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Sep 23, 2010 | 8:45 AM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place September 24, 2010

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OK, after 5 years, i still get emails about the first mutate labrat. Here's the second part. It's a bit complicated for everybody, but i hope this appeals to the fans of the first one.

Manage you personnel, craft chemicals and implants, mutate your monster and fight other monsters.
This also features a thumbnail generator, so you can turn your monster into an avatar.

TIPS:
1. Antitox is probably the most important chem. With lots of Antitox, you can keep on injecting/irradiating your monster with mutagen without suffering the effects of high toxicity.
2. Crafting items will save you money in the long run. Buying ready made items cost you a little extra.
3. Mining is the most reliable source of income, but check on your mining sites often as miners tend to die from mining accidents from time to time.
4. Limit the amount of fusing. Every time you fuse two labrats, you increase it's fusion level. Labrats with higher fusion levels are harder to fuse again.
5. Attack types are determined by the type of spikes growing on a labrat's bodypart. On the other hand, armor types are seen by what type of skin a labrat has (texture).
6. Attack sites (red button on world map) usually contain very high level monsters. If you can beat this encounter, it may prove to be very profitable.

FIXED: pricing issue. It takes some time for the version control to update, but if it does, the version on the title page should say 1.8.3
-Miners are 2x less likely to die in accidents
-Starting money 10k
-More miners at the start

Reviews


TheRealApplesTheRealApples

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 23, 2011

Why me

I love the game but why does the fusion not work every when it says i h ave a 550% chance of success.


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MegamanDevilMegamanDevil

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 14, 2011

ummm

arent stimpacks and radaway from fallout



patrickmmmpatrickmmm

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 5, 2011

omfg

immortalecstasy u are soooooooooooooooooooooooo wrong this game rocks like my morning jacked(band) so immortal how do i say this.............. UR DUMB XD



titanOOOtitanOOO

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 26, 2010

fun and hard at the same time

i keep getting stuck on like level 40 then i either die and the revive thing fails :(


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NysiobNysiob

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 14, 2010

Excellent... until you upgrade the implants

Loved playing as an evil genius. Monster leveling had you concerned with injecting the appropriate mix of chemicals, and actually felt evil-scientist-ish.
Great fun managing the miners, and crafting chemicals but three problems.
1. Researchers do nothing. BioEngineers are better at engineering, and that appears to be the only thing that matters.
2. With the high rate of failure, crafting the higher level implants requires a budget of $400,000-600,000 each, which is more than the cost to upgrade the Rat to lvl 500.
3. I guess I can't complain about miner deaths, but it would be nice to be able to hire a Foreman who hired them automatically (maybe for 25% more)

This is definitely in the top 3 games I have ever seen on NG.
If only I could have an affordable cyborg... :)