Two new Moshi Monsters mobile games announced
Mind Candy and GREE partnership spawns multiple entries into popular gaming franchise.
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Tuesday 14 August 2012
Mind Candy and GREE have confirmed details of two new Moshi Monsters mobile games, the first to be launched subsequently to recent pairing of the companies. Expect more of the same kid-oriented, socially-driven that has transformed the monster owning game into something of a global phenomenon.
The first, Moshi Monsters Village is a 3D-style game where players are tasked with the creation of their very own town in Pawberry fields, while additional content sees players on a quest to rescue Moshlings captured by the evil Dr. Strangeglove via a number of mini-games.
The second title, Moshi Monsters: Lost Islands, is a vibrant card collection and puzzle game ‘packed with all the fun and charm of the world famous Moshi Monsters brand’. Fans can combine cards, build best decks corresponding to various situations and play puzzle-style mini-games as they discover new islands within the game.
‘Having the Moshi Monsters brand within our line-up underlines our commitment to delivering great family friendly content direct to the consumer, said Tsuyoshi Tanaka, Executive Director GREE Inc. ‘Moshi Monsters is a hugely popular and successful global brand. We are very honored to be working with the team at Mind Candy to release these titles from the Moshi Monsters stable.’
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