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Mutant Storm: Reloaded

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Mutant Storm progresses over 89 levels of twin-stick shooter mayhem! As you get deeper, you are ever more overcrowded with nasty beasties. This carnival of frenetic fun is showcased in a cutting edge graphics extravaganza.

Viewed from well above, you and your enemies can always be seen. Always be killed, and always be laughed at! There is no hiding. No tactics. No planning. No Net.
Your enemies created this world and they sure ain’t gonna help you out!

You like to play hard? Then the game gets harder. Feel like you're doing well? ... Enjoy it while it lasts!

Survive long enough, and you get rewarded with score multipliers, doubling your score. Making your enemies even angrier, and that bit more determined to kill you!

Lose a life and watch your multipliers tumble, and the beasties slow down and relax, safe in the knowledge that you are just a big softy really!!
After you conquer all 89 levels you’ll be awarded a ‘White Belt’. Progress to win all 8 belts until you possess the much coveted Mutant Storm ‘Black Belt’.


Key Features
  • 89 Levels
  • Adventure & Tally gameplay modes
  • 7 Difficulty levels
  • Over 20 unique enemies
  • Psychedelic 3D visuals and effects
  • Global Online Leaderboards
  • Local multiplayer
  • Achievements
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PomPom Games
Publisher
PomPom Games
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://pompomgames.com/mutantstormreloaded.htm

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP,Vista, 7
  • Processor: Intel/AMD 1.6ghz or better
  • Memory: 512mb of RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible shader 2
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 100 MB
  • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Green Belt
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Tally Mode completed
Complete all 89 levels in Tally Mode
11.76%
Orange Belt
Get the difficulty to Orange Belt
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4x Multiplier
Get the multiplier to x4
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Yellow Belt
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Mutant Storm: Reloaded reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Spain
Shoot'em up Geometry Wars style but without a good feeling. The control with control becomes rare, it seems that they use the values of the gamepad without filtering and it is noticeable as the control goes a little "to pulls". But certainly what I miss most is more sounds. Many of the enemies do not have warning sounds when shooting and when the screen is full of enemies it is very difficult to know when you will get shot from afar.
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Microsoft from Spain
First of all say that the game hours account is not quite accurate because you had already played it before you had it on Steam. I wish I could recommend this game, because it has interesting and original things within its genre of shoot'em up: I like the progression of difficulty along a game, based on "belts", which go up or down as we make points or lose Lives as well as the score multiplier. I Also like the simplicity of the game, with a few enemies with fairly simple mechanics, and how they combine these on each screen to make them interesting and different. Unfortunately, the game takes too slow, with games of more than 40 minutes in which it is not possible to save half, and generally not reward both the player and should. This results in a more tedious development than is desirable.
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Microsoft from Italian
Twin stick shooter Pretty anonymous and little inspired that I had in the library for reasons unknown to me, in which you have to face 89 rooms psychedelic (why not 90 or 100? mystery) with your own spaceship, doing clean sweep of enemies to move on to the next. Every 10 There is a checkpoint, they give you a life and a bomb (not useful) and if you die you can start over freely from there. There is a system of increasing the difficulty based on the belts of martial arts, which works like this: you choose a belt, you start the game from where you want, each room exceeded increases by 5% the level of the belt (which corresponds to the intensity of the game), At 100% The following belt is unlocked. If you die however you lose a certain percentage, that the higher belts is so much that you do first to start over again. It ' A system a bit ' intricate, and however uninteresting especially given how much the game is punitive: you have 3 lives to try to get to the next checkpoint, if you die you start again from the first. The biggest problem though is that the rooms are so small that at high intensity it is almost impossible to move, dodge enemies and blows in such a narrow space, so the lives go away like nothing. In any case, every room takes away yes and no 30 seconds, there are no bosses (only a little stronger enemies), the power-ups last literally 5 seconds, and even if you let play I see no particular reason to recommend the purchase.
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