Disney Mobile Games Invites Players to a Monstrously Fun Adventure with the Launch of Monsters, Inc. Run
Melbourne based SpaceGum Pty Ltd today releases Battlepath Monsters 1.3, their location-based fighting game for iOS devices. A cross between a dungeon fighting game & location-based social network, Battlepath Monsters uses the location of real-world businesses and overlays fictional in-game merchants like Orc Burgers, Taverns and Wizard Shops on their position. Players are able to build a castle in their own location and siege other players locally or they can teleport to another city to attack.
9magnets LLC announces the release of Hero Defense Redux 1.0 for iOS. Battle tyrannical dwarfs, rebuild defense towers, and learn new spells in a quest to save your castle. Fight over multiple battle maps and difficulty levels as either a warrior or wizard. Use gold to upgrade your character’s speed, buy health potions, and fend off the enemy in an effort to gain a top score. Prepare for a fight of strength and magic in Hero Defense Redux.
Adrenaline Monki Game studio announces the release of Mooniz, their color matching action-puzzle game for the whole family. With an endless number of levels in Classic and Rush modes, Mooniz is challenging enough to keep gamers engaged for many hours. Varying degrees of difficulty and dynamic game play that includes bonuses and power-ups make this a fun game for casual players and hardcore gamers alike. Mooniz players can share their high scores with friends and other players on Facebook.
Simone and the night’s monsters is an iPad ebook focused on utilizing at best the mobile device to create the animations children will love. Based on wonderful illustrations by Italian illustrator Graziano Vitale, the app looks like a children’s book that can be watched and read together with children from 3 to 8 years old. The app gets an update with a brand new traslation of the story, better suited to very young children.
Simone and the night’s monsters is an iPad ebook focused on utilizing at best the mobile device to create the animations children will love. Based on wonderful illustrations by Italian illustrator Graziano Vitale, the app looks like a children’s book that can be watched and read together with children from 3 to 8 years old. The story can be watched with colorful animations and sound, but with page by page turn. The character’s name can be changed and also the monster’s names.
SortaPrecision Technologies today announces Monsters Love Gum 1.0 for iPad. Monster Love Gum takes the traditional Hungry, Hungry Hippos, and adds a dose of steroids. Up to four players fight for monster supremacy as they unleash bombs, stuns and hammers and kamikaze pigeons in the quest for GUM. The game features high-performance 2D graphics, meticulously crafted and polished gameplay, challenging single player action, 4 weapon types, leader-boards, achievements and hidden bonuses.
SortaPrecision Technologies will be unleashing Monsters Love Gum for iPad this September. The long awaited multi and single player game combines the classic charm of Hungry, Hungry Hippos with a contemporary quirkiness that only SortaPrecision Games can deliver. The title Features High-performance 2D graphics, Meticulously crafted and polished gameplay, Challenging single player action, 4 weapon types, Leader-boards, Achievements and Hidden Bonuses.
Out to Play Interactive announces Melvin Says There’s Monsters! 2.0, a charming, often hilarious digital storybook by award winning children’s animator Brendan Gallagher. Melvin’s world comes to life for kids and their folks through fully animated pages, original illustrations and a whimsical musical score. The simple navigation and big, bright, high quality screen make the iPad perfect for small hands to explore and be entertained.