Even gurning, gun-toting monsters have their softer sides. Just ask Dum Dum, the hero of Monster Shooter, who stamps through 60 alien-infested levels reducing anything in his way to viscera and goop after his beloved kitten is abducted. Though we're sure any answer you might get would involve more firearms than words. Monster Shooter...
About The Game
Monster Shooter sets its sights on Nintendo 3DS
The cartoon alien shooter from Gamelion became wildly popular on smartphones this year, with more than 5 million downloads for iOS and Android. Anton Gauffin, founder of Gamelion, explained why they are expanding to new screens: "Monster Shooter just looks incredible on Nintendo 3DS™. Definitely one of the best looking games on Nintendo 3DS™ we’ve seen. It is truly a hypnotic experience to play Monster Shooter in 3D.”
Monster Shooter lets the player rule Dum Dum, born hero space goon who does not like aliens and he has good reason for that. Aliens kidnapped his cat. Dum Dum has a simple plan to save his cute little kitty: He plans to shoot everything that moves. The shooting mayhem never ends as Dum Dum uses every weapon he can get his hands on, from shotgun to railguns to rocket lauchers, to blast tentacled fiends in to atoms.
Monster Shooter raises the bar for shooter game play with amazing effects and perfectly-tuned details. The game is balanced to offer difficulty levels for both casual and hardcore gamers.
Gauffin continued: “We are all about creating new massively popular original games for digital distribution” For Gamelion digital distribution means more than smartphones and tablets, as the recent expansion into the Nintendo eShop demonstrates. With millions of devices sold in the U.S. alone since its introduction a year ago, Nintendo 3DS has grown into a powerful and distinct gaming channel worldwide. By launching Monster Shooter on Nintendo eShop, this franchise could really turn into a monster.