By SHIMADA TOSHIHIRO
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Suddenly the Monster Corps attacks and breaks the city. Be the hero who will revive the city while taking down monsters.
Get building materials by smashing old cars to pieces. The more fingers on that button the better.
Replenish your strength and boost your combo powers while gaining needed experience to level up.
Don't worry about losing some fights; the restaurant is always open to satisfy your appetite. So go out and challenge those monsters again and again.
Ancient scrolls of martial arts are available for you to learn. Learning more martial arts allows you to upgrade the dojo and learn much more.
Don't forget to check the hidden room for the forbidden techniques.
Do you want upgrades? The laboratory has them. From special goggles that let's you see the monsters weaknesses, to power ups that will make you the best monster hunter, the laboratory has them all.
Some power ups will gain experience if equipped at your house.
Tapping on people in the city will give you some nice hints. Animals also deserve some of your tender taps.
What's New in Version 1.0.9
Really fun, occasionally confusing
This is a really really fun, easy game to just pick up for a short break, and it works really well. However, the game runs a little deeper than it lets on, and you could be forgiven for not figuring it out because the game—as a deliberate, and mostly positive design choice—has no text whatsoever. It comes with a simple tutorial, and after that some additional tutorials in the form of videos, but no text and nothing to indicate, for instance, WHY you might want to do the helicopter you'll eventually get access to, or WHAT the glasses you'll get really do, or what the deal is with the cars, or anything like that. And, again, this is still intended as a positive review, because the game is fun, and the people who made it very clearly made a deliberate decision that, for 90% of the the game (and 100% of the parts you NEED in order to have fun). But if you want to delve into the game, read a guide online or something. (To the developers; maybe make more little tutorial sequences, or have someone you can click on who will explain things to you, or something?)
A bloody great pixelated fighting game
I have no idea why people are complaining about this game. Then again, people have their opinions and may not like many things! Although, I am really enjoying this game. I think I am almost done fully upgrading my buildings! Then again, I have all of this land that I have to regain back for the city. Would be nice if there was a daily bonus system, though. Not really asking for gems/diamonds or anything, cause the original character is pretty good by himself. Although, no buffs or debuffs or anything, since you can already get some of that in the laboratory (if that building is even called that.) Still a bit confused about a few mechanics in this game, but this is part of what makes it awesome! Maybe add a progress bar of how much I have completed from the whole game? In general, I would like to see things more understandable. Aside from that, this is an extraordinary fighting game worth trying out! Also, thank you SHIMADA TOSHIHIRO for your hard work. Would love to see some new stuff added to this game soon!
Just finished the game and it's awesome!!!
I would love to play a sequel if one is ever made. As others have mentioned there is no text but the game shows you little animations of what the upgrade you are unlocking will do. I'm glad it's not one of those endless games that never end because eventually with time I get tired of the same thing and delete it anyway. The game is lengthly enough and gradually builds up on challenges. The key is to remember not to disregard the importance of figuring out how to time the simple one tap counter. Timing is the key and after several battles it becomes second nature. Don't expect to get more diamonds than 45 for free, though you don't really need diamonds unless you want to purchase different characters with added bonus abilities or different powers, but honestly with such a large move set you won't really need it. I personally like the character you start the game with as with most games it's more fun to see the main character evolve and become stronger with time.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jun 23, 2017
- Version: 1.0.9
- Size: 111 MB
- Languages: English, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Seller: SHIMADA TOSHIHIRO
- © 2017 Toshihiro Shimada
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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