Colossatron: Massive World Threat Review

Colossatron: Massive World Threat Review

Dec 30, 2013

Colossatron: Massive World Threat is all about controlling a giant, space faring robot creature, bristling with guns as he destroys everything in sight. How could it not be awesome?

Screenshot_2013-12-22-17-34-39Colossatron crash lands at a new city every level, which must be completely levelled to win the game. As he thunders around, smashing down buildings and causing havoc, the military responds with legions of tanks and choppers, dropships full of infantry and bombers. Most cities also have a boss of sorts like a massive, tough to kill plane or tank at the end. When a city is destroyed money is earned that can be used to upgrade or repair Colossatron. Premium currency can be picked up during games as well, which can be used to upgrade amour and unlock new weapons.

While Colossatron:MWT may look like an action game and in some ways it is, the crux of the game is more akin to puzzle games. As Colossatron rampages thought the city, different coloured pieces of his body float in from the sides of the screen at random. Each colour is a different weapon and they are dragged and dropped onto Colossatron. The idea is to drag pieces so they are in groups of three on Colossatron. When three pieces are arranged, they merge into one more powerful weapon. Some pieces will change colour when they are placed alongside others, such as blue and red which make purple. This is the only way to create some weapons.

Screenshot_2013-12-22-18-11-59Weapons are very satisfying in Colossatron:MWT and range from missiles to lasers and railguns and even flamethrowers. When Colossatron has a lot of weapons it’s easy to just gawk at the sheer number of bullets and lasers on screen as he slices his way through entire tank battalions in seconds. Soon into the game the player gains the ability to focus Colossatron’s fire and it is great fun to drag the crosshair over a massive squadron of bombers and watch them get torn into bits by Colossatron’s arsenal.

Colossatron:MWT is great to look at. Colossatron himself is very well detailed and very colourful. The weapon effects are amazing and there are literal hailstorms of bullets and tons of great looking laser and flame effects. The armies Colossatron fights look good too and their sharp, 2D style makes it easy to quickly see what is where and where the threats are.

The sound is extremely well done as well. The beefy weapon sound effects really make them feel powerful and the energetic music and fun voice acting really make the game sound special. Colossatron’s presentation sets a great backdrop to the action. Presented as a pseudo news report of the destruction, there are some amusing characters, like General Mustache that give the game a bit of flair.

Colossatron: Massive World Threat is a fantastic game. Its very fun to play, features a robotic snake destroying entire armies with a barrage of weapons and is truly unique. Play it today!

Colossatron: Massive World Threat Review Rundown

Graphics/Sound - A massive cornucopia of weapon fire, great presentation and excellent sound. Flawless.
Controls - Reacts first time every time. Feels very intuitive.
Gameplay - Unique, fun gameplay, heaps of variety and a quite fair freemium system.
Replay Value - Very addictive with a lot of levels and things to unlock.
Overall - Definitely a must play gem, Colossatron's unique gameplay is a breath of fresh air.

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