Submitted by Buff1044 1023d ago | review

Monsters, Inc. Run Review (Modojo)

Chris Buffa (Modojo): Disney chose to end 2012 with Monsters, Inc. Run, an addictive platformer from Get Set Games, the same developer behind the well-received Mega Run: Redford's Adventure. Featuring Mike and Sulley, stars of the hit Pixar animated film, this title sends players through a plethora of obstacle courses in search of gold coins, collectible goodies and most importantly, Boo, a young girl kidnapped by rival monsters. Feature-packed, user friendly and visually stimulating, it's a wonderful game for iPhone and iPad users of all ages. (iPad, iPhone, Monsters, Inc. Run) 4.5/5

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