Developer: Oink games Pros: Minimalist graphics, RPG elements and offers something other collect 3 tiles games do not. Cons: Will take over your life.
Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world. Well i would if i wasn’t playing Mujo!
we all love the puzzle game genre; you know match three tiles or more to gain points and complete level by level like the immensely popular bubble witch saga. Well this is essentially what Mujo is but with a twist instead of just collecting points you can use those tiles to attacks monsters which it is your mission to defeat.
Mujo combines wonderfully simple minimalist graphics with addictive game play and music to be one of my favorite puzzle games out at the moment. In Mujo you work your way through Greek mythology fighting the monsters and armies of the Greek yesteryear and the game play itself is very simple; collect three or more offensive tiles by tapping them in order to attack say the cyclops that your currently tangling with to reduce it’s health or for a bigger attack you can stack them for a more intense strike.
There are other tiles of course to collect and these work as experience points to level up your Greek gods, that’s right another delightful twist to this game is you get to control your own gods to help you get through the game which by the way did i mention is kind of never ending! As your progress through the game you can unlock more gods by collecting the chests that appear in each level; when you match three orange chests you can change them into a silver chest which gives you a better chance of obtaining one of the best gods i mean come on who doesn’t want Hades god of the underworld kicking cyclops ass for them?
This is another title that uses Gamecentre so if you and your friends fancy comparing your high scores and who beat what mythical beasts by uploading scores and videos of your latest feats you can. Now if you excuse me i think i have spent far too long writing this article already when i should be playing Mujo!
A last word from me:
What are you doing still reading this when you should be on the app store getting this game; go on get going!