Metaversal Studios Brings Battle Harvest to Android Market

Game developer Metaversal Studios announces today that Battle Harvest, the latest Metaversal release to the iTunes App Store for iOS devices, is now available for sale for Android 2.2 devices in Google’s Android Market. Battle Harvest is the highly anticipated sequel to the popular iOS and Facebook match-three puzzle game Bad Apples. While the iOS version costs $0.99 with a free Lite trial app, Battle Harvest for Android is free with an option to upgrade to remove in-game ads.

Fans of Bad Apples game will recognize some familiar faces in the cast of Battle Harvest, but the new game contains different gameplay mechanics, personable new characters and beautifully illustrated all-new background artwork. Where Bad Apples left fans wanting more, Battle Harvest will satisfy mobile gamers from the casual user to the dedicated puzzle fan. The introduction of an engaging storyline plus multiple gameplay modes and goal-oriented progression offer the player more rewarding gameplay and more replay value.

“We can’t wait for the Android community to meet the many new characters that make Battle Harvest the colorful and appealing game that it is,” said Matt Sughrue, VP of Product Development at Metaversal Studios.“We are so proud of the quality of art, technical direction and audio planning in Battle Harvest, and we look forward to sharing our game with iOS and Android users alike!”

Metaversal Studios, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, develops casual games with a focus on mobile and online platforms. Other game titles by Metaversal Studios include the chart-topping entertainment app Shave Me! and iPad boardgame simulator GameRoom. 

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