About this game
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.
Gamer Reviews16 Reviews
Critic Reviews8 Reviews
Dom Reseigh-Lincoln — Aug 21, 2018
It just needs the right kind of post-launch TLC from its developer and some smart adjustments to both net code and player progression. With added gyro controls making the most of those Joy-Cons (should you want to gather mass via motion controls) and support for local play with up to eight players (as opposed to online's four), this indie shooter has the potential to grow into a genuine sleeper hit.
Kyle LeClair — Aug 30, 2018
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.
Chris Compendio — Sep 07, 2018
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.
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Perry Burkum — Aug 28, 2018
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.
Albert Lichi — Sep 06, 2018
Morphie's Law is not without its good points. The game does run pretty well and the cosmetic customisation options do offer enough flexibility to make a unique dummy. What is worse than having to endure matches of Morphie's Law, though, is how its balanced since having to buy anything with the in-game currency takes an absurd amount of time to accrue. Just stick to Splatoon 2 and its DLC.
Andrew Rockett — Aug 31, 2018
The game will be much easier to recommend if online stability and more content are ever added via DLC in the future. In the meantime, though, if you have several Switch-owning friends who can get together for some download play, or if you just really want to run around with misshapen offline bots, then Morphies Law may be a worthy addition to your library.
Thomas Pillon — Sep 06, 2018
Car il ne faut pas se voiler la face : avec ses modes de jeux originaux, Morphies Law pourra certes le temps d'une soirée divertir une bande de potes passablement éméchés et peu regardant sur leurs dépenses. Mais lorsque les vapeurs du soir ne seront plus au petit matin qu'un lointain souvenir, il faudra plus d'une tequila paf pour digérer la note salée de la veille.
Sérgio Mota — Sep 21, 2018
Morphies Law apresenta-se como um título multijogador online interesante, onde as formas habituais de jogo são trocadas pela mecânica do roubo de massa. Apesar da pouca quantidade de conteúdo que apresenta e do baixo número de jogadores activos, é uma experiência divertida e original, com bons elementos a solo e recurso a adversários controlados pelo jogo.