Remember playing with little plastic Army Men? Developers Virtual Basement and Code Headquarters do, and they’ve got a fresh take on the classic toys with The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare on the PC.
Looks pretty fantastic honestly. Very different than games that’ve made use of army men in the past, The Mean Greens looks way more all-out action-oriented, and of course is knee-deep in multiplayer gameplay as it’s main hook. That alone differentiates it from what’s come before.
Virtual Basement and Code Headquarters promise 10 maps in total, and a 5 on 5 cap for players in matches. With the innovative-looking levels shown in the trailer, as well as multiple weapons and a ten-pack of game modes (which include capture the flag, foosball, and attack and defend), this one should keep you blasting away at your plastic opponents for quite a while.
The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare is available right now on Steam for the PC and will run you $9.89 USD in this launch period.