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Attack of the Mutant Veggies

A fight with celeries. Visiting the weaponsmith. As advertised, the mutant veggies attack. From the COTPATD project.
February 21st, 2019
Score : 7.0 good
Peasant He/Him Hungary bloop
The nation above all 
The game follows and alternative universe (I assume) story that focuses on some rouge Ancients creating mutant vegetables. Mapping is okay, and there are new graphics which in quality - most of them are vegetables like celeries and radishes. The D-Mod has a section where you can select various places to teleport to. It keeps the game varied. Like form example one part with the labyrinth where you have to avoid acidic barrels. Also, let's speak about the difficulty. It has an easy and a hard mode. I played with hard mode - the only difference I saw was the health of enemies. Anyway, at some point you can get throwing axes. They make the game conaiderably easier. But if you complete the area they take it away from you. So the at one side it makes the game significantly easier on another side you get a weapon for a very short time and your money is wasted. Pick your poision - a considerably harder or easier game. Anyway, I would recommend this D-Mod if you are looking for a new one to play, but not for a beginner, as it can be a bit frustrating to get around.
March 27th, 2011
Score : 8.0 good
Peasant He/Him United States
Yes, I am the real Cheddarbird. 

It gets a solid 8 in my book.
There were a couple parts I found kind of sloppy like the psychic shop and a couple other minor things like I didn't care for the world 3 because it seemed quickly peiced together.
What I did enjoy was the comical and original story idea and the cool enemys.
I love the great puzzle and the challenge level.
And there were a lot of other nice details, hence the dancing baby.
July 16th, 2009
Score : 8.9 good
Peasant He/Him
I Bring Tidings of Spam 
This d-mod is passable in my opinion. The story was solid with no plot holes, and had a comedic taste to it: Bored ancients who make mutant veggies! I am not very far in this game, and to tell the truth, I actually quit it. The reason? The reason lies within the enemies strength. But I'll tell you all about that soon.

Overall I give the story: 10/10.

The graphics of AOTMV were a little bland in my opinion. The buildings are the same as in any other mod, the scenery, and some enemies. But there are some additions of new graphics such as the celery. I think it was a good idea to put in the celery as a sprite.

Overall I give the graphics: 9/10.

The sound. I don't really have much to say about the sound, although the title music suits the game. Now, there may be some new sounds later in the game, but I haven't gotten that far since I quit a while back.

Overall I give the sound: 8/10.

I wanted to throw in an extra section in this review that is all about the over-defense of the vegetables. First off, I think that the veggies are a little to overpowered, when it comes to defense. The highest damage I ever seem to do is just one. I tried raising my attack by about 1000 via the DSSE, but I still only delivered one point worth of damage to them. This is the part of the game that lowers my overall score from a perfect 10, down to 8.9.
October 5th, 2007
Score : 7.2 good
This wasn't actually that bad. When I went to download it, I thought this would really, really, crap, but it actually turned out quite good.

The story is decent, with a few funny twists. It is also very clear, making the game more playable.

Not a hell of a lot here, the only ones I could find were the vegies and some
inventory items. The veggies weren't all that good so it lost some points.

This was actually pretty good, a little boring. The starting area got a little bit confusing because most of the screens look the same.

Overall, this d-mod is well done and I recommend this d-mod to any one who wants a twist.
Mutant Veggies. Hmm