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Today we have Transfomers Dark of the Moon Mix & Match story book codes to giveaway each currently worth $2.99. Released just ahead of the stunning new theatrical version, this book allows fans to swipe through the original story, create their own adventures as well as shake the device to randomly unlock unimaginable Autobot and Decepticon story and character combinations. Fans can combine heads, bodies, legs, weapons, and other features to make Transformers unlike any other.
“Until now you could only magine a Transformer that combines the sleek sports car look of Bumblebee and the power-packed features of Optimus Prime with the mechanical legs of the Autobot warrior Ratchet,” said Woody Sears, co-founder of iStoryTime. “Now you can build any Transformer you can imagine right on your iPhone, iTouch or iPad.”
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The storybook also includes a colorful guide to the Autobots and Decepticons that appear in the hit movie. Fans can touch the Autobot or Decepticon insignia for full bios of Ratchet, Mirage, Bumblebee, Optimus Prime, Sentinel Prime, Shockwave, Crowbar, Megatron, Starscream and Soundwave. Each bio gives a description of the character’s function, vehicle mode and weapon for an even more in-depth look into the Transformers story.
Transformers Dark of the Moon Mix & Match was written by author David Roe and illustrated by Alex Milne and Rob Ruffalo of Udon. Milne and Ruffalo have previously worked on “G.I.Joe Vs. The Transformers: The Art of War.” Ruffalo created Dreamwave’s Micromasters series as well as “Sixshot” and was involved with many more Transformers and Warhammer titles. Milne has worked on “Transformers Prime Time” and countless other projects.