Mushroom Madness 3

Mushroom Madness 3


Mushroom Madness 3 is a fun, 3D defense game where you try to keep your mushrooms safe from a variety of critters. It’s an amped-up version of Whack-a-Mole with tons of different levels and modes. Give it a try today!


Game Title: Mushroom Madness 3      Reviewer: Mikayla R.


Gameplay: Mushroom Madness 3 is just that--madness. For some reason, woodland creatures of all spectrums--from spiders to giant bears to snakes--are simply ravenous for your mushrooms. Regardless of any kind of logic, they are dead set on consuming and stealing your mushrooms, and you aren't having any of that. You must defend your mushroom patches by upgrading your weapons and, like any good defense game, taking out your enemies, no matter how furry and adorable, one shot at a time.  


Sarcasm aside, this game is genuinely challenging and intuitive. I assumed it would play like a classic tower defense game (you know, setting up weapons and waiting for them to take out enemies as they flooded in), but I realized quickly that it didn't. Luckily, it was easy to figure out how it did play--clicking on the enemies and taking them out like a cartoony first-person shooter. The intuitive controls should be applauded, as well as the challenging nature of each level's strategic lay out.  


Ther are some hiccups in game play, however, that I have to keep in mind: awkward loading time between clicks, displacement from the weapon marker, and the obnoxious health bar of low enemies, to name a few. Still, these annoyances were just that--annoyances. They didn't interrupt game play too much, and sometimes they even helped amp up the challenge, but they were still a noticeable inconveniance. 


Art/Music: The music is a cross between some relaxing country tune you could pluck off your banjo and an epic guitar strumming suited to a mighty adventure. Which, now that I think about it, pretty much describes the rest of the game too. You're playing an army man who, despite obviously being a well trained officer with a gun strapped to his back, decides to murder animals with his flipflop, tennis racket, or frying pan. He's designed to look ferocious (and a little adorable) with a squat 3D frame and no eyes, and the animals you batter are adorable, even harmless looking, so occasionally it's difficult to swat them to death. Altogether, this game has a crossover feel, like opposites were hot glued together into a strange, yet entertaining, experience.


Though I never could decide exactly how I felt about this game, I still climbed through levels and even managed to get slightly addicted. So, over all, I'd give it a solid 3 out of 5 stars for gameplay and music if nothing else. Weird it may be, but boring it definitely isn't.


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Game Developer: Armor Games
Game Publisher: Armor Games

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