Despicable Me: Minion Rush for Windows 8, 10 Gets New Content
The official game Despicable Me: Minion Rush has been released in the Windows Store at the end of the previous year by Gameloft and now it’s received a big update which adds a lot of new content.
Despicable Me: Minion Rush game for Windows 8 has now been update with new content, so if you got bored an “finished” this never-ending game, here’s some more. So, according to the official release note, there’s now a new environment: the Anti-Villain League from Despicable Me 2 movie; a new Mini-Game where you will be able to unlock a new Power-Up and get ready for a Mission to the Moon; a new Costume: Starfish Minion. Also, the game now comes with more challenges, as you will be able to compete against friends from your country in the new local leaderboards, and even participate in daily contests to win prizes! The main menu has bee redesigned, as well, and now you will be able to receive notifications. The regularr bug fixes and optimizations are here, as well.
Despicable Me: Minion Rush for Windows is now even better
Gru’s loyal yellow gibberish-speaking Minions are ready for their toughest challenge in Despicable Me: Minion Rush. Play as a Minion and compete with others in hilarious, fast-paced challenges in order to impress your boss, (former?) super-villain Gru! Jump, fly, dodge obstacles, collect bananas, be mischievous, and defeat villains to earn the title of Minion of the Year! • Enjoy unpredictably hilarious Minion moments • Perform despicable acts through hundreds of missions • Run through iconic locations, which are full of surprises, secrets and tricky obstacles: Gru’s Lab, Gru’s Residential Area, and El Macho’s Lair! • Customize your Minion with unique costumes, weapons, and power-ups • Battle Vector and an all-new villain exclusively created for the game
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