. 2) You're forced to replay sections you've already beaten. Levels are grouped into 5 sections. If you fail any section, you restart from the beginning of the level. 3) The game takes cheap shots at you. In several sections you die instantly unless you make your first jump in under a second. There's no way to know it's coming unless you've played the level before--and if it's on the 5th section, you start the whole level over again. 4) The controls are awkward. I would prefer left stick aim, A to jump, B to speed jump. 5) The pacing is off. Sometimes a "perfect" run isn't possible because of obstacle timings.

38 out of 38 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Flawed but still wothwhile.

This game isdefinitely worth your time, if you enjoy unique platformers. Has several rough edges, as mentioned in kilcow's review. I find them forgivible because there is way more good then bad. Try the trial first.

10 out of 11 people found this helpful.



Faceshot Hitman

Platform: Xbox

fun trial

wish game was longer

One person found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Sponge Bob square pants.

Hey guys this is my brothers Xbox how do you use this thing

30 out of 65 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Horribly Flawed

While I've tried my best to enjoy this game, itseems like it's actively trying to put me off for a few reasons: - There are way too many ways to die. If you're off by a split second, you die. Be slightly off on where you land, you die. Sometimes I swear that I get killed for no reason. This, coupled with the fact that you have to be almost perfect with your playing or you get punished for it, leaves a very frustrating experience for me. - The controls are unintuitive. On the mobile version, you aim and jump by swiping on the screen, which makes sense. Here, you have a controller between you and the game, which can screw up where you're trying to aim. Overall, I fail to see why this game was ported to consoles. It is much better suited as a mobile game and is definetly not worth the asking price here. If you want this game, get it for mobile. It's a better experience that you can take with you, and costs less money.

14 out of 17 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox


The End

8 out of 18 people found this helpful.



Da Yellow Peke

Platform: Xbox

fun time

the music on point

3 out of 4 people found this helpful.



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