Ex-Mutants lets you feel good about being a human being! Good news! You and your buddies used to be mutants, climbing and slithering in the atomic ruins of the year 2055. The good cyborg Professor Kildare changed all that by turning you into genetically normal humans.
Bad news! Sluggo, the green, slimeball king of the mutants, wants to destroy anything that even resembles humans. He's already captured four of your partners. As Ackroyd or Shannon your mission is to rescue your buds, find Energy cells for Kildare, and send Slug go back to the slime from which he came.
Sega has put together a dynamite fighter. Ex-Mutants is loaded with 11 rounds of furious action. (NOTE: You must play at the medium or hard level of diffculty if you want to make it to the end of the game.) It can be played as a one- or two-player game. Single gamers can choose to be Ackroyd with an axe or Shannon with nunchucks.
Axe Or Chucks?
Ackroyd and Shannon offer advantages to different players. Ackroyd is strong, but slow. His axe has a shorter reach. Shannon is not as strong but she is fast and her chucks reach farther. Each can get you through the game. Ex-Mutants has two types of rounds: fighting and speed. FLying rounds are where power ups and other goodies.
In speed rounds you stand on a rapidly moving surface. To survive, duck and/or jump the obstacles while hacking away at hordes of mutated critters. If you like neo-modern battle carts, you'll get a post-nuclear kick out of Ex-Mutants.
PC compatible, P-100
Systems: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game features:Single game mode
Ex-Mutants Screenshots and Media
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