Mino Monsters

8.3 Overall Score
Gameplay: 8/10
Sounds: 8/10
Graphics: 8/10

Fully animated and the monsters are cute.

The game is short and limited.

If you enjoyed games similar to Pokémon then you will love Mino Monsters. The moment you start the game you are shown one of the most vibrant introductions included in any game, and is then followed by you being thrown into a battle where you are being shown how to fight against other “Mino” in the game.

One of the coolest things with this game is that there are many monsters that you can obtain and some that you can even catch. Once you capture your very own Mino during battle you train them so they can grow as part of your party. In fact, the game features multiple stages and dozen types of battles for you to use to get your Mino monster trained to evolve near level 30.

Mino Monsters Overview

This adorable game is fun for people of all ages. This is especially true for those people who enjoyed battling and collecting monsters like in Pokémon. The battle system is probably one of the most loved parts of the game mainly because you evolve and collect Mino Monsters.

When it comes to collecting Minos, some players have said they don’t feel like there are enough. While there certainly will not be 150 Minos to collect and some of the monsters you see in battle will be similar to the trio of Grublings, there is certainly room for additions in updates. With that being said, Mino Monsters recently updated to the latest version “2.0” after many players and reviews were saying they needed work. They made corrections to certain aspects of the game including the “evolution” portion which is now more like Pokémon as the Minos evolve and also the game is more action-focused. Furthermore, the creators got rid of the quest and world exploration portions of the game.

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As with other RPG type games, MinoMonsters has the mechanism of “elements” which means that the monsters are split into five different types: earth, fire, air, lightening, and water. You will see that every element is strong or weak against other types of elements which either gives you a disadvantage or an advantage during battle; this will depend on your main battling monster.

Graphics and Gameplay

The game’s animation is incredibly polished and streamlined, and each monster has a rather varied style. You will find the game a visual treat that will still look current in another 10 years. Additionally, you will find the gameplay to be very addicting mainly because the goal of collecting monsters to add them to your collection, but also because you can level up current monsters to gain access to even more skills and abilities.

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The fighting system was designed in a simple manner that anyone can grasp and play, but there are also enough options available for seasoned players to swing the battle’s outcome. When you are involved in battles, power ups and other items are dropped during every round, which is just enough to prevent battles from becoming boring and repetitive. Also, the game adds a social aspect that will encourage you to swap a distinct code with other game users that will help you unlock benefits and other additional features.

In the end, all Pokémon fans will undoubtedly fall in love with this game. Yet, it is still exciting enough that even those players new to this gaming genre can grow to love it as well!

Mino Monsters is free to play.

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