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"Quick and furious gameplay, simple mechanics, and a slightly-bent charm made finding this title one of the more pleasant surprises I’ve had in a while." - GamingNexus.com
"If you’re still pondering if you should purchase this game or not, don’t. Buy this game." - CPUGamer.com
"Long ago a computer scientist called Dr Sepulveda created a beautiful digital world existing entirely within a computer network of his own invention. This world was called Darwinia and it was inhabited by a peaceful, law-abiding digital life-form called the Darwinians.
As the years wore on however the Darwinians became ever more aggressive and autonomous. They divided into factions, squabbling over Darwinia's limited natural resources. Tribes began to roam the fractal voids hell bent on each others destruction, drunk on power and unswerving in the pursuit of world supremacy.
Far and wide, they became known as the Multiwinians..."
Welcome to Multiwinia: Survival of the Flattest — the ultimate retro-arcade multiplayer experience! Choose from a selection of six spectacular action-packed game modes, set in one of the most beautiful game environs you will ever set eyes on.
Challenge your opponent to a game of stick-man slaughter, and watch digital-war unfold, as your Multiwinian army struggles to complete a chosen task faster and better than your rival's. It's fast, it's furious, and only the flattest will survive!
An interesting Rts gameiiilker99 | Dec. 2, 2013 | See all iiilker99's reviews »
Multiwinia is a good game. It has got a lot of gamemodes , but no campaign. There isn't any players in multiplayer but dont't worry . AI is very good and you won't need any players to play against. Also , this is a good strategy game for beginners , Multiwinia is not too hard to learn.
Yes , yes graphics are not so good , but not so bad. Animations are really bad , because soldiers are not moving a single part of their bodies while attacking or going. Sounds are good , music is better.
Overall, Multiwinia is a good and fun strategy game.
Multiplayer dead, but good single playerViprus | July 23, 2013 | See all Viprus's reviews »
Multiwinia, being an older game, only has a few servers left with active players (2 games in progress last time I played), but still has a good enough Single Player vs. AI mode to keep you happy, if you can get it at a low enough price.
The multiplayer version of Darwinia, you no longer have to worry viruses (too much) and now focus on 6 different gametypes for pitting armies of Darwinians against each other. Whether it be King of the Hill, battling for control of map points, Assault where you attack or defend a map destroying weapon, Supremacy where you aim for total control of a map, or any of the other game modes, Multiwinia provides an easy-to-learn, simple, fast paced strategy game which can get really tense in those last few seconds before the game ends.
As the community for this game seems all but dried up, I'd recommend trying to get a few friends to play with you if you really want to play against other players.