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Rating: 4.5/5 (82 votes)
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MeaghanTransmorpherMonsters aren't mere figments sprung from misunderstanding anymore. Nope, nowadays they're engineered in laboratories where they get to be poked, prodded, and judged by a bunch of guys in weird suits. No longer, though, will the monsters in Transmorpher suffer such injustice! In the physics puzzle platformer by FlashRushGames a select few monsters will attempt a break out from a treacherous laboratory filled with spikes, acid, and electric fields. Click to jump and select where you want the monster to go, or use the [WASD] or [arrow] keys instead, using [1-4] to swap between monsters. Each monster has its own unique set of talents you'll need to switch out in order to complete a stage.

Boasting an impressive 48 levels, Transmorpher is a nice treat for any platform fan, especially with the option for keyboard or mouse control. The random hologram of a dancing woman that you can get on levels if you hit the proper activation button seems unnecessary and out of place in the otherwise innocent game. Sometimes switching between the monsters causes a hitch in the groove you set for yourself but can easily be mastered with enough practice. Having to use each monster interchangeably gives a great flavor of change to an otherwise predictable genre and those monsters are cute enough to possibly surpass the glory of cats... well, maybe, not but they're endearing enough to keep you playing until they've reached freedom.

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4 Comments

Looked pretty good. But couldn't figure out how to mutate, as in lvl 4

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Mtweed

Just press 2 as you jump

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Yeah, you press the corresponding number you want to mutate into, a la the three sheep in that one game.

I kind of got over it by level 14.

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I think the only reason this has 48 levels is because the designers threw in every possible level design they could think of. There are lots of variations on the same theme and not much interest after the 4th time you've crawled around the underside of a platform dodging electricity. Gets rather too repetitive too quickly.

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