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Mutropolis

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Based on 8 critic reviews
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68

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50%

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Available on:PCFeb 18, 2021

Developer: Pirita Studio

Publisher: Pirita Studio

Genre: Adventure

A LOVELY SCI-FI DETECTIVE POINT&CLICK ADVENTURE. It is the year 5000, and the greatest achievements in human history are forgotten. The pyramids, the Mona Lisa, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air – forgotten. Forgotten by everyone except Henry Dijon and his ragtag team of archaeologists. They left Mars to dig up lost treasures on the wild and inhospitable Planet Earth. Life is sweet, until Henry’s professor is kidnapped, and thing start to get... weird. Join Henry on a freewheeling adventure through the ruins of our civilization. Ask questions like, “Who was this Sony Walkman? And where did he walk?” Unearth extraordinary relics, rescue Professor Totel, and be the first to enter the legendary city of Mutropolis. One more thing - the gods of ancient Egypt are real and they’re trying to destroy humanity. - Have fun! FEATURES 50+ hand-drawn scenes, crammed with cute, weird characters. Full voice over in English, text localizations in Spanish, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Korean and Japanese. Archaeological puzzles with a sci-fi twist. TONS OF LOVE! ABOUT PIRITA STUDIO MUTROPOLIS is the debut adventure game from Madrid-based artists Beatriz Gascón and Juan Pablo González. As Pirita Studio, they've crafted a game full of adorable animation and hand-drawn wonderment. Henry's adventure combines old-school point & clickery with a fun, modern interface.

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Mutropolis is a decent point and click adventure title with genuine humour and some very good puzzles. However, it's let down by a slow-paced middle act that drags on far too long and some puzzles that could have been better implemented.

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Mutropolis is a fun game held back by unforgiving speed bumps. I am enthralled by the beautiful art style, and the tone the game sets in the narrative leaves you having a good time. But it's hard to enjoy what you're doing if you can't move forward, and I too often found myself at a stop sign.

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Mutropolis is a charming throwback to old school point-and-click adventure games. While it doesn't do anything wrong, it doesn't stand out either. I would have loved to see more of the world and the characters and less backtracking and obtuse puzzles.

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Mutropolis is, simply put, a fantastic homage to the point-and-click classics of the '90s.

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