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Games & Action & Strategy & Entertainment
Current version
3.10.3
Price
Free
Size
1207 MB
Last Update
Jan 16, 2020
Platform
iOS

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Reviews 12 820 Avg. Rating 4.6
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Rodger233
Oct 19, 2019

This is my favorite game in the whole wide world!! One of my favorite touches to this game is that the top character u can get is a rat a mystical one too! That’s not the only one thou other things about this five star game is amazing!! It’s really like the only good conquest game in the world with lots of excitement and rage ;)!! One more thing this is not a pay to win, even thou the top rat is like 50 or 100 bucks he can still get beet by the first level character Rudo which is pretty cool if u think about it. This game is a more skill based game. Now we gotta talk about the power ups or perks that u can use!! Most of them are pretty okay nothing too crazy but the character that I personally hate is the Phaom which has really Op perks! I think the creators should nerf him a bit if that’s possible. The one thing that I HATE is one of his perks which scares ur units off from a designated area and then he just attacks with his entire army. Obviously there are counters to this but I haven’t figured them out yet. I’m still on iron league I think, but it’s still such a fun and interesting game which never upsets me.

Lazyovermatch
Aug 19, 2019

I really enjoyed this game in the past but it has become pay to play. To have an edge you need to upgrade your base troops, to do this you need runes. To get runes you have to level up, to level up you need to upgrade the heroes, to upgrade the heroes you have to earn lots of gold and cards. It takes a long time to save to really upgrade your heroes. The average chest, that takes 3 hours to open, only gives 400 gold. The first time you upgrade a hero ability it’s 3,000 gold which only earns 90 XX to level up. This is crazy. Now the as you continue to upgrade your hero abilities it becomes more and more expensive. The only way to really advance in this game is to watch a crazy amount of adds as well as spend money on gems. A solution would be to add ways to level up that do not involve spending gold or gems. Maybe actually playing the stinking game should level you up. I am very disappointed to see this game turn to pay to play. EDIT for latest update: nothing buy pay to play now. You have to upgrade through XP only gained by spending gold and gems. If you don’t upgrade you’re at a serious disadvantage to those that do. With this update you cant even choose the order to get your upgrades to support your play style. You are seriously turning a great game into trash. You need to choose, pay to play or adds not both. I’m about to delete it, no more add views from me.

Qwerty333-
Dec 29, 2019

About one year ago I praised this game for its unique mechanics, supportive community, and ability for the player to improve. In one year, Zillion Whales has overcomercialized this game by adding the rune, ticket, and item systems that all rely heavily on in-app purchases to get ahead of your opponents. Instead of a being game dedicated to its player base, Zillion Whales has ignored our many voices and taken the game away from what it once was. Many of the top players have struggled with this change from skill to money as many of them have quit or turned to casual play. As the company focuses more and more on money, less time is spent to maintain the social aspect, which is often the last tether for someone about to quit, and the game’s fundamentals have been drastically changed by various upgrades and runes. If Zillion Whales is to keep falling to greed, then they will lose the most unique aspect of the game: the wildly dedicated players who grind out not only to improve their skills, but also to support the mushroom wars community and the various events. In one year I have seen so many people leave and struggle with Zillion Whales (as is my experience). At this rate, mushroom wars is becoming an example of an institution falling to its own selfishness and rejecting the humanity of its clients. We cannot wait another year. If this has been your experience, please leave a review and close up your wallet. That is the only way Zillion Whales will listen.

Daniel Stilen
Dec 31, 2019

I understand to a point that you want people to pay for the campaign but on the other hand do you know how many people you drive away with that? I thoroughly enjoyed this game up until I saw you wanted me to pay for “episodes”. I know developing the game isn’t cheap or free. I understand completely that you need some way of pulling in extra money to pay for labor to push out bigger and better updates but from what I’ve experienced and read this game is the biggest pay to win I’ve seen in awhile. You get a bunch of downloads on a daily and then your customers or fans have to pay to play the rest of the game and I didn’t see anywhere in the description stating any of this and not to mention you have to pay for tickets and runes and better Troops? If you are going to make a game that feeds off of the consumers pocket at least make the game free so that you can keep your “fan base” and let people enjoy a single player game that’s actually a lot of fun. Overall mushroom wars 2 is a fun game up to having to pay to finish the campaign. Anything after that isn’t worth it, id rather spend my time finding a game that lets me play through the campaign for free than have to pull out my wallet to get some enjoyment. Granted I know you won’t reply to this because why would you and if you do I won’t be emailing you because I’m uninstalling this sad excuse for a money grab.

RapidfireX
Oct 23, 2019

So close yet so far. If I considered only gameplay when writing reviews, MR2 easily deserves 7/5 stars. In a market full of uninspired mobile games that repeatedly rip each other off, MR2 provides something truly unique. Hands down, I would rate this game in my top 3 mobile games of the year. Every game, there are many opportunities for players to “outskill” their opponents on the strategical level, making gameplay extremely satisfying. However, this gets me to my second point, it is beyond Pay-to-Win. BEYOND. Ok fair, lock the campaign behind a paywall. Copy supercell’s idea of “leveling up” skills in order to gain an advantage over your opponents before the game. BUT WHERE I DRAW THE LINE, is when you make an energy bar for skills (this means that if you use enough skills in a match against an opponent, you will literally not be able to use skills in the next match against a totally different opponent). Skills are a HUUUUUUGE part of the game, without them it is impossible to win against any half-decent player. So WHY? WHY? Why, are these skills hidden behind an energy bar? Why is it that every match I have to handicap myself before deciding if my opponent is “good enough“ that I must use skills to win? At some point, I can’t even play the game like it should be played.

About Mushroom Wars 2 - RTS meets TD

Developed by the Zillion Whales

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Mushroom Wars 2 - RTS meets TD has 12 820 user reviews.

Mushroom Wars 2 - RTS meets TD has an average rating of 4.6.

The latest version of Mushroom Wars 2 - RTS meets TD (3.10.3) ​was ​released on Jan 16, 2020.

You can download Mushroom Wars 2 - RTS meets TD ​here: 1141358828 .

Mushroom Wars 2 - RTS meets TD Description
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Mushroom Wars 2 is an award-winning real-time strategy game mixed with tactics of Tower Defense and the hero skill elements of a MOBA.

• Best Mobile Game, GTP Indie Cup

2017
• Best Multiplayer Game, Casual Connect 2017
• Best Strategy Game, White Nights

••• Command mushroom armies in real-time! •••
Upgrade your fungi base, capture battle map objectives and lead your tribe to victory one tower at a time. Plan your defenses strategically and blitz through their frontlines in more than 200 challenging missions!

••• Multiplayer PVP and Co-Op modes •••
Challenge your friends or play with them - in true and fair online PVP matches for up to 4 people win the most skillful mushroom generals. Ranked leagues will show how you stack up against real competition.

••• The ultimate combination of RTS and TD games •••
Summon legendary heroes with mighty skills that act as generals while you command the mushroom tribe minions. Power up your team with buffs and sneaky abilities to gain the upper hand in breaking the enemy defenses in real-time.

Welcome to the most fungal battlefield action, now download Mushroom Wars 2 and craft your strategy!

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Mushroom Wars 2 - RTS meets TD has 12 820 user reviews.​

Mushroom Wars 2 - RTS meets TD has an average rating of 4.6. ​The latest version of Mushroom Wars 2 - RTS meets TD 3.10.3​ ​​was ​released on Jan 16, 2020​.

You can download Mushroom Wars 2 - RTS meets TD ​here

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