All About Games
 
“It all sounds very exciting, and the modes we've played already show the game has a lot of potential for those looking for a different online or LAN experience. It's looking especially good if you want a 10 minute multiplayer game to jump into, with intense battles to occupy your lunch break.”
 
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Game Replays
 
“Multiwinia is shaping up to be a game that endorses fast, quick multiplayer action, or a simple gaming fix for those that want a quick five to ten minutes of fun or a variety of gameplay.”
 
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Gaming Shenanigans
 
"Multiwinia, like its predecessor, seems to provide fun and challenging gameplay whilst nimbly dodging all attempts to pigeonhole it into a clear genre.”
 
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Games Radar
 
“It’s very much a new game: you control your little stick-men directly this time, instead of the disposable squads of Darwinia. That’s essential, because each of Multiwinia’s six game modes requires you to rapidly split your forces between several different objectives.”
 
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Game Shadow
 
“There's no denying Multiwinia is a brilliantly put together piece of work, and fun even versus AI - and that's without exploring the more elaborate game modes locked out of the preview.”
 
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1Up
 
“With multiple human competitors and more complex objectives (we're looking forward to trying out Rocket Riot and Blitzkrieg) the apparent simplicity of Multiwinia may well be masking a very deep game.”
 
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PALGN
 
“Multiwinia looks very promising. If it can successfully accommodate a wide range of playing styles and skill levels, there's little reason to doubt we'll be happily hammering little stickmen well into 2009.”
 
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Voodoo Extreme
 
“Playable with bots and humans, Multiwinia's numerous game modes will likely keep players engrossed for many hours come its September release. Multiwinia appears to be another sure-fire hit for the innovative and successful Introversion crew.”
 
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IGN
 
At its heart Multiwinia is as hard and fast as a real-time strategy game can be, and it's the genre re-imagined through the twitch thrills and instant gratification of the arcade classics its visuals so beautifully ape.

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Rock Paper Shotgun
 
What’s it like? I’ve enjoyed it enough to be playing these three skirmish maps across the last few weeks. It’s an RTS cut back to its core essentials - you can file it next to World in Conflict, but even pacier.

Predictions? It’s going to get an extra 5-10% for the “Survival of the Flattest” subtitle alone.

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Softpedia
 
"In a way Introversion has managed to create a "game", stripped down of all other elements. There's no pretence of art here, no hint to a higher meaning. It's just a real time strategy, quick, with simple mechanics and with interesting twists."
 
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Custom PC
 
"The first thing that a player of Multiwinia will become aware of is the sheer number of game modes that are available. Multiwinia features everything from attacking a fort to capturing giant (surreal) statues and hauling them home across, to king of the hill area domination maps and straight up kill frenzies."
 
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Game Vortex
 
"It is only onward and upward from here with Multiwinia. Our little 2D dudes, and sorry - possibly dudettes, have spread throughout their digital world."
 
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Potential Gamer
 
"It’s a uniquely retro look, mixing TRON with early Amiga games to create a nostalgic neon landscape of sharp-edged polygons and simple 2D creatures."
 
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PC Gamer
 
"The first preview version of Multiwinia arrived in the office today, making us all aquiver. I ripped into it with childish haste, by which I mean to say that I slowly installed it and then carefully typed in my 27-digit authentication key exactly as it appeared in the covering letter. And inside, a surprise! My dear old friend, immortalised in polygonal gold."
 
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