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Engine
DayDreamer
Rating
R
Language
English
Release Date
12/07/2010
Last Update
01/05/2013
Version
1.0
Development
Complete
Likes
14
Contest
None
Orig PC Gender
Male
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Version: 1.0


Mutagen

Mutagen is a transformation game written in the DayDreamer engine by Hiccup.

You wake up in your bed and realize that today is the day that you swore you would have your revenge on everyone who ever wronged you... which is actually everyone you've ever met including your family.

They called you crazy, they called you insane. But with the mutagen you created, you will turn them all into freaks!

You developed the mutagen by experimenting on a meteorite made of Unobtainium and Phlebotinum. The meteorite was discovered in the 1950's by a group of traveling gypsies who put a curse on it. You ground the meteorite up into a fine powder then mixed it with pixie dust and dryer lint to create the mutagen.


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Review by MGP

Version reviewed: 1.0 on 02/14/2020


Reviewing a nine year old game? Sure!

A brief description of the premise and gameplay: You play as a mad scientist who runs around town with an Animal DNA extractor, collecting pieces of DNA from various objects and processing them into mutagens which can be used to transform the townsfolk into a variety of animal species. The catch is that each mutagen has to be used on a specific person, so it's a puzzle of using the description of each mutagen to match them with the correct person. Some paths can only be unlocked by mutating the person blocking it. Each TF is accompanied by a short description and artwork by Edmol, whose art you might recognise if you're into furry TF.

Overall I enjoyed it, the accompanying art is high quality, and there are a great variety of animal species to get through. Some people may find the gameplay to be repetitive, and the TF descriptions are very short (though there are a lot of them). It should take between 30-60 minutes to complete. There's not much of an ending, the game ends as soon as you trigger the final TF, but I'm not too bothered.


Review by ZekeiRefter

Version reviewed: 1.0 on 05/18/2014


This game is worth playing. My only complaint is that there should be more description for each TF sequence,


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