Sperm Wars

Sperm Wars

Sperm Wars is a game that is hard to describe. It is fun in a way but at the same time we feel that it is not quite for children, although it comes with a PEGI 3 rating. But after all you may have fun with it, who knows.

The game starts with a tutorial that will show you how to play it. Basically you have to convert an enemy cell into your own kind and you do this by shooting sperm cells at your enemy in order to convert it. The problem is that the enemy also shoots at you so it is a matter of cell number to succeed. In addition you need some time before you can re-fill your sperm cell numbers and shoot again. This makes the gameplay very dynamic especially when you have numerous enemies (or allies because you command them all) on your screen. You will have to decide quickly when and where to shoot in order to succeed and the difference between victory and defeat here lies in a matter of seconds. Fortunately Sperm Wars comes with a tutorial first that will show you how to play and once you complete the tutorial, your ultimate goal will be to populate Earth, which is no small task. Sperm Wars features 2D graphics only but the visuals are very colorful and nice and we can also say very nice words about the sound effects too.

All in all we did enjoy Sperm Wars – the app comes with nice visuals, addictive and fun gameplay and tons of action that fans will enjoy. In regards to the game and the gameplay we do not have any complaints but given the PEGI rating, maybe it is not a good idea to show this app to your kids.

Sperm Wars is here on Google Play.

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