In-Depth Review: Call of Mini: Infinity

Many in the world know of the enormous Halo community, as well as Team Fortress 2.  These types of games mostly revolve around multiplayer team-efforts to accomplish certain goals.  The only downside to this popular form of games is that they are only playable on home consoles, such as the Xbox or your PC.  The wait is over, as this style of gaming presents a new mobile way to play; Call of Mini: Infinity.


This app requires internet and is only based on multiplayer wars.  When you first start out, you are but a wee star soldier investigating a new planet with your friends.  Based on random pick, each battle you fight in decides which team you are on: blue or red.   The color does not differ attack or defensive power, and is only there to distinguish teams.  Like Halo and Team Fortress 2, there are multiple areas for the battle to take place, and after a player is killed they can re spawn after a few seconds.  There are also different modes of play, not just regular brawling.


Team Deathmatch: This battle has a four-on-four brawl.  Each team starts out with 20 lives, and your job is to decrease the other teams lives as much as you can before the time runs out.  One life is deducted for each team member killed.

Duel:  This is a one-on-one version of team deathmatch.  You and one other player are forced to fight with only 5 lives.  Once someone looses all of their lives or the timer ends, the game is over.

Fight for Cash:  Similar to deathmatch, but instead of lives each team starts out with 500 cash.  For every team member you kill, your team receives 25 cash.  at the end of the game, whichever team has more money will win, and that money is split up among the team members.

King of the Hill:  Everyone’s favorite mode, this match is all about timing.  Whichever team is standing in the “hill” of the map will slowly receive about 10 points per 15 seconds.  If a team member leaves this are or is killed, and the other team has control, they will start to fill up their gauge.  The first team to 200 points (or the team with the most points when the timer runs out) wins.


What’s the point of battling, especially when it’s with players stronger than me?

Even if you lose against a higher player, you will still earn a high cash value.  Cash and crystals (the elite currency in the game) are used to buy weapons, tools, items, skills, and armor that will slowly improve your gameplay over time.    You can earn xp that will level up your soldier, giving you strength in all aspects and give you skill tokens.  These tokens will give you the ability to increase certain aspects of yourself over time, such as health regeneration, armor, critical hit chance and more.

I highly recommend this game to anyone interested in action, team battling, and has either an android or apple device.  Plus, it’s free, so try it out!

Michael’s rating:

Accessibility: 7/10

Graphics: 8.5/10

Controls: 9/10

Inventory: 10/10

Multiplayer: 10/10

Singlplayer: 9/10

Total Score: 9/10



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