Mutants: Genetic Gladiators

Mutants: Genetic Gladiators

Oh, well, here we have another action-oriented game as you can see from the title. In fact the name of the game says so much about it we wonder if we have to describe it here first.

We will have to – so we will tell you that this free Android game will take you to a fantasy world where you will be able to create your own mutant creatures and then use them in fights against other opponents. The app reminds us of Pokemon and it indeed has some common points with the Japanese cartoon movie – you are given a laboratory where you can create fighters by playing with genes and once you are done you can test them in fights. The fights, however, are not in real time – instead they are turn-based. While this slows the action considerably there’s a chance here to use some strategy to defeat your opponents. If you do, then your fighters will get experience and money that you will use to make them even stronger and then the cycle continues. As to graphics and sound Mutants: Genetic Gladiators does feature 3D graphics and nice sound but while fighting what you get is cartoonish 2D graphics and that’s it.

Mutants: Genetic Gladiators is not a bad game at all – it gives you the opportunity to create fighters and then use them in battles and it does all this in a really nice way. The game will appeal best to people who like PC games such as Disciples and who like turn-based fights instead of real-time ones. In fact the inclusion of turn-based fights brings some more value to this app since we don’t see this feature every day nowadays. Sounds good to you? Then go and kick some butt with your genetically modified warriors!

Mutants: Genetic Gladiators is here on Google Play.

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