Mutant Beasts Await You In BioBeasts For iOS and Android
For once it is not humanity messing around with nature, but evil robot scientists. The mechanical fiends have snatched innocent creatures from their habitats to experiment on. What the robots did not bargain on was that their mutation experiments would trigger rapid evolution in their captive creatures and pretty soon the tables are turned. In BioBeasts: Mutate & Destroy, an action packed free title for iOS and Android, you get to unleash the mutant beasts and help them escape the clutches of their robotic abductors.
Like all good mobile games, Mutant Beasts features gameplay that is simple yet addictive and once you have crushed a few waves of robot enemies there is no turning back. The game is viewed from an overhead perspective and you only have to worry about tapping four different buttons, each corresponding to an attack direction. Enemies come streaming at your beast from these directions, so taking care of them is a matter of quick reflexes and perfect timing.
You start out with one monster and difficulty mode, but as you play you will quickly unlock more of both. As you progress your foes will become faster, more unpredictable and stronger, but thanks to the mutations you can unlock between waves, so does your beast. The result is a fun and frantic gameplay experience that will keep you coming back for more.
BioBeasts: Mutate & Destroy is a free to play title with in-app purchases, most in the form of “BioBits” which is the in-game currency. You can get plenty of BioBits simply from playing, so don’t let that deter you from checking out the game. A recent update fixed several bugs and added an additional beast as well as several new beast skins. Halloween is just around the corner, so now is the perfect time to take BioBeasts for a spin. We’ll be publishing a full review of the game soon, but in the meantime, grab the game on iOS or Android to check it out yourself. You can also follow the game on Twitter or Facebook for more information and don’t forget to check out the developer blog.