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MonsterUp even more charming now that it's free this weekend

MonsterUp

MonsterUp has long stood out as one the best indie competitors to Xbox Live jumping game Doodle Jump. With excellent controls, delightful graphics, and superior sound, many (including me) prefer Karios Games’ MonsterUp to the game that inspired it. Check out our review or this post about one of the game’s many substantial updates for more details.

As of today, the few Windows Phone players who haven’t tried it yet now have no excuse: the full version of MonsterUp is free this weekend. Whether you’ve never played an endless jumping game or you’re just looking for something a little different than Doodle Jump, this is a fantastic deal.

MonsterUp is free for a limited time only. Hop on over here to the Marketplace to get it.

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MonsterUp even more charming now that it's free this weekend

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Thanks for the heads up!
Also, I LOVE how easy it is to download games to my phone through the Windows Marketplace site.  If there's one place where MS excels, it's with its websites for Xbox and Windows Phone!

"MonsterUp has long stood out as one the indie competitor"
You guys really need to proofread better. I usually don't say anything, but I see obvious stuff like this in most articles.

A sentence got changed and a leftover word wasn't deleted,etc... It's a natural result of the blogging process.  I say this as someone with a Literature degree who is extremely anal about grammar, punctuation, etc. Feel free to point out any necessary corrections, but please try to be chill about it.

I was pretty chill about it. It's just that I see it in too many articles. If WPCentral wants to be taken a little more seriously then they may want to proofread more thoroughly. It's not the end of the world, I'm just putting that out there to help WPCentral.

Dude, we know that it bothers you and we don't do it on purpose. Errors also happen with just about every major blogging site I've seen, including Kotaku. Like I said, it's almost unavoidable. Pointing out errors is good, but anything relating to our reputation or credibility is unnecessary.

I've had my phone for almost a year and only purchased two apps and this is one of the two. Great, great game that I highly recommend!