Mutants: Genetic Gladiators Guide
Mutants: Genetic Gladiators is a great breeding game that allows you to discover and breed different types of mutants using a specific gene.
Each mutant has its own strength and weaknesses depend on the genes it has.
There are mainly 6 types of genes that you can use, but only 3 will be available at first. They are Saber, Necro, Cyber, Zoomorph, Galactic, and Mythic. There is a chain effect that works like this:
Saber defeats Necro and Mythic but is weak against Cyber and Zoomorph.
Necro defeats Cyber and Galactic but is weak against Saber and Mythic.
Cyber defeats Saber and Zoomorph, but is weak against Necro and Galactic.
Each mutant can have the same genes or be paired with another gene. Then you can develop different strategies and find out how to build your team.
You can breed all the different genes and get all kinds of different mutants from them. If you like undead that look like creatures, then Necro is the way to go for you. If you like human-looking creatures, Saber should be your pick. Cyber is mostly robots, giving you the futuristic mutant. Galactics are extraterrestrial creatures, while mythicals are more of a “mythology” type of mutants. You can breed them and get a mix of 2 genes.
The benefit of having 2 genes is that you have 2 different genetic attacks, which allows you more flexibility when fighting in campaign and PvP modes. Twice as many similar genes is good in the sense that you get an area of effect (AoE) attack, making it useful for fighting up to 3 mutants at once.
It all comes down to the preference of what you like the most. If you like AoE attacks, then you will like similar double genetic mutants. If you enjoy a variety of attacks, then a mixed gene mutant will suit you better.
Whichever you choose, you have the flexibility to adjust your PvP and campaign gear for a better chance of defeating your enemies.
Every 14 days, there will be a PvP tournament where you can participate and win some great prizes. The most lucrative prize you can win is the Gold Star. What it does is it allows you to raise a really strong mutant.
Bronze Star: Breed 2 level 10 mutants with this and you will get a mutant bronze version that is 10% stronger.
Silver Star – Breed 2 Level 15 Bronze Mutants and get a Silver version that is 30% stronger.
Gold Star – Gives you a 75% stronger mutant when you breed 2 level 20 silver mutants.
As you can see, your goal is to get the golden mutant and be the strongest of all.