Moshi Monsters Village for iPhone and iPad goes global

Kids all around the world can go Moshi mad with Katsuma, Luvli and friends wherever they are as Moshi Monsters Village goes global.

Moshi Monsters are going global on the iPhone and iPad, so kids all around the world can go Moshi mad with Katsuma, Luvli and friends wherever they are.

Moshi Monsters Village is now available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod owners all over the world, not just in Britain.

The game calls on you to build your own Moshi village and rescue Moshlings from being fed into the ghastly Glumpatron and turned into glumps by the dastardly Dr. Strangeglove. Players can interact with their friends' villages and earn the game's currency Rox.

Moshi Monsters was created by British company Mind Candy in 2007 and became a huge hit played by more than 87 million young Monster fans, spawning toys, games, books and last year, a feature-length movie.

The new mobile game launched for Apple devices in the UK before Christmas. Versions for Android phones and tablets, including the Amazon Kindle Fire, will arrive this month.

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Rich Trenholm is a senior editor at CNET where he covers everything from phones to bionic implants. Based in London since 2007, he has travelled the world seeking out the latest and best consumer technology for your enjoyment.


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