Charming art, deep puzzle mechanics The developer gives new players some handicaps to keep them interested up until the point they begin discovering the game's strategy elements, though I'm not sure that that point arrives soon enough. As the player I felt like I was meandering until I realized a handful of strategies. This is probably fun for players who enjoy exploration, but for others it may take some patience.
Unique with nice graphics Most popular puzzle rpgs basically copied heroes and monsters, but not this game. The characters are based on Greek Gods and help with playing the puzzle. The design is great, but not so great it eats up RAM. The puzzle complexity is easy, it didn't take me long to figure out how to solve it. Another issue is the memory bug, the most recent progress gets deleted when I exit the game and return. The lightening regeneration would be nice to get sooner in smaller chunks, like one every hour or so.
Pretty good match-3 type game with a twist. You have the ability to collapse groups of tiles into one space to build up bigger combos, along with Gods that provide bonuses and abilities, effectively filling the role of skills in other similar games. Linear storyline with bosses that have special conditions like regenerating health or a turn limit.
Great! I dont think the game is pointless like other reviews have mentioned. It's a bit hard to understand and might take a while to grasp the concept of the gameplay. It's challenging enough but not too much that you wanna give up right away. The best thing abt this game is its great graphics and there are no ads.
Yessss I love the game, It's so addicting and I cant even stop myself from playing it!! Its not true that its hard its super easy but challenging at the same time! It was harf at girst because I didnt understand but you can click the help button so youll know how to play it.... Good Game and I hope more games from the creator soon😊😊
Unique, But Quickly Tiresome Mujo is a beautifully drawn game with unique mechanics, but after the fifteenth or twentieth level you realize it never really gets any more complex or interesting than it started out, and so those unique mechanics feel wasted. If you want a simple repetitive puzzle game, this one is a gem! If you're going for something more intriguing, you may wish to pass on this one.