By Prarthito Maity email: email@example.com | Dec 20, 2012 10:10 PM EST
Russian developer ZeptoLab went on to become one of the most successful companies to develop apps after the release of the highly popular and intensely addictive Cut The Rope game some two years ago. Now, per reports, the company is set to try its hands yet again on a brand new gaming app Pudding Monsters.
Pudding Monsters is a brand new venture on part of ZeptoLab to provide a novel game with a fresh new story line for users who have immensely enjoyed Cut The Rope over the last couple of years. Pudding Monsters, the newest game from the company for Apple and Android mobile platforms, presents players with puzzles involving mushy cyclops creatures, with players shifting and combining the blobs to move through each course.
The monsters here are on a mission to save their friends “from the cold-hearted fridge owner” and growing into an ultimate mega monster seems to be the most reliable plan here. Players will need to swipe to stick the Pudding Monsters together and save their friends.
Players can also take advantage of different monster species and their powers (like Slime Monster “who leaves a trail of green goo”). The option to boost the player’s growth using the cloning machines, wear pretty little cars (or flower pots) on the head etc. also exists.
The game currently features as many as 75 levels with promises of more to come in the near future, with the game working on an innovative “stick-‘em-together” game-play mechanics. The monsters have also been shaped uniquely with each having its own wacky personalities and attributes.
The Russian twins, Efim and Semyon Voinov, are the creative forces behind the game studio who are determined to produce something very different from the previous Cut The Rope game, where players “had to guide candies into a creature’s mouth by using a finger to slice through the rope dangling in front of its face."
“It’s going to be very different,” said CEO Misha Lyalin, per a Bloomberg report. "We want to be a gaming company that’s not necessarily limited in what it can explore.”
Moscow-based ZeptoLab, currently, has racked up more than 250 million downloads for the “Cut the Rope” series.
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