Monster Sweeperz Lands On iOS And Android Devices

4:33 Creative Lab’s Monster Sweeperz is an action-arcade shooter for mobile devices. The game recently launched on the Google Play store and the iTunes app store.

The title sees players collecting and combining more than 400 different monsters, teaming them up as they battle against the forces of the undead on top of a giant battle tank. The concept of the game is kind of crazy, but it’s essentially a shooter with some light RPG elements. You can briefly see what the game looks like with the trailer below, courtesy of MMO Culture.

The game features more than 100 different levels to conquer, along with various upgrades to unlock. The game can also be played online with other players for cooperative purposes.

Youngho Park, CEO of 4:33 Creative Lab commented about the release of the game, saying…

“Monster Sweeperz is heading to US mobile gamers after the overwhelmingly positive reviews it’s been receiving in Asian markets,” […] “It’s definitely a creative, fun and unique take on the arcade shooter genre. We have incorporated lively character design and RPG elements to appeal to many different types of gamers. It should turn some heads once people get their hands – or fingers – on it.”

The artwork definitely can turn some heads.

In fact, I’m a little curious how well their game will do on the Google Play and iTunes app stores following both companies cracking down on another South Korean developer who featured fan-service in their game… a game called Dragon Heroes. Pati Games Corp was forced to censor the females in their game to make it more palatable for the app store distributors who felt as if cleavage and bare thighs was unacceptable.

Regardless of censorship, Monster Sweeperz has already launched with quite a bit of positive feedback on the Google Play store. So if you’re looking to check out the free-to-play app you can do so right now. For more information about the game, feel free to check out 4:33 Creative Lab’s official website.


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