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MonsterUp to Get Limited Time Price Reduction

April 13, 2011 2 Comments

If you have had your eye on the popular jumper  game MonsterUp but haven’t bought it, you are in luck. Karios Games is giving MonsterUp a temporary price reduction. This weekend only the price of MonsterUp will be slashed in half. It will go from $1.99 to $0.99. Who knows when the price will be reduced again so jump at your chance (no pun intended).

Karios Games (www.kariosgames.com) is announcing that MonsterUp will be offered for a low $0.99 instead of the normal $1.99 for the duration of next weekend (16-17 April 2011) from 00:00am on Saturday to 23:59 on Sunday CET. Do not miss this unique opportunity to grab the award winning Windows Phone 7 game.

Game info:

The little monsters in Trello Land want to go as high as possible and have as much fun as possible at the same time! Join them and help them! Get monster stars and unlock new monsters with your jumping skills. Each monster features a unique special power. Discover them all!
Can you get to the end and find out what lies beyond?
-8 different platforms
-moving platforms
-disappearing platforms
-3 different fun bonus items to collect
-3 colourful themes to choose from
-high scores tables (local and global)
-7 unique amazing monsters to unlock, each with a unique special super power for you to discover
-great art and animation by Sounas Design
-unlimited fun for the whole family with random smart level design
–a brand new level designed just for you every time you start a new game
-unbelievably addictive
-will make your day, any day!


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