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Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars (Wii)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
4.0 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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  • Innovative weapons system - Transform household waste and trash into over 20 different weapons.
  • Open, non-linear environments.
  • Find various ways to complete tasks.
  • Spore powers - intuitive additional interaction system to help solve puzzles and tasks.
  • 4 exclusive original soundtracks by Les Claypool of Primus fame
  • Atmospheric music controlled by in built metronome system.
  • Over 10 lush and spooky levels.
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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B001FA0ENW
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 32 g
  • Release Date: 27 Mar. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,680 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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This is a brilliant game, I'm 27 and still find this game fun, interesting and sometimes challenging. Its really addictive, there aren't too many save points and the levels are quite long so I found myself playing for hours without realizing or minding! The graphic are great and the colours are bright until the underground levels. Sometimes the camera can be frustrating when manually trying to see what's around you but it's not too off putting. I would recommend this to any one who like to solve puzzles, like a bit of a run around and someone who likes to collect every hidden object in a game, with a little fighting every now and again!
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Well I just bought this because it was very cheap and seemed good by the videos of gameplay that I saw.

Here's my impressions:

-It's a pure plataformer with some action
-We have various powers, lots of enemies, the traditional bosses, a big and diverse kind of weapons that we can build with objects collected in the levels, it have a lot of exploration and a lot of interaction with the environment.
-The graphics are very nice (seems we are in mushroom kingdom), the frame rates are stable except in some occasions like moving the camera manually. There are big levels and complex without a single loading.
-The controls are very simple and intuitive, very addictive.
-Sound is fantastic, probably one of best points of the game.

Overall its a wonderful game for plataformers lovers.

P.S. I haven't tested cooperative mode.
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I'm about halfway through this quirky little title, and I have to admit that despite some flaws like repetitive fighting and overly-easy-to-beat stage bosses (and I usually despise getting stuck on a stage-boss...), I am quite enjoying this interesting tale of sentient mushrooms duking it out under our noses. Gorgeous artwork and conceptual design combine with interesting level layouts to completely mesmerise those of us who still have imaginations. Note that this is a true platformer at heart, so if you don't like timed jumps and scouring for pick-ups, then this might not be for you. Controls work pretty well, IR pointer used in interesting ways and waggle kept to a minimum. There's even some funny little mini-games that pop up now and again, adding to a bit of variation from the relentless platforming. A highlight worth mentioning is the odd sound design, which is a weird synthesis of sound effects and musical instruments that loop in the background, and grow and shrink depending on the action on screen. This creates a totally unique and surreal aural atmosphere that I have yet to experience in other games (and I've been around the block by now...). Well worth it at this bargain price (although I expect it's not very long, so don't pay too much for it!). I might want to try out the DS prequel to get some more backstory, but it's certainly not needed to enjoy this title.
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A fun game for parents and kids too, well made well thought out and thoroughly engaging. I have no problem in recommending this game.
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