Reviews for Multiwinia DNS
Death to the stick people!Cooberstooge | Aug. 26, 2012 | See all Cooberstooge's reviews »
Introversion does it again, with yet another brilliant indie title that'll keep your interest for long after your AAA titles have become but distant memories. Multiwinia is simple yet deep, exactly what new- and old-comers to strategy gaming hunger for. Completing objectives is easy, if only the other guys would leave you alone. Sure, you'll fail lots of times, but look great while doing so. The game is rock-solid, with crashes never being a thing to concern yourself with. I think my longest game was running for eight straight hours, with me stopping every hour to give my eyes a break, but Multiwinia wasn't shut off once the whole time. There's not a whole lot different here from Darwinia, but there's enough to warrant a purchase. I'd suggest grabbing both and playing the original first, though. You can't really go wrong with either of these titles, in my opinion.
Much betterhotmando1 | July 20, 2011 | See all hotmando1's reviews »
Darwinia and Multiwania are some of the best rts games out there. They hold their own unique visual style and don't even put a strain on pc rigs to run! You'll still have awesome battles without losing fps. Barely any bugs, crashes, etc. Great soundtrack and tons of open world in the game. You can pretty much what you want to do Of course..you'll encounter the invisible wall some time or another but this is still pretty reat. Truly a good sequel.
Multiwinia is a simple, yet elegant experiencedas_regal | June 8, 2011 | See all das_regal's reviews »
Usually multi player experiences are for those who played through a single player component of a game and found themselves wanting more. Multiwinia is very different in that regard, it offers an experience that is quite unlike it's solo brethren. What it does really well is provide a no-frills, basic strategy experience, but the simplistic design hurts it too. Unless you find yourself really embroiled into its basic game play it won't hold your attention too long, and you don't even get it free with Darwinia. It's still quite fun and interesting to try however, plus cheap to boot.
Complete Bargainrascallion | April 21, 2011 | See all rascallion's reviews »
I played Darwinia on the Xbox 360 and loved it, so I decided to give this one a go. And I am glad I did. Multiwinia offers the same free roaming addictive fun as Darwinia does, and then multiplies it by ten. With loads of stickmen to kill, it never gets dull. Brilliant, and at this price, a bargain.