“The heroic characters in this intriguing tale are Ellie and her mysterious pet monster named Chomp who together set out to reclaim the Monster World from the Kid Kings and their enslaved creature pets. Players control both Ellie and Chomp as they explore and battle through five non-linear kingdoms in Monster World, including the Wicked Treehouse, Demon Express Train, Ancient Ruins and Monster Nightclub. The Touch Screen serves as Chomp’s Pet Sanctuary where he evolves with new abilities as he eats and plays with what Ellie provides from the top screen or buys for him in the store. But when Ellie needs some brute force or protective defense, she can summon Chomp to the top screen to back her up in her quest to save the Monster World. As Chomp develops and gains new attributes, he can grow into 30 unique forms with new attacks while also transforming into useful objects like shields, spikes and bombs. Together Ellie and Chomp will take on scores of baddies that threaten to end their Monster Tale mid-adventure.”
I was able to review Monster Tale for Nintendo DS, with the help of my 11 year old nephew. He of course was thrilled, a new game for his DS! Since we received the game he has really enjoyed playing it. It is a really neat mix of an action game on the top screen and a pet raising game on the touch screen. He loves that it has both elements for game play. Instead of being a pet raising game or an action game, they are combined into a really fun game. As your raising your pet you can call him up to help you in the action game on the top screen. So far we have enjoyed hours of game play fun. We highly recommend this game!! (Monster Tale is rated E for Everyone)
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*I received Monster Tale for Nintendo DS for my review.