Will your monsters save the world, or destroy it? As a Monster Master, you'll telepathically train wild monsters to be treasure guardians, royal pets, or giant stone masons. As war breaks out with the kingdom to the north, will you train monsters to be vicious soldiers and mindless power generators?
"The Last Monster Master" is an epic 250,000-word interactive fantasy novel by Ben Serviss, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based—without graphics or sound effects—and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.
How you care for your monsters will determine their fate–and yours–as the your kingdom faces a grave threat. Can you discipline your monsters with gentle compassion, or will you use cruel punishments to bring them in line? Will you lead your monsters to victory and prosperity? Or will you go down in history as the last Monster Master?
• Embark on a 250,000-word journey of kinship, sacrifice and heart-breaking decisions.
• Master Telepathy or Body Language detection skills to read monster minds.
• Will your clan be ready to protect the realm when the time comes?
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Ratings and Reviews
What a great escape this game was! The writing was so well done and the story so immersive. I've played a few games like this in the past but I always felt like every question might punish me and make me regret my decisions. With The Last Monster Master I instead felt like the game flowed and changed with my decisions which felt like a much more connected experience for me. Really enjoyable. But, there was one part I felt regret over, I didn't train one monster perfectly and genuinely felt awful about it--Oh poor Wadigu, I AM SO SORRY! It was my fault completely! I definitely look forward to replaying this game again sometime soon!
Totally worth the price
The last monster hunter probably has to be one of my favorite choose your own path books to date, and it's because of 2 things. The amazing endings and the fact that every choice does matter. If you make a bad choice such as you treat a character rudely it's going to come back and bite you for it. But it doesn't mean that this game is hard, it's just that when you play this your going to have to think before you choose something instead of playing without taking a moment to think.
Just Me Whining
I'm still a Choice of Games fan, but I'm just not that fond of Last Monster Master. This game is not that intuitive (which I suppose, since it's sort of modeled after raising a child, would make sense, but still annoying). Another point is that the game creates this absolute that you must play favorites with your monster students which was equally as my playthrough involved my favored monster having lower affinity due to my stats. All in all, I was not impressed with this game, but still looking forward to Choice of Games's next publishment.
- Choice of Games LLC
- 42.6 MB
- Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Ben Serviss
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