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- Players explore and battle their way through more than 10 lush and spooky levels in an oversized and hostile world
- Choose from three different characters classes to do battle
- Experience two different game styles –a fast paced single‐player adventure, or team up with a friend in Cooperative mode
- Wipe out your enemies with unique, spore‐based powers and construct clever new weapons and tools out of everyday materials
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Mushroom Men: Rise of the Fungi on Nintendo DS is the prequel to Mushroom Men: Spore Wars on Wii. Play both to get the complete story! Mushroom Men gives players the opportunity to jump into the fantastic microcosm that is the backyard battlefield. Take control of the crusade, creating devastating weapons from everyday items and teaming up with other sentient plant forms that'll leave the enemy sliced and diced. Let the stylus be your rapier and the Wii Remote your bazooka as you cut down the multitude of household pests that threaten our very existence! Mushroom Men inhabit the world that goes on while we humans are looking the other way, in the twilight hours when we sleep. We tower above them and go about our business completely unaware of the war waged at our feet. After the comet had passed, the scientists concluded that the strange, green dust had no effect on the world. No one noticed that tiny plants and fungi were acting strangely. Mushrooms, cacti, flowers and vines had awakened to full consciousness. Tribes quickly formed, building plant and fungi nations and with nation building… came war! Mushroom Men shows gamers the mundane world from the surreal perspective of a three inch high Mushroom Man. As a brave Bolete Mushroom, players can wreak havoc on their enemies by transforming common household trinkets and trash into weapons and tools.
Top customer reviews
Great style- this game has a very unique style that is all on its one.
Good Story- Simple but goes very smoothly.
Good Sound- The music was made by one of the best, Les Claypool.
Weapons- You make your weapons out of random houshold objects.
Price- $5 is hard to beat for this game.
Controls- Would be very frustrating on a standard size screen. Works Great on the DSiXL.
Combat- Very basic combat system.
The style looks neat, but it doesn't matter because it's unplayable.