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  • Summary: ★★★★★ The most fun you can have with a personal teleporter! ★★★★★★★ For iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2, iPad Mini ★★Yuri is a janitor on a mission: His monsters have escaped and they’re too dumb to survive in the Lab on their own. Help Yuri rescue them all in 80 levels of brain-twisting, reaction-bending, space-warping fun! Just touch to teleport!YURI: COMRADE JANITOR You are Yuri, a hapless Russian janitor.After a violent health and safety oversight in your lab you're tasked with recapturing the escaped monsters using nothing but skill, cunning and a handy personal teleporter.YURI: COMRADE HERO!Now's your time! Rescue the monsters not only from environmental hazards but from their own stupidity. Use your teleporter to put yourself in harm's way, trade places with the monsters and lead them to safety.• 80 levels of brain-teasing fun!• Amazing creatures to dazzle and bemuse!• Super smooth 60FPS Retina graphics!★★ For iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2, iPad Mini ★★ Collapse
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  1. Apr 25, 2013
    Monster Meltdown is one of those quirky little games that due to its fluid control scheme and clever bite-size level design, it makes it very hard to put down. Whether that's good or not for gaming on the go, is up for debate.
  2. Mar 14, 2013
    Gamers help a janitor rescue monsters who have escaped in a Russian research lab by using his personal teleporter to make it through 80 mind-bending levels.
  3. Mar 9, 2013
    Monster Meltdown ($1.99, iPad) delivers a brand new puzzle style that is finely crafted making it a should buy for some exquisite teleportation fun.
  4. Mar 13, 2013
    Fast-paced and full of Soviet-era chic, this novel puzzler is one Red Scare you don't want to miss.
  5. Mar 12, 2013
    Overall it’s a simple, fun and addictive package. No iAP, no complications, and impressive in the looks and sound department. Plays a good game too.
  6. Mar 13, 2013
    Persevere, however, and you’ll find the kind of charmingly intelligent design that makes us hope Ambient can eventually realise some of its grander ambitions.