by Chris Smith, 7 months ago
As Android fans already know, Google Play has reached an impressive milestone a few days ago, 25 billion app downloads. In order to celebrate it, Google is now offering plenty of digital content for a discounted…
A few weeks ago we reported that Zeptolab was preparing a new puzzle game, Pudding Monsters. Yesterday, the title officially landed in the Google Play store.
While the fun and cartoon-like styling of Pudding Monsters feels similar to Cut the Rope, the gameplay itself is actually quite a bit different. Your goal is to help little blobs of pudding connect so they can be large enough to rescue their friends and escape. Like Zeptolab's Cut the Rope, the game also has optional stars that you can collect.
This game is about figuring out what does and what doesn't work as you attempt to perfectly complete the puzzles in each level. Again, this game is rather different from Zeptolab's last hit, but it does seem to be equally addicting. While puzzle solving can be hard, the game is geared towards casual players as well and offers in-game hints and help if you are truly stuck.
The game also has several unique monsters all with their own abilities and functions, which add to the puzzle experience.
So how much will Pudding Monsters set you back? The HD version is just $.99, or you can always try out the free version first. For those with multiple platforms, the game is also available on iPad and iPhone.
What do you think, interested or not?