It’s war! It’s time to take out the enemies with…mushroom soldiers? Say what?! That’s right - in Mushroom War, it’s up to you to utilize your mushroom soldiers to the max and take down the enemy fortress before they come and take you down. And that wouldn’t be a pretty sight indeed.
So what exactly is the premise of the game and why are mushrooms even fighting? Well, as the game description goes, the kingdom of mushroom fell victim to an epidemic and many perished due to exhaustion, virus, and illness. And these evil thoughts persisted and fed upon those deceased, creating evil mushrooms who go against their former kingdom. The good mushrooms must defend their kingdom and ta-da! There’s your war. How…original.
And in the end, here you are, using the good mushrooms to protect the kingdom and do away with the evil mushrooms, despite the fact that they were probably once your close friends. But pity because they don’t recognize you under all that evil makeup.
Your mushroom army will contain the following units: fist, ninja, mercenary (short distance); archer, wizard, crossbow (long distance); shield, cavalry, big shield (protect). But there’s a catch: you must purchase these mushrooms (and upgrade them to their max) with the diamonds that you earn. Wait, I must earn these units before I can use them? The enemy just come up with anything they want? No fair! Ah, but yes, life is never fair. And to make matters a little more serious, these mushrooms have a spawn cycle, meaning that they use a certain amount of energy to create. So while you’re waiting for your energy bar to finish recharging, your guys are probably dead. Unless you upgrade your fist mushroom to the max before you start anything and just keep creating them. After all, they use the least amount of energy.
Goodness. It was fun at first, don’t get me wrong. But after a while, I just kind of stopped caring for the game (not to mention that amusingly enough, I didn’t realize how to get my mushroom warriors first). You just need to watch your energy level and where exactly your guys are. You can just create a lot of warriors and just watch the waves of mushroom soldiers come and go. Yeah, you will need to use your brain a bit when it comes to the later stages, but if I’m already so bored in the first 5 stages out of 100 stages, either my attention span is really limited or it’s really not a fun game. I would say the latter.
Cute graphics, no cost, but just not my cup of tea.
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