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PixelJunk Monsters is looking for a few good beta testers for its upcoming mobile release

Why not bring a friend while you're at it?

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Product: PixelJunk Monsters Ultimate HD | Developer: Double Eleven | Publisher: Q-Games | Genre: Tower defence | Networking: wireless (adhoc), wireless (network)
For: iPhone   Also on: PS Vita, Steam
 
PixelJunk Monsters

Q-Games is hard at work on the mobile version of PixelJunk Monsters, and they’re looking for a few beta testers to give the game’s “Duo” mode a test run starting tomorrow, February 14. The test period is expected to run over “a couple of weeks”. You can apply here. It should be a nice opportunity to see how PixelJunk Monsters looks on mobile, and how it plays with a friend.

PixelJunk Monsters
appeared on PC and last-generation consoles a few years back, but this is the first time the game is coming to mobile. Frankly, iOS and Android feels like a pretty comfortable fit for this colorful tower defense game.

The mobile iteration is changing things up a bit, introducing a card-based system not dissimilar to Clash Royale and the like. There’ll be a free-to-play system in place, too, which the devs say will make it easier for them to support new stages, characters, and other hooks to keep players coming back.

Are you excited for more PixelJunk Monsters, or are you a bit wary of this mobile version? Tell us all about it in the comments.
 

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Jessica Famularo 13 February 2018
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