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Content Rating: Teen
Morphies Law is a robot morphology driven 3D shooter with a simple basic law: each weapon hit transfers mass from the victim's damaged limb to the corresponding limb of the attacker.
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On paper, the concepts of Morphies Law sound original and creative, but once you dive into the game, you’ll find a more shallow experience than you were expecting. And that’s disappointing—while it may sound like I’m harping on the game for copying others, I love all of the games that inspired it and was hoping that this would be another unexpected indie darling for my beloved Nintendo Switch.
Morphies Law is the rare multiplayer game these days where the offline mode is the vastly superior option. While one may be able to recommend the game based on solo strength alone, the online issues need TLC. But even outside of that, a small number of equally small maps hinders what is otherwise a unique premise that has the potential for a fun and insane shooter with a ton of customization options.
All in all, I just didn’t really have fun playing Morphie’s Law, which is a real shame. The great amount of detail that went into the design and aesthetic is phenomenal, with beautiful visuals and a killer soundtrack to boot. Unfortunately the gameplay just doesn’t live up to the rest, and even the premise doesn’t ever really feel more than a novelty. A future update could potentially fix a lot of these issues, but as it stands I have a hard time recommending Morphie’s Law.