Dive into the ever-transforming world of Mutatis! This unique shoot ‘em up game reacts to the various sensors and information of your device to constantly shake things up!
A whole new dimension of possibilities open up as you consider the different ways to interact with Mutatis. Should you play it in the dark? How loud will you make your volume? Prepare to be amazed as the game changes before your very eyes.
◆ Classic shmup action with a twist
◆ Gameplay connected to your environment and state of your device
◆ Enemies that react to the condition you’re playing in
◆ Power-ups that utilize different sensors
◆ Colorful palettes for each unique situation
◆ Capture data on enemies, powers and themes by taking a screenshot
◆ Compete for highest score in a global leaderboard
◆ Collect achievements that reward playing in many conditions
◆ Original music that also reacts to changes
Discover a different Mutatis every time you play.
Emergency fix for "Continue" feature and improvements to "Options" screen.
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Maybe it will get better
I was super excited for this game, thinking it would be something cool and procedural like Res or LUMINES, but it’s really just a bland Asteroids. It kind of feels like a start of someone’s school project. I’ve played quite a bit and only seen maybe 10 different enemies and exactly 1 power up that you have to awkwardly turn your phone to use. The controls are kind of weird also, like the ship doesn’t follow your thumb, it follows an invisible ball under your thumb, so it moves around a lot more than you move your finger and it’s kind of disorienting. It wouldn’t have been hard to put alternate controls. It feels like they kind of ran out of imagination after the step where they thought to use different statuses of your phone, like battery to determine the conditions of the game. Of course there is a watch ads option to continue when you die and I have never felt like watching one because I never feel like I’ve progressed enough to bother. Even when you defeat a boss, the level doesn’t change and neither do the enemies. There are plenty of other space shooter games out there that let you actually unlock different ships and powers so you can feel like there is a point to playing rather than a high score chase. It isn’t really a bad game, but it isn’t amazing either, hence my perfectly average score for a bland cardboard game.
First Review, this game is nice!
Okay I’ve started to play this game and it’s fun! I immediately just started for maybe 10 minutes after it downloaded I think and I think it’s a nice app. Once I started playing I thought it was interesting. I love how this app kinda connects with real life, it’s a bit weird but that’s a part of the game! The enemies or monsters depend on your phone and controls, and when I turned my sound off a different monster or enemy was there, I think that’s kinda cool. Depending on your battery life, sound, brightness of the game, will change everything. Also I believe 100% battery life gives you 4 hearts or something so I recommend your phone should be at 100% Anyway sorry if this ain’t a really informative review, I just wanted to share a little nice feedback! Whoever reads this I hope you have a lovely day! Peace.
Great app, but a bit confusing.
I love this game! However, the only way I’ve found the game changes is through brightness and volume. Nothing else seems to change actual gameplay. If the game gave you information or hints on what could change the game, that would be great. If these aren’t already in the game, and if they are possible, here are some suggestions to change this game. Airplane mode, blue tooth, WiFi, cellular, the altitude the device is at, low power mode, and time. I think if any of these could change how the game plays, it would be more unique to each moment.
- Victor Pineles
- 87.2 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Giovanni Severo, Luiz Fernando Duarte, Pedro Ferraz, Victor Pineles
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.