ZiggityZoom today is thrilled to announce a new update for their award-winning iOS game app Feed the Monster for the iPhone. A fun family and kids app, Feed the Monster has been getting rave reviews since the iPhone release in December. It recently won two Readers Choice Awards from About for "Best Game for iPhone" and "Best Kids App". The latest version of the game includes a fun, new "vibration" feature when the Monsters are fed one of the non-food items in the game, a battery ... which accompanies the Monster getting shocked. There has also been a change in the instructions for playing "Food Catch" with your Monster, which should allow players to increase their scores.
Geared to kids of all ages, players can create their own Monsters and interact with them. Poke the Monsters for funny little reactions, like burping, farting and "hello" ... cute, but slightly rude little Monsters that get the kids giggling. Not only do players get to create their very own monster by choosing from a variety of body, eye, arm, horn, leg, and mouth pieces, but they also get to take their monster through a series of game challenges.
Feed the Monster features cute and funny Monsters and the app is based on the original, and most popular, online game featured on the ZiggityZoom website. The interactive app, however, features a Monster Creator, the Feeding Frenzy, a Merge Machine, a Food Fight game, a Food Catch game and funny Special Foods for special Monster reactions. Free Updates will feature new Monsters, Monster parts and more Special Foods. Feed the Monster is also available for the iPad.
Feed the Monster is their first collaborative app, working with Huminah Huminah Animation, an animation studio from Nova Scotia, as the developer. This app is strictly all about fun entertainment. Additional apps are in the pipeline for ZiggityZoom, including book apps and educational apps.
Feed The Monster 1.0.2 is $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
via PR Mac