Sure, it’s a budget game just about anyone could play… but it also seems better suited to your phone if you’d play it at all
I’m not sure whether there’s value in trying to beat around the bush with pretty limited budget games that feel very mobile in their simplicity and lack of interest. Mystical Mixing, I suppose, could have some appeal for much younger or super-casual gamers. Combine some ingredients, mix, add something else, mix, and then create a marginally unique creature that you can then put to work digging out an area. They’ll find building materials, new things to help you hopefully create new creatures, and then the things you’ll need to move to another level. Oh, did I mention there’s an almost-constant push for you to get DLC to speed things up? In a limited game you already paid for? Really? It’s a hard pass for me.
Justin Nation, Score: