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  Monster Head Announced for iPhone
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07/08/2014
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Oceanside, CA – July 7, 2014 - Robot Rocket Games announced its forthcoming iPhone game Monster Head today. The studio released a few details about their new title and a trio of screenshots to pique gamers' curiosity.

Monster Head is a fast-paced mobile tap game for both casual and competitive players alike. In it, players aim to keep a comic-styled blue Monster alive by feeding him savory donuts. However, his appetite is never quite sated. A hunger meter looms overhead, slowly depleting toward the monster's demise. Players will need quick reflexes and strategic sense to keep him from peril. Noxious poison bottles, Burning Hot Coffee and other deadly items will keep players on their toes as they try to reach higher levels, scores and achievements. New items and challenges will test even the most adept mobile gamer.

'Anyone can pick it up and start playing it...' explains Bruno Moore, Game Designer and Artist at Robot Rocket Games. 'Naturally, we wanted Monster Head to appeal to casual players who only have a few minutes to play. However, it's also designed for highly competitive gamers who want to challenge their friends or other players globally. There's room for diverse styles of play.'

'It occurred to us very early in the development of Monster Head that mobile tap games can sometimes exhaust the player...' says Casey Siemon, Lead Developer at Robot Rocket. 'This idea led to putting in milestones that give gamers big rewards for reaching them. It also provides them a natural break and a chance to reenergize before the next wave of levels.'

'We aren't going to divulge too much information about those objectives today. However, we believe it's one of the most interesting features Monster Head has to offer, among many others' says Moore.

In the coming days, Robot Rocket will be releasing additional details about Monster Head. 'Today is just a small peek at what we've been working on...' says the studio. 'Stick with us, there's a lot more on the way!'

Monster Head will launch on the iPhone App Store this Summer. No specific dates have yet been announced.

Keep up to date with the latest developments for Monster Head and Robot Rocket Games on their website at www.robotrocketgames.com and on Facebook and Twitter.

Stephanie Sherman

robotrocketgames@gmail.com

+1 951-348-9296

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