"My Singing Monsters is a world-building game where the player collects and breeds adorable monsters. There's a big difference to this game, however, that sets it far apart from others of the genre; these monsters sing, play, and dance!
Each island has its own song and is packed full of incredibly cute monsters! Keep on the lookout for My Singing Monsters and be one of the first to fall in love with this unique game!"
The aim of the game My Singing Monsters is to buy and breed all of the Monsters in the game and develop your own arrangement of monsters that sing and play instruments and by collecting all of the monsters, or at least as much as you wish to do. You can develop your musical monster orchestras by earning coins, making them happy to produce more coins, feeding them with food to increase income, purchasing new islands, decorating with Decorations and ultimately making your own musical arrangements of every island of the Monster World!
My Singing Monsters is free to download and play, although real money can be spent on in-game coins, diamonds, food and keys.
The monsters return in a prequel game, Dawn of Fire, with all new mechanics, such as the use of Crafting Items to feed monsters instead of the Food currency. Unlike the original game, monsters do not produce coins; instead coins are earned by giving them Crafting Items, which also levels them up, similarly to the Food currency of the original game. In this game, monsters grow up from Continent where they can be teleported to the Outer Islands, where you can expand your monster orchestras, you can run a business at the Market, or even become a Skyship dealer!
Like My Singing Monsters, Dawn of Fire is free to play, although real money can be spent on in-game coins and diamonds.
The Ghazt is a transparent purple cat-like creature featuring ghostly characteristics such as glowing eyes, and a tail that shrinks to a point as seen in some depictions of ghosts. Some of its other features are feline: pointed ears, fangs, and large claws. Five floating orbs revolve slowly around it, which make musical tones when the Ghazt touches them. Read More...