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Moo Lander Review: An Amoosing Metroidvania

Like the cow fights, tone is another issue in Moo Lander. At times, it feels like two games mashed together and it doesn’t always work. The story of civilization’s downfall and warnings against tampering with nature are mixed with an odd sci-fi story about technology powered by milk. It’s combined with relaxing music and beautiful animated graphics – and then there are lots of cow puns thrown in. It’s enough to give anyone tonal whiplash and sometimes the humor feels more tacked on than integral.

Mooltiplayer is for anyone looking for some PvP or co-op action, and the various modes here are enjoyable. Most of them feature the kinds of combat and gameplay found within the Campaign, but Galactic Mooball – which feels like the soccer mini-game in Mario Party more than Rocket League – is a real highlight. Mooltiplayer may not keep players interested long-term, but Galactic Mooball serves as a nice break from the usual gameplay in Moo Lander as opposing UFOs try to score points in each other’s goals.

Despite having some problems, Moo Lander is a ton of fun that delivers on its premise of being the first “Mootroidvania.” The humor is hit or miss, but there are plenty of times players will find themselves smiling as they navigate the various biomes and try to solve puzzles to move the story forward. The story may not be that great, but the gameplay is – and it definitely makes Moo Lander worth checking out.

Moo Lander is available now on PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch. Screen Rant was provided with a PlaySation code for Moo Lander for the purpose of this review.

Our Rating:

3.5 out of 5 (Very Good)


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Moo Lander Review: An Amoosing Metroidvania

Like the cow fights, tone is another issue in Moo Lander. At times, it feels like two games mashed together and it doesn’t always work. The story of civilization’s downfall and warnings against tampering with nature are mixed with an odd sci-fi story about technology powered by milk. It’s combined with relaxing music and beautiful animated graphics – and then there are lots of cow puns thrown in. It’s enough to give anyone tonal whiplash and sometimes the humor feels more tacked on than integral.
Mooltiplayer is for anyone looking for some PvP or co-op action, and the various modes here are enjoyable. Most of them feature the kinds of combat and gameplay found within the Campaign, but Galactic Mooball – which feels like the soccer mini-game in Mario Party more than Rocket League – is a real highlight. Mooltiplayer may not keep players interested long-term, but Galactic Mooball serves as a nice break from the usual gameplay in Moo Lander as opposing UFOs try to score points in each other’s goals.

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Despite having some problems, Moo Lander is a ton of fun that delivers on its premise of being the first “Mootroidvania.” The humor is hit or miss, but there are plenty of times players will find themselves smiling as they navigate the various biomes and try to solve puzzles to move the story forward. The story may not be that great, but the gameplay is – and it definitely makes Moo Lander worth checking out.
Moo Lander is available now on PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch. Screen Rant was provided with a PlaySation code for Moo Lander for the purpose of this review.

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Our Rating:
3.5 out of 5 (Very Good)

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