Orange County, CA / ACCESSWIRE / May 5, 2014 / Monster Arts, Inc. (OTCQB:APPZ) is pleased today to announce its deal to build 5 additional apps (and related mobile device games) for Max Apps LLC, current partner to Andy Ross, successful musician, performer and star of the popular television show, “Maximum Archery.” Under the parties’ agreement, Max Apps will pay Monster Arts an app development services fee of $10,000, plus a 20% share of the total gross revenues generated through these games, for the duration of the apps/games lives.
The first 3 (of the 5) planned game/app offerings in this deal are set to be titled:
- Quail Country;
- River Runner; and
- Prairie Hunter
These new apps and games will provide more opportunities for Andy’s fans and those who cherish and revel in the great outdoors and in activities as hunting, rafting, hiking and camping to indulge these interests anytime and anywhere, all from the comfort of their handy mobile device. Indeed, the apps will be designed with the direct input and participation of Mr. Ross, who is an avid outdoorsman and hunting enthusiast, and whose “Maximum Archery” is television’s top show supporting the outdoor lifestyle.
Commented Monster Arts CEO and Chairman Wayne Irving, “We’re very excited about these new apps. With Andy’s huge following and avid fan base, and coming on the heels of our successful rollout of Zombie Slasher Nashville®, we think we’ve struck the bull's-eye with this project and can’t wait to get it out on the market. All I can say is ‘Stay Tuned’.”
The apps and related games will be made available for iPhone and Android OS devices.
About Monster Arts, Inc:
Monster Arts is a leading mobile marketing and app technology innovator, designing a variety of mobile apps and games for purchase and download by the retail consumer and assisting business clients with online marketing through its Travel America Visitor Guide app and website network, mobile app design services, crowd funding consulting services and marketing, management, and promotions services, and now professional printing and graphic design services. Monster Arts owns 100% of Travel America Visitor Guide, a travel destination website and Smartphone app network and recently formed Candor Homes Corporation in a deal with Ankeny, Iowa based Purity Investments. Monster Arts owns 53% of Candor Homes Corp.
About Max Apps LLC:
Max Apps LLC has joint ventured with Andy Ross on several projects and is now working to develop a series of celebrity-oriented Internet and mobile device-based entertainment applications designed to appeal to those embracing the lifestyle of hunting and family-based activities, while also promoting the sponsor entertainer’s image and the sale of related merchandise. Learn more at http://www.andyrossgames.com or http://www.maxappsgames.com
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Source: Monster Arts, Inc.