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Paper Monsters wraps up development for Android, comes to Google Play next week

Paper's ready to rock

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Product: Paper Monsters | Developer: Mobot Studios | Publisher: Crescent Moon Games | Genre: Casual, Platform
For: Android   Also on: iPhone, iPad
 
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The world of paper-themed platforming games for Android is about to become a little more crowded, thanks to the upcoming arrival of Paper Monsters.

After amassing over one million downloads on iOS, the Pocket Gamer Bronze Award-winning Paper Monsters will launch for Google play on November 16th for 99c/69p.

Recalling elements of Super Mario Brothers and LittleBigPlanet in all the right ways, Paper Monsters fills its lighthearted levels with pipes, fireballs, and cutesy sprite characters to create an air of whimsical adventure in this gorgeously rendered 2.5D game.

Paper or plastic?

Paper Monsters spreads its 28 levels across six thematic game worlds, each with a boss fight waiting at the end of it.

By adding rich touches like an original soundtrack and scads of secret areas to explore, however, the world of Paper Monsters soon begins to feel much bigger than it is.

For those on Android who have missed out on their chance to play in a world of paper, cardboard, and cotton swabs, Paper Monsters is ripping good fun that's certainly worth its asking price.

 

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Matthew Diener 9 November 2012
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@arosbooks | 13:58 - 12 November 2012
Hopefully it will be optimised, and run properly. Definitely not buying many more games without reviews from other XP owners to find they crash every 2 minutes or less.
 
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