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Submitted by meepmoopmeep 1998d ago | review

MacLife Review: Multiwinia

Who says you need guns and tanks-or even arms and legs that bend-to wage war? Real-time strategy game Multiwinia puts you in command of an army of 2D stick figures called Multiwinians, hell-bent on destroying enemy factions in six multiplayer-style game modes (which can also be played alone) across a unique vector-graphics landscape.

Domination mode has you wiping out your enemy by taking over all the spawn points, and in King of the Hill mode, you're fighting to hold certain areas for the longest amount of time. The object of Capture the Statue mode is to drag giant statues that appear around the game world back to your home base. Assault mode divides your soldiers into attack and defense teams, for conquering the enemy position while defending your own. (Multiwinia, PC) 4/5

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