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Game Information

Available on:PCMar 16, 2017

Developer: Traptics

Genre: Action

DESCRIPTION You are 4 friends. On a couch. You have 4 controllers. All you need is a post-apocalyptic excuse to duke it out. Only you never thought you’d love a fungi spewing gun that always leads to the same end result: glorious dismemberment. Moribund is a local multiplayer game that takes place in a post apocalyptic world where a highly aggressive fungus strain has devoured most of the life. The gameplay is fast paced and has an "easy to learn, hard to master" approach. Two to four players can play simultaneously. GAMEPLAY Each player has a gun with two firing modes. The first mode is used to immobilize the enemy. While the enemy is immobilized, you can charge you harpoon (your second firing mode) and shoot it against the helpless enemy. If he hasn't escaped then his gory, splattery death is guaranteed. Simple right? But when you add 4 players, a couple of hazards and power ups in the mix everything becomes much more exciting. FEATURES 15 super hard single player challenges. A wide variety of multiplayer levels (80 levels split over 8 settings, each with its own graphical environment, mechanics, and music track). Two multiplayer game modes (Free for all and Team battle). Eight characters each with his own unique personality and voice acting. Several stage mechanics promising unique and hilarious deaths. The glorious rag doll. The pillar of the game allowing ever-unique dismemberments and deaths.

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Reviews

Despite having an interesting central mechanic, a lack of online and a dull art style prevent this from being worth picking up over other games in the genre.

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In the end, Moribund would be decent if it were in a vacuum. The base gameplay is fine, but the execution feels very slow when compared to other similar titles. The level layouts may be numerous, but the actual stage themes feel limited, so you'll be able to go through them in no time. While it is appreciated to see some single-player challenges in an otherwise multiplayer-focused title, their numerous balance issues mean that no one will bother with them. With a presentation that's more off-putting than cool, it's difficult to recommend Moribund unless you've exhausted almost every other similar title in the genre.

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