November 9, 2011 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Cupertino, California - Casual and Free to Play games developer, Gamelion is pleased to announce its biggest release this year: Monster Shooter, a new, pure, free-to-play IP in its rich portfolio of great casual games. Monster Shooter is to the max a polished dual stick shooter game that shows respect to classics of this genre by delighting players with a familiar gameplay experience yet raising the bar with amazing effects and perfectly tuned details.
Monster Shooter allows the player to follow the steps of Dum Dum - a space goon whose cat has been stolen by aliens.
Put a funny story together with execution and players get an experience that positively reminds people why they enjoy cartoons and what made Ren & Stimpy so awesome. The story drives the events and takes the player across three planets. Each of the planets offer a unique architecture across ten levels.
Additionally, Monster Shooter engages the player with Survival Mode, where everyone will have a chance to prove his or her skill. The game is balanced and offers difficulty levels for both casual and hardcore gamers. Thanks to great controls and responsiveness all successes and failures are up to the fans.
Gamelion is already developing updates to Monster Shooter and committed to providing free updates and new content regularly. Game will be free to download and play on iOS within the next few weeks and the Android version will be launched a few weeks after the iOS launch.
Monster Shooter is available for all iOS devices and has been developed using advanced in-house technology to keep the compatibility with low-end devices and to take full advantage of newest hardware.
Gamelion is a creative studio focusing on casual games for all digital distribution gaming platforms, committed to creating success for its world leading customers. Since 2002 Gamelion has created engaging entertainment products for leading game publishers, media houses and handset manufacturers. The team creates entertainment with high production values and has a track record of delivering critically acclaimed titles based on well-known corner franchises of the global gaming industry. Copyright (C) 2002-2011 Gamelion. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.