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Inspired by the popular and addictive "tower defense" genre, PixelJunk Monsters takes the simple real-time strategy concept of building, researching and base defending and presents it in a uniquely attractive style. With meticulously hand-drawn 2D art, PixelJunk Monsters recreates the look of a classic with crisp graphics designed for optimal viewing in Full 1080p HD.

In PixelJunk Monsters, the player controls a defender-of-the-forest character in a lush 2D environment. The player's goal is to strategically defend the pathway to his homebase from an onslaught of various threatening monsters. In between waves of monster attacks, the player scrambles to reinforce his defenses by collecting gold coins and jewels from fallen enemies to finance new towers and research deadlier weapons. Eventually, the player can harness the elements throughout the 20 different stages to cast lightning storms across the forest. Gamers can enjoy PixelJunk Monsters with a friend in offline co-op mode, which requires careful strategy and communication. Additionally, PixelJunk Monsters will support online leaderboards for both 1p and 2p co-op.

PixelJunk Monsters is the second game in Q-Games' PixelJunk series for PLAYSTATIONNetwork.

KEY FEATURES


Simple But Deep – Simple controls make PixelJunk Monsters easy to learn. But mastering the challenges of tower upgrade and placement requires deep strategic thinking, leading to hours of addictive gameplay.
Visually Charming – PixelJunk Monsters features a unique hand-drawn art style with over 20 stages and weather effects.
Distinctive Music – Features original music and sound by Japanese ambient techno group Otograph.
Online Leaderboards – For tracking both single player and co-op high scores.
Remote Play - Supports Remote Play for PSP system.
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