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The wait is over! Gamelion Studios has just announced that Monster Shooter: The Lost Levels has just received a content update that includes a new environment with terrifying new enemies and levels!

Gamelion Studios, a leading developer of free-to-play and premium games for smart phones, tablet devices and handheld consoles, today announced the long awaited content update to their critics’ favourite game, Monster Shooter: The Lost Levels. It’s going to take player for a whole new adventure on newly added ice-themed planet and make him face new enemies in 20 different levels.

“With over 4 million downloads to date the Monster Shooter franchise fan base continues to grow and we are doing our best to fulfill their requests and wishes. Therefore, we are very happy to bring this huge update to Monster Shooter: The Lost Levels, where not only new content is introduced, but also several improvements to the mechanics have been made” said Wojtek Wronowski, Monster Shooter’s Producer at Gamelion. “We’ll continue working on the game and will be bring even more content soon”.

Content Includes:

  • Ice planet– a new environment for both Story and Survival mode
  • New enemy – Devil Fish, Razor, Hound and Devastator
  • New levels -20 new challenging levels
  • Content update for Monster Shooter: The Lost Levels is now available for download on iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Android version content update is coming soon.

    Download Monster Hunter: The Lost Levels at the App Store now.

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