… or you can un­lock spe­cial pow­ers to knock out en­e­mies

The Washington Post Sunday - - TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION - — Hay­ley Tsukayama

Bat­tle for dom­i­nance — but in a pretty low-key way. That’s the ap­proach in Mujo, a tile-based bat­tle game that has play­ers stock up on re­sources and rely on a mix of strat­egy and luck to use them ef­fec­tively. Play­ers are essen­tially dealt a grid of cards with dif­fer­ent re­sources on them, in­clud­ing the op­tion to at­tack your com­put­er­gen­er­ated op­po­nent.

You can tap these re­sources if at least three iden­ti­cal cards touch; you can also choose to stack your re­sources to save them for a dif­fer­ent turn. If you’re not hav­ing luck with your cur­rent grid, you can move the whole thing up to re­veal a new row of re­sources that might help your for­tunes change. You can also un­lock spe­cial pow­ers and cards that can help you de­feat your en­e­mies. Mujo is ad-sup­ported, and users can pay for bonuses to help them along.

Avail­able for iOS and An­droid.

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