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  • Summary: MUTROPOLIS is a lovely sci-fi adventure set on the abandoned Planet Earth. Play as Henry Dijon (hero, nerd, detective) in search of a legendary lost city. Uncover weird ancient artifacts. And PLEASE don’t get obliterated by an ageless evil. You’ve been warned.
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 12
  2. Negative: 0 out of 12
  1. Apr 26, 2021
    90
    In a fun and fascinating take on the future, Mutropolis offers a compelling point-and-click sci-fi experience that proves the classic adventure formula is as potent as ever.
  2. Feb 23, 2021
    90
    Mutropolis is definitely one of the better point and clicks I’ve played in recent memory, and was a pleasant surprise on every front presented. I genuinely enjoyed every moment I spent with it — even when stuck — because it was such a joy to look at and explore. There were a few times I got stuck, certainly, but nothing that kept me from progressing for too long. If you like point and click games with good puzzles, great depth, and an incredibly unique story with fun characters, your quest for Mutropolis ends here.
  3. Feb 18, 2021
    85
    In a period lagging from enough quality adventure games, Mutropolis is pleasant surprise. This is an enjoyable adventure and a first- class debut for Pirita Studio.
  4. Feb 18, 2021
    70
    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.
  5. 70
    Mutropolis shows tons of promise and is undeniably funny and charming. Beautiful to look at with an interesting story and likeable characters, point-and-click fans will find lots to enjoy here. It’s a strong debut from Pirita Studios, a definite step in the right direction and hopefully a sign of good things to come.
  6. Feb 20, 2021
    67
    Mutroplis is a fun point and click adventure game with a good story, gorgeous visuals and a lot of humor, but sadly suffers from poorly implemented and often illogical puzzles.
  7. Feb 18, 2021
    60
    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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  1. Positive: 4 out of 5
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  1. Apr 15, 2021
    10
    Great game. Fun and warm. The artwork and character design is beautiful. Very chill music and well designed puzzles.
  2. Apr 5, 2021
    10
    Excellent point and click adventure game. graphics are great, the story is interesting, the characters are good. The humor is mostly hit andExcellent point and click adventure game. graphics are great, the story is interesting, the characters are good. The humor is mostly hit and miss (unless you're like 10 years old). The interesting plot and settings bring it all together though. If you enjoyed monkey island and/or leisure larry you will like this one as well. Expand
  3. Feb 20, 2021
    10
    A wonderful graphic adventure. Very nice hand drawn graphics and not easy puzzles, that have made me enjoy every second of the game.
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    A wonderful graphic adventure. Very nice hand drawn graphics and not easy puzzles, that have made me enjoy every second of the game.
    It's perceived how Mutrópolis feeds on the classics of the genre. A fun game that will transport you to the 90's!
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  4. Fuz
    Mar 9, 2021
    6
    Good enough game.
    I really like the art style (reminds me a lot of Broken Age), but I detest those stupid flash game animations. They're also
    Good enough game.
    I really like the art style (reminds me a lot of Broken Age), but I detest those stupid flash game animations. They're also super stiff in this game, and there aren't many. You know, the generic empty hand movement when you use an item? Yeah, there's a lot of that.
    Good voice acting, very convincing. Puzzles are quite good so far, with puzzle chains and more puzzles available at the same time so you can switch at your leisure. Although... some are memory-related and force you to go back to locations to check stuff again if you forgot a step (no, the main character doesn't take notes), I encountered another one that I solved by chance because the item wasn't collectable the first time I found it and it changed its significance later on [the folder with the paycheck], and I'm finding that the game is actually really hard. But here's the thing... PIXEL HUNTING. Yeah, there's no highlight key. I don't want to comment this issue further, I don't want to be rude and offensive. (screw you)
    Decent interface, but here's another thing I bloody hate - it's designed for tablets. Right mouse click do absolutely nothing, but at least you can use the mouse wheel or "I" to bring down the inventory. Oh, and no key rebinding OF COURSE. (screw you)
    The story is intriguing so far, good setting, and pushes me to progress.
    So far I'd give it a 8/10, but considering the pixel hunting and the other pet peeves let's skim it down to 6/10.
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