So Many Me's visuals will make you smile. A lot. Between its adorable main cast of tiny green jujube-like doppelgangers, the charming script (which is admittedly riddled with grammatical problems), and the bright color palette which almost pops out of the monitor, this is eye candy almost of the same order of Rayman. Color plays an important part of this game; it often tells you where you can and cannot go, as well as what kind of transformative powers each Me possesses. All told, this is a fantastic-looking game whose visuals are difficult in which to find fault.
So Many Me doesn't sound nearly as good as it looks, but what's here is charming enough to complement the visuals reasonably well. The soundtrack is a bubbly, synth-heavy suite that mostly stays out of the way. Sound effects fit the action perfectly; all the boings and sproings of our little heroes are completely apt, given what they look like. There are a few missed opportunities here and there, but far be it from me to take issue with what's probably a natural limitation of every indie studio.