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Submitted by meepmoopmeep 2016d ago | article

Gamezebo: Moshi Monsters

Gamezebo writes: "How precious!

If there is a sentiment that sums up Moshi Monsters, it really is that one, and I mean it in the most flattering way possible. Nearly every moment of this exquisitely-crafted game shows tremendous polish, and it is all geared toward making the finished product more charming. While the game is clearly aimed at children aged seven to 12, there is more than enough here to keep parents involved as well.

The quality is apparent right from the start - Even as you wait for the Flash applet the game runs on to load, a fuzzy and floating purple monster eats your mouse arrow with a loud GLOMP! You can make him fly off and squishy-thud against the side of that window by quickly yanking your mouse arrow around the screen." (Moshi Monsters, PC)

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