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This article was published on June 19, 2014


    Mind Candy targets mum and dad with new ‘match 3’ Moshling Rescue game

    Mind Candy targets mum and dad with new ‘match 3’ Moshling Rescue game
    Paul Sawers
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    Paul Sawers

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    Just three weeks after Mind Candy announced it was moving beyond Moshi Monsters with a new strategy game called World of Warriors, the London-based company has officially launched a new iOS game aimed at a slightly older audience.

    Though Moshling Rescue has been available on Facebook for a few weeks already, and it has been available on iOS in a handful of markets too, it’s now available globally and it claims to be targeted at the “mums and dads of their millions of young fans.”

       

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    The free-to-play title is a ‘match-3’ game not too dissimilar to the likes of Candy Crush Saga. Players must match the gummies to rescue the Moshlings, and there’s hundreds of levels to explore. Although the game is free, you can cough up to buy boosts and extra lives too. You can also connect the iOS game with your Facebook account to sync up your progress across both platforms.

    The Mind Candy entertainment empire rolls on!

    Moshling Rescue | App Store