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Take part of history's greatest battle of Green VS. Tan. Fight amongst and against others online. Jump, shoot and roll your way into victory with fast paced objective based gameplay. Sometimes the greatest battles are fought by the smallest of soldiers. The Mean Greens is a 3rd-person shooter played from the perspective of toy army soldiers. Match up with others online for some friendly multiplayer competition. Enjoy a huge battle of up to 10 players in each environmentally unique map.
Hi folks and welcome here today it's all about the indie game The Mean Green. The game itself is about plastic soldiers like in Toy Story or Army Men who go at each other's throats to do everything for their own color to win. For the release...
the game has 10 beautifully designed cards thanks to the great Unreal Engie 4 each card looks unique and almost like the own children's room you once had or always wanted to have. To take out the enemy troops, you'll have a decent arsenal of weapons including the M4A1, a sniper rifle, a shotgun, a flamethrower, the rocket launcher and the grenade.
What in my opinion is the biggest criticism of the game is quite simply that everyone has all the weapons in his possession and there are no classes or the like to avoid campers, for example. The gameplay in itself is very fast and it comes very close to Unreal Tournament but with a completely different robe and army typical weapons. The biggest advantage of the indie title is the idea and numerous maps, which go from the kitchen to the bathroom even to the aquarium! On the crates themselves it goes in the 5 against 5 teams to the point.
Dabei each map offers you a different mode and the perfect u201elustigeu201c background music to underline this pointless battle the green and brown deliver themselves here. So, the game itself is really something for between, because the depth it could have had through larger maps or conquest mode, where you could have acted with planes and tanks and jeeps etc. is missing.
Grade with such an unspent setting there is a lot more room for maneuvers in it that one could have added here to create a rounder result.
I always like to remember the old Army Men parts, but nevertheless The Green Mean made me very much fun because it is simply pleasant to play something unusual than the other typical Indian titles. If you have 15€ left and would like to try something new, you should beat here or just wait until the next sale, because at the release the servers are still very empty but this can change over the days.
That's it with this review and I hope to see you again next time! You are welcome to give us a thumb up or write in the comments below how you like the idea of The Green Mean or if you have already fought your own plastic battle? Until then I wish you a lot of fun and stood still!
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