Create To Publish Monster 500 – Trailer Inside

Do you like Mario Kart? Do you like horror? Well then Monster 500 is for you! Check out the official release below.

Creata is proud to announce that it will publish the recently announced mobile game, Monster 500, a kart-style racing game powered by Unreal Engine 3, now available on iOS and Android mobile devices. Developed in collaboration with Black Wing Foundation and Turn Me Up Games, Monster 500 is a direct tie-in to the toys and playsets sold exclusively at Toys“R”Us stores nationwide and online at Toysrus.com/Monster500. Players can enter codes found on trading cards in each Monster 500 product to unlock a mystery “Blind-Box” containing new vehicles or other bonuses in the game. Players can collect ‘em all and mash their way through all six Monster worlds and 24 twisted tracks in pursuit of the Monster 500 Cup, or even battle their friends in multiplayer mayhem.

 

“It’s always amazing to see how ideas can spring to life from a concept, to a toy, to a video game,” commented Suzy Smucker, Brand Manager of Monster 500 at Creata. “We have a wide array of different activities planned for the upcoming months, engaging audiences with Monster 500 through the toys, playsets, trading cards and tons of other merchandise. We plan to expand and promote this franchise beyond what’s currently on the market and will be promoting the assortment through print, TV and the Internet. We’re also encouraging everybody to follow Monster 500 on Facebook and Twitter to get updates on upcoming giveaways, contests and other promotional events.”

 

“I can’t say enough about the degree of innovation and creativity that stemmed from our collaboration with Creata on the development of the Monster 500 mobile game,” commented Aleksey Savchenko, Executive Producer of Black Wing Foundation. “Creata pushed the project every step of the way to a quality level not normally seen in mobile games and couldn’t have been possible without the creative collaboration of Creata, Black Wing Foundation, Turn Me Up Games, Indie Games Service and Toys“R”Us. We really hope that this is just the beginning of something much bigger.”

 

Monster 500 is free to download and is available on both the App Store and Google Play. 

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