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Our Users Say

Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work and the game plays. 3.1
Graphics The visual quality of the game 2.8
Personal Slant A personal rating of the game, regardless of other attributes 3.0
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 2.5
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Overall User Score (8 votes) 2.8

Critic Reviews

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The Video Game Critic (Apr 22, 2006)
Mutant's single blemish is the excessive number of lives you're allotted. You begin with five, and then receive an extra life after each wave. Why didn't they make that adjustable? This proliferation of lives waters down the challenge, but overall this game is no joke.
The Atari Times (Jun 13, 2005)
So that's pretty cool, just like when Demon Attack was very amazing when it came out, with it's great graphics and the demons moving independently AND flapping their wings was a bit of a triumph for the 2600. You can also have up to four players on this game, so Starpath really made up for the lack of originality by giving it features to the max, plus with previews of two of their other games on the tape.
JoyStik (Dec, 1982)
That's right - not just any old Mutants from space, but actual, card-carrying COMMUNIST MUTANTS attack in this spectacular variation on the Space Invaders/Galaxian video-game theme.
Communist Mutants From Space is a really cool shooter that should have reached more gamers in the early 80's but it was trapped on a cassette tape. We highly recommend you give it a whirl via Stella! And don't forget to get 3 friends to join you - excellent multi-player!
This action-packed update on the Space Invaders theme finally answers the burning question: Which came first, the mother mutant or the egg?
TeleMatch (Jul, 1983)
Wie auch immer: Mit der Bildschirm-Realität hat die auf Verpackung und in Bedienungsanleitung erzählte aufgeblasene, zumal alberne Geschichte nicht die Bohne zu tun. Und Tempo hin, Tempo her: Es bleibt ein simpler, akustisch farbloser Space Invaders-Aufguß, der eine gute Note lediglich durch die Action verdient hat. Die schwächste Cassette für den Supercharger!