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Let your Monsters Loose with Dinoroar & Cause Some Havoc
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Dinoroar Interactive recent announced the release of Havoc for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, as well as all Android platforms. A cartoon stylized arcade game, Havoc throws players into the shoes of one of three unique monsters and challenges them to stomp past level after level of boulder throwing, rocket smashing carnage on a quest to find their beloved baby! For anyone ages 13 and up, Havoc is available on for download on both iTunes and the Android Market for only $0.99.

This “crayon drawn” style game starts out by getting the gamer to choose one of three unique monsters to stomp through five uniquely themed levels on a quest to find their beloved baby. Everyone loves a bit of good natured destructive carnage, and players are guaranteed not to be disappointed as they pick up ammo and throw it at everything that stands in their way – even the odd flying rocket! The first of three games to be released by Dinoroar Interactive in partnership with Australia’s NSW Department of Trade and Investment, Havoc is currently available for download now.

Built from the simple premise of getting a monster to their baby, Havoc offers mobile gamers as young as thirteen a mobile game that’s as fast paced and engaging as it is visually inspired. Set within five successively more challenging unlockable levels, players must choose to be one of three monster heroes – Xerxes, Samson, or Lilith – and blaze a path of destruction by picking up and chucking ammunition at everything in their path while also evading any danger. Havoc’s gameplay is straight forward; players simply keep walking forward and crush everything they see before it can hurt them. The more things they destroy the more points players will get! Fail to get enough points to earn a medal and the next level stays locked, it’s that simple.

To keep things fresh and fun, every level in Havoc gives players the chance to pound passing rockets to get perks such as extra minions to help them do their destructive bidding and more. Though set in a thoroughly kid friendly
universe designed to resemble an animated crayon sketch of sorts, this gaming experience looks entertaining enough that even the most straight faced of adult are sure to love it. Head to the iTunes store or Android Market and grab, its less than 1 dollar.

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