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My Singing Monsters Playground

Video game company Big Blue Bubble has revealed My Singing Monsters Playground, a multiplayer party game set in the My Singing Monsters universe. (My Singing Monsters is a free-to-play mobile game that allows players to collect and care for singing monsters.)

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The graphics looks pretty good for a party game like this. You can tell it has borrowed heavily from the mini-game style of Mario Party but the engaging cute graphical style and upbeat background music suit it nicely without being annoying. My kids loved the different designs of the monsters although they did both take a liking to the penguin monster.

The main Tournament mode has some other game mechanics to try and keep the game interesting. The person in last place gets to pick the next minigame out of a possible 3. Every time a 2v2 or 3v1 game is selected the teams are always random assigned. At the end of the tournament, there are some special bonus points awarded out for various elements of the game. It could be the person who jumped the most or the person who threw the most projectiles in the game. If the scores are close this could swing the victory in another monsters favour.

One last note compared to the mobile game where the monsters sing all the time: you may be a little confused on why you never hear them sing in this game. It took me a while to discover, but if you play a tournament to the end and you get to the results of who won, leave it on that screen without skipping and you will notice they spring into action with their singing.

Islands are the various places that monsters inhabit. Some islands follow the method of buying four single elements, then breeding those into even more monsters (i.e. Plant Island, Cold Island, Air Island). Other islands require teleporting monsters from another island (i.e. Ethereal Island, Magical Sanctum, Seasonal Shanty). Other islands have the player buy the monsters as "statues" or "vessels", then zap monster eggs from breeding structures on other islands into one of the statues to wake up the statue (i.e. Wublin Island, Celestial Island, Amber Island). The Colossingum is a combat island where the player can do quests to level up their Colossingum level. Players are also able to collect Costumes in The Colossingum. Composer Island is where players can create their own songs.

The distinction of My Singing Monsters from other simulation games is the "building" process of making music that is primarily driven by the use of the eponymous musical monsters. Players make their own decisions on what determines the "perfect" island by selectively picking monsters that they determine would improve their game overall through a combination of design and in-game currency generation. Some special monsters or decorations are more difficult to unlock, often requiring exclusive currencies, special events (such as holidays and in-game events), "Wishing Torches", or other special methods in order to obtain or activate them.

Some Monsters sing in nonsensical gibberish (such as the Mammott (bum), Fwog, (wow), and Toe Jammer (doo)), some sing fractured or short lines in English (such as the PomPom (hey), shugabush (yeah), and Hoola (yay)), and others play real-world or fictional instruments (such as the Shellbeat (drums) and Bowgart (cello)). There are also special Monsters known as "Werdos" that sing lyrics (the Parlsona, Tawkerr, Stoowarb, and Maggpi). The characters are often designed as exaggerations of real-world animals or objects (such as the common Fwog (frog) and T-Rox (T-rex)), cartoon caricatures of monsters from folklore and mythology (such as the Epic Blabbit (jackalope) and Dragong (dragon)), fusions of living creatures and instruments (such as Floogull (trumpet/seagull) and Sox (saxophone/fox), resemblances to real-world people (such as the Shugabush and G'joob), or representations of the monster's in-game elemental makeup (such as Clackula and Potbelly). Some monsters work differently, for example, the Wubbox is hatched in a box form, and must have all Natural Monsters on the island "boxed" into it to power it up (Rare and Epic Wubbox take Rares and Epics instead, as well as make different noises) Most Monsters have "Rare" and "Epic" variants, which are only available to obtain during special events.

My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire is a prequel of the original My Singing Monsters, set in a time when the element of Fire was born. Unlike the original game, the main song is on "Continent", a supercontinent land that was formed similarly to Pangaea. There are five sections of the continent, unlocked at different player levels and based on the Natural Islands from the original game. Monsters in their toddler form are initially raised on Continent, each of which plays a unique tune that contributes to the musical theme. Each monster requests a unique set of "crafting items" that can be used to increase their level up to level 20; filling these requests will reward in-game currency plus additional benefits that can unlock additional features of the game. At a certain monster level, unique to each monster, toddler monsters are able to permanently teleport to additional islands known as "Outer Islands" as adult monsters, gaining new musical lines on an island with a unique group of musical monsters that produce an entirely different song theme. These include Party Island, Space Island, Cloud Island, and Cave Island. There is also one other island, called Starhenge, which is the original version of Celestial Island from the original game. Dawn of Fire also introduced Prismatics, which are only available during certain events, and during those events can be created by sending a monster through the Prism Gate. Prismatics serve as the prequel's equivalent of Rare and Epic monsters from the original game.[10]

My Singing Monsters: The Board Game is a board game based on the My Singing Monsters franchise. The board game was supported by Kickstarter from June 1 to 21 and is designed by Sen-Foong Lim and Jay Cormier. There are two versions of the game; the Standard Edition, which includes all of the core components, and the Deluxe Edition, which includes nine painted Monster mini-figures, upgraded components, and an exclusive expansion that features the Werdo monsters. The board game is a worker placement game, in which the player breeds Monsters to produce more coins than other players.[11]

Kotaku described the original My Singing Monsters as a "clever combination of music and monster breeding", praising how the complexity of a song can become developed by the utility of breeding monsters, each monster revealing a new line to the song. However, Kotaku was "a bit disappointed" with the level of complexity added in Dawn of Fire, reporting that the new feeding system hinders progress towards the whole concept of unveiling the "musical nirvana".[20]

My Singing Monsters Playground, developed by Big Blue Bubble and published by Sold-Out Software, offers a variety of minigames for players to enjoy. Four monsters compete to win in either a free-for-all, two-on-two, or three-against-one minigame. Players can also unlock decorations and alternate skins by earning Relics while playing.

Although My Singing Monsters Playground is the successor to the original My Singing Monsters game, there isn't really any singing done by the characters. Players familiar with the game will recognize the instrumental background music as some of the songs the monsters sing, but that's the only connection. There are also just seven monsters to choose from, and a few of the other characters are featured in minigames. Players can get different costumes for the monsters, but there are no additional characters to unlock.

Relics can be earned while playing to randomly unlock decorations or costumes, and each monster has six alternate costumes to unlock. There are a lot of monsters in the original game, but My Singing Monsters Playground, like Mario Party Superstars, doesn't include unlockable characters. This seems like a missed opportunity to give players something to work towards, as the prizes don't feel like they're worth the effort in their current iterations.

My Singing Monsters Playground invites players to use some of the most popular monsters from the mobile game to compete with their friends in a variety of minigames. Alternatively, players can battle against AI opponents in one of the three available game modes. Although there's a lack of monsters or unlockables, My Singing Monsters Playground is still fun to play and has enjoyable references for fans of the original game.

A spin-off from the Switch game My Singing Monsters, My Singing Monsters Playground is a multiplayer game that's a lot like Mario Party. Gather up your friends and play together as various singing monsters. Pick from seven different characters and unlock three costumes for each one.

Journey to the Monster World to take part in a tournament of Monster-Game madness! Watch your favourite Monsters come to life as you swing, fling, and spring your way to victory in a variety of 4-player competitions. Grab your friends and hit the playground to see who'll win the ultimate Monster bash! 041b061a72

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