24
Jul
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Look, I know you like shooting monsters. Doing so has been the premise of roughly 80% of video games ever made. Master Chief's done it. Samus has done it. Have you ever heard of Space Invaders? I remember that pixelated little ship shooting quite a few monsters back before it was even cool. Gamelion Studios' Monster Shooter 2: Back to Earth may not have the brand recognition, but there should be no confusion about what this game is all about.

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Monster Shooter 2 is a bloody and violent cartoon affair, but that should be nothing new for fans of the already chaotic original. The sequel brings in cooperative multiplayer, so you and a friend can blast monsters together (which has been the most enjoyable way to shoot monsters since, at least, Contra). The game contains over 80 levels filled to the brim with animated mayhem, with players shooting monsters in four destructive environments using over twenty available weapons.

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The in-game shop is packed with customizable weapons and a diverse selection of explosives. This is still a mindless shooter, but thanks to the available weapon combinations, players may have to give each mission perhaps a tiny bit of forethought. There are three game modes to choose from: a story mode complete with boss battles, a survival mode, and an endless mode for those who just want to shoot monsters without the semblance of anything more substantive than that going on. After seeing the game in motion, I wouldn't blame them.

The original title was downloaded over 10 million times. It was free, which might explain why. The sequel? Still free. But be advised - there is fake money on sale here. At least there aren't any ads.

Bertel King, Jr.
Born and raised in the rural South, Bertel knows what it's like to live without 4G LTE - or 3G, for that matter. The only things he likes sweeter than his tea are his gadgets, and while few objects burn more than a metal phone on a summer day, he prefers them that way anyway.

  • Mehmet Fatih

    Am I the only one who hates games that have some small logo on their icon? like glu mobile games etc...

    • Andrew

      I believe those things are logos of scores/saves sync services. This info does not make them less ugly.

      • PhilNelwyn

        I think it's just the logo of the company that developed the game.

    • AL_IRAQI

      it's Gamelion logo :)

    • PhilNelwyn

      I tend to avoid them, cause generally they have a very intrusive in-game payment system.
      I'm not sure whether it's a coincidence...

  • Régis Knechtel

    "there is fake money on sale here". No, thanks!

  • Neuropsychosis

    If folks hate iap then they should be willing to pay. And not just the $1 that seem to be a hard limit for a lot of cheapskates. Devs need to eat too you know.

  • Hoang Van Huy Thach

    Nice game & graphic, but it using the "fuel" system. Each time you play a level, 1 fuel is used. When you run out of fuel, either buy more with gold or wait for it to replenish itself

  • http://www.frivgame.co/ Friv

    Great ! good games

  • John Smith

    I always suck at games that use soft "joysticks" because my thumbs inevitably move off that area of the screen.

  • Nightfall

    The multiplayer isn't reall. You just get an avatar of your friend that follows you around the map.

  • Tim Barreto

    This game looks so badass ... downloading

  • alex

    How can you get in the endless mode?!

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    767 248 214 add me

  • WildCide

    Looking for people to play with. Add me if you're interested: 842 036 959

  • james

    113194593 add me please~

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