"Illi" is a casual puzzle mobile game. The anti-gravity setting of the game makes it very special, and each level has different goals. Time limitation, collection requirements, and the number of jumps will make the level more playable and make people with obsessive-compulsive disorder crazy. Observation and judgment skills are required when playing, but it does not matter if you fail. This game is very casual and you can pass the level slowly.
The player chooses an unknown white caterpillar species as the protagonist of the game to embark on an expedition in the surrealistic universe of gravitational imbalance.
In the game, gravity is so magical that it will always move towards the surface of the player's platform, making every jump of the player unable to be full of confidence and sense of security, for fear that the character he is operating will fall. This is how the player needs to control a caterpillar-like creature, jumping from platform to platform, in order to collect more energy blocks and find an exit to the next level, and players must not ask for it. Thinking that the platform is absolutely safe, in fact, there will be many inexplicable mechanisms on the platform that will cause a lot of trouble to the player, such as spikes, pits and other obstacles that will hinder the player's progress.
After the game starts, the white caterpillar will automatically move forward. There is only one operation players need to perform, which is to make the white caterpillar avoid various traps and obstacles by tapping the screen. Of course, jumping is also skillful. The longer you tap the screen, the farther the white caterpillar will jump and the higher the height. The design of certain levels requires players to make small jumps accurately. If there is a slight deviation, the game is over and can only be restarted.
The more distinctive part of the game is the setting of the chaotic mechanical system. In this surrealist universe, gravity is different from that on the earth. Even when the white caterpillar wriggles under the floating tablet, it will not fall, and can move freely as if it is on the top of the tablet. It is a little awkward to play when it first touches, and it becomes accustomed to it after being familiar with it.