We tracked down Vicktor who used the key to transform which backfired on him & transformed him into himself into a guardian.
Having a much older & more experienced gamer as my co-op partner made the last few levels very easy to complete.
The ending credits to the game are slightly enjoyable which show Knack dancing around the screen.
Overall it's not a bad game just needed to be fine-tuned in a few areas.
Back to Shadow of Mordor.
Videos on youtube show gamers getting three stars with just over 8,000.
Hopefully this will be fixed in a future update for now I have carried on past this level.
The Garden Ops mode is a 4-player wave attack in which you choose one of four character types & shoot zombies.
I went with the peashooter class to try and do most damage. You start the stage by choosing a garden you want to defend from zombies. There are empty plant pots dotted around the level you can use these to plant a 'Plant' that will help you attack the zombies or heal your characters.
The first few waves are easy but at level 5 you will get a mini-boss wave and after this you get more difficult zombies on the later waves. The final wave 10 is very difficult and once you have defeated the bosses you have to reach a checkpoint to exit the stage whilst surviving a zombie onslaught.
Your character levels up by completing various challenges to unlock new skills & the coins you are awarded can be used to purchase sticker packs which give you plants you can use in the various modes or upgrades to your character class.
It makes a nice change from Borderlands.
This target can be simple in play x number of letters to guess the phrase or play a certain block of letters. There are various power ups you can use along the way to help you complete your target & try to three star the levels.
I've nearly completed the Paris stage (currently on stage 27 out of 35) before I travel to London. It is a 'free to play' game but I've felt no need yet to purchase any of the in-app purchases to advance.
You just write out the missing word to continue the story.
My daughter enjoyed spelling out the words & I had to explain the story in places.