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Oct 14, 2010 | 9:14 AM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place October 15, 2010

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Author Comments

Fun and unique 2D strategy game. Lead your cute 5-man band on a quest to exterminate all the monsters in the land. Features random quests and 12 bosses.

Public Service Announcement: Over 17.7 MILLION monsters have been killed since this game was released. :D

Author's Note: The previous game, Bongo Boom Battlegrounds, was indeed an attempt to introduce a Patapon-like game to Flash, because none existed. Monster Slayers builds on the strengths of the PC and removes the rhythm bits.

More notes: There's actually a theme to the 12 boss monsters. Two themes, actually. Think about it carefully when you finish the game, it's my own little attempt at Fridge Brilliance. :p



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The chibi-ness

It's enough to make the game catch your eyes, and the game isn't all too bad either.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


it's a super addicting game


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pata Pata Pata Pon!

Reminds me of Patapon Style, but with out the drums. I enjoyed the upgrades you made to the basic concept :) Keep up the good work.

Starts at 5 Stars Break Down;

"...unique 2D strategy game." Patapon 1-3?: -1
Play Style Reminded me of Patapon: +1 Star
Chibi!: +1 Star
Numerous Improvements from Patapon and Customization: +1
Customized Characters and Trees: + 2
Backgrounds and Enemies Looked like Copies from Patapon: - 1
Music : - 2

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

nice but...

The game is awesome, nothing to say about the quality etc... but a lot of element (and graphic elements just look like a copy of PATAPON game on psp) specially the WORM and a lot of backgrounds.
But: this game is still a very very good game, and i really had fun playing. good job ;)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Quite simply one of the best games ever...

Awesomely cute graphics (who dun't love chibis?); specific and easily distinguished unit types, a complicated career map; plenty of optional missions to level you up alongside the main storyline (which is fortunate, as this is nonexistent, a big flaw); no lags, bugs or sudden shocks; and the best bit-easy but complex strategic gameplay which requires adaptation but is laid back enough that the game is still compelling. And of course the summons sort of act the way as spells or boosts, pushing the little squad on when they just need that extra help while adding in an element of item collection. Lastly, a few random assorted hats and evil looking minibosses can't help but fill out the atmosphere of awesomness.