iPad Monstercraft - slot machine powered strategy game

Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by mrobot, Nov 21, 2010.

  1. mrobot

    mrobot Member

    Monstercraft is now available for iOS!

    Description:
    Create your own monsters to defeat your enemies in this all new gaming experience. An arcade strategy hybrid powered by a slot machine game mechanic. Work your way up from a beginner to an Ultimate Mad Scientist!

    Features:
    - Super easy single touch game play!
    - Craft you monsters from 5 diff parts!
    - Familiar slot machine game mechanic
    - Single player rank progression
    - Two player local battles on the same screen

    website: http://monstercraftgame.com/
    iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/monstercraft/id403804782?mt=8

    1.0.2 will be submitted tomorrow and will add enhanced iPad support for the Retina Display (960x640) version.

    Please Note: the slot machine is skill based and you control when each reel stops.

    Martin
    Monstercraft designer and programmer

    Also available for Windows Phone 7
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  2. mrobot

    mrobot Member

    #2 mrobot, Dec 2, 2010
    Last edited: Dec 2, 2010
    1.0.2 is out. [edit: adds Retina Display version to iPad! Great for local 2 player games]

    Promo codes here

    Also dev blog here
     
  3. jnowlin34

    jnowlin34 Well-Known Member

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    Love the concept. Graphics looks pretty good too. :rolleyes:
     
  4. drelbs

    drelbs Well-Known Member

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    Game Impressions

    Short 'n sweet silly game here.

    Wall Defense game where you spin and stop your slot machine to build a creature. Each dial sets the head/body/legs, and as long as you don't hit BUST you will make a creature of some sort that will head out to defeat the enemy.

    I'm not sure at this point which monster(s) are stronger and/or if a monster made from 2 or 3 matching parts is stronger than a completely random one. I'm also not sure what dictates which of the three rows the monster will be released. The help in the game tells you enough to play, but doesn't explain much.

    Mostly this is a fun random game literally a mix of slots and defense. 2P mode is a lot more fun that playing against the CPU, but mostly you're trying to create monsters as fast as you can and/or monsters with matching parts.
     
  5. mrobot

    mrobot Member

    Thanks for the review. Glad you liked it.

    The monsters parts do have different stats but should be overall balanced but the big advantage is making a complete monster which gives you 2x stats!
     

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