The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare Crack/Patch

The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare Take part of history’s greatest battle of Green VS. Tan. Fight amongst and against others online. Jump, shoot and roll your way into victory with fast paced objective based gameplay. Sometimes the greatest battles are fought by the smallest of soldiers.

Download The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 58 / 100
User rating
7.7
Downloads 831
Genre Action, Shooter, Third-Person, Arcade
Company / Developer
Virtual Basement / Code Headquarters

The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare reviews ( 5 )

HeadlessGoose, Dec 8, 2015

The game in general is really exciting and fun. Their needs to be some changes in terms of default key binding but the gameplay is good. The graphic are great and overall its a very toystory like game. The music is fantastic as well.

TightNinja, Feb 8, 2016

If you ever liked Sarge's Heroes GET THIS GAME! I actually had more fun with this than Black Ops 3. This is a faithful upgrade to the classic Army Men games. it is a steal for $15. This is actually the most fun I have had in a shooter in quite sometime, The only reason I did not give it a 10 is because of the lack of split screen, (which is supposed to be added later). It is refreshing to play a shooter that is pure fun and not have to worry about prestige, leveling up etc, and at the same time does not hold your hand (no auto aim). Definitely pick this up.

Melgacius, Apr 9, 2017

1 – GENERAL The Mean Greens Plastic Warfare is a team based cartoon third person shooter. You play as a plastic toy soldier and you simply have to play alongside your teammates to eliminate the other team. There's one all vs all map, most in all the others is very important to focus in your objectives as a team, or you'll be wrecked! There's only multiplayer, so no solo campaigns in this game. Every map as it's own soundtrack, and most of them are very good and atmospheric. Sometimes I'm playing and whistling the song at the same time. Great! The game uses Unreal engine 4, so the graphics are quite good, and all runs smooth on my PC. Not notice any popups of bugs. I've noticed one or two glitches, and that's it. 2 – GAMEPLAY You have the expected and usual gamemodes in this kind of games. The interesting part of the game is mostly the theme and graphics. The controls are very simple, all works well and accurate, if you want a nice, sweet and smooth game you will like this one. You jump in the game fully armed. There's no ammo refills, so use them wisely. The gameplay is not very quick, and your character should be able to take one or two shots, so I have to say that this game is very noob friendly, but do not be fooled by that, the more skilled players will dominate almost all fights, so choose them carefully. You have a lot of maps to play in, so you will not get tired of the game very quickly. On top of that this is a very casual game so you can jump to it just to play a round or two, and then leave again. ATM there's not much people playing the game, but I could still have some full matches to play, most of the time with new players like me, so the problem should be in the retention rate of the community. There's no competition to have in this game. It's positive for those who like to keep it simple and casual, but for the hardcore competitive gamers this game does not have much to offer. There's no customization options, so the peacocks will not like this game also. 3 – CONCLUSION I just love games like this one. To be honest this was one of the best I've play lately. It's simple and fair. It's really a shame it doesn't have the playerbase it deserves, but it's still a great, fun, small game at a fair price. Just try it!

SuperSilence, Jul 24, 2017

As a multiplayer-only shooter, I feel it's only shortcoming is the lack of players. Otherwise, The Mean Greens is a really well optimized and satisfying third-person with a nice selection of maps.

Silverzapper, Mar 9, 2016

I'd say it's okay at best. It's not the best PC shooter by far. It may be cheap but I got much more play time out of more expensive shooters. When I did play it was an absolute nightmare to join a match. I eventually became more invested in the Youtube video I had playing while matchmaking (yes it was that bad) than the game itself. I gave it a chance though.