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Mulch

Score:
rated 3.33 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Skill - Collect
Tags:
mushroom
arcade
retro
pixelart

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Uploaded
Feb 3, 2017 | 3:37 PM EST

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Author Comments

Mulch is an action arcade game where you play as a unique species of mushroom with the ability to move. Stay alive for as long as possible by mulching down the nutrients falling from the sky.

Controls
WASD or arrow keys to move
Space to continue
ESC to pause

Works best in Chrome, should also work in Firefox, doesn't work as well on other browsers. Also available on Android and iOS.

See how long you can last on a diet of berries, acorns and flowers. Chase big combos and compete for high scores! Start mulching now!

Reviews


grandbrinusgrandbrinus

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This game is cool. It's easy to play, the randomness is a little unfair sometimes but the gameplay is enjoyable. We always try our best to do a perfect score ! :)

Nice job !


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TeeMee123TeeMee123

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Lovely game



CaliberProductionsCaliberProductions

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Oh so simple, yet oh so enjoyable. Sounds are for some reason so satisfying to me, adds a cute vibe to the game. The graphics make it seem like a 90's retro arcade game, and the actual style of the game reminds me of the actual habitat of a mushroom. Love the cartooniness of the eyes on the mushroom though.

So, I give this a 4.5.

It would be alot nicer if you added coins to collect as you were playing, and you could buy upgrades/customization to your mushroom.

Apart from that, keep up the good work!!


bearmaskstudios responds:

Hi CaliberProductions, thanks for your review. I appreciate you the feedback :)


alrightbudlightalrightbudlight

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Simple and enjoyable with a great art style.


bearmaskstudios responds:

Thanks for the review :)


t4uplt4upl

Rated 3 / 5 stars

It's ok. Tested on FF, no issues. You should emntion how many combo is needed for extra hp.


bearmaskstudios responds:

Thanks for the feedback, glad it works ok on Firefox for you