Mushroom 11 is an experimental puzzle platformer created by Untame. The game is a 2D side-scroller where players control a green mushroom by deleting parts of cells while it simultaneously regrows. The mushroom can be split and shaped to solve puzzles.
A game I’ve been waiting to hit mobile for a long time now is Mushroom 11. From when I played it back at PAX West in 2015, the game felt like it would be a perfect fit for touchscreens. But hey, there are good reasons to release games on other platforms first for small developers in particular, so hey, such is life. But our long wait is soon over, after a glimpse at the mobile version last September: Mushroom 11 is set to release on iOS on March 9th.
Mushroom 11 has you controlling a strange green mass, manipulating it by using what is essentially a magic eraser to force it in certain directions, split into different entities, force it down skinny tubes, and whatever else gets in your way. It’s an intriguing puzzle-platformer-esque game, and I’m interested to see if my suspicions about it being a great mobile game are accurate. And keep an eye out for that week of March 9th, possibly other PC-to-mobile ports are on the way, such as a new iOS Wadjet Eye game.