Monsters have feelings too! is a single player word game with role playing game elements. Battle monsters with your words and spend their money on shiny hats.

There is a princess to be saved. She may or may not have a sexy elbow.
Woo her with your sesquipedalian arsenal. Go now, woo.

• Bite sized rounds.
• Cute monsters to destroy.
• Humpledink.
• Collect weapons and amulets to increase the power of your letters
• Collect hats to increase your health
• Please don't destroy Humpledink, he's a nice monster with a family.

What's New

Version 1.5.1

Fixed a bug preventing cut scenes from playing.

Gave the monsters some ice cream. Monsters love ice cream.

Customer Reviews



Love word games but this is just too frustrating. Disadvantage created by terrible letter choices while the "opponent" has an array of useable options. The 3rd level may as well be the final level as it takes several attempts to complete it.

A zillion...


I loved this game. And it told me to rate it a zillion out of 5. So I have done this. Because this game tickled me in my happy places and made me smile, laugh, and cry tears of joyful disbelief. This game made me want to name my firstborn after it's creator. This game made me consider seceding from the United States and renouncing my citizenship in order to swear allegiance to Words With Monsters. This game was even better than that time I fed a bottle cap full of Mountain Dew to a goat; which was followed by another rather jellymad goat ramming into the previously mentioned goat who was enjoying his gift of liquid citrus caffeination. I cried on my phone when I finished the game and then proceeded to lick my screen to retain further sustenance from the awesomeness that was Words with Monsters.
My life is Facebook officially changed.

Fun game, fake words notwithstanding


This is a fun Scrabble-esque game, in which you get to use your wordplay to defeat monsters. It's a lot more fun than Scrabble (or "Words With Friends") since you can fight fake bad guys instead of having to wait for real-life friends to pony up. My one complaint is that the monsters seem to play a lot of fake words ("subpena," for instance, is not the proper spelling!), and get away with murder, while you, the human, have to create only real words (and no proper nouns, etc.). Seems to me both humans and monsters ought to be playing by the same rules here, to make it more fair. Other than that, a great, addictive word game.


Wayne Petzler
38.8 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
© Wayne Petzler


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