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Monster Arena

rated 4.26 / 5 stars
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Oct 7, 2011 | 5:19 AM EDT
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First Step 5 Points Reach level 2 [easy]
Trained 5 Points First time training
Master Arena 50 Points Beat Draiga
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Author Comments

Train and befriend with your own monster and teach him valueable power, defense, agility and intelligence skills. Praise, train, and battle with nearby monsters who wandered into your neighbourhood. Make your way up into the monster tournament and become the ultimate monster trainer. Welcome in the world of monster!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Game is super fun and groovy, but

It's way too easy, i beat the Draiga before it even had a chance to attack....
The monsters in the training area put up a better challenge, but i do hope for a sequal.^3^


Rated 3 / 5 stars


totally lost everythin D:

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is the way...

Ha ha ma'am, this is a nice game, but is a bit monotonous... The principal points:
--> You cant change your "Pokemon".
--> The others students of academy are retarded, with all due respect, they don't get strong! why only you get more strong? it's weird...
--> You need more monsters. Few monsters are like you play the same music every time.

Please do not be annoyed because is true, this game has much potential, and I wonder to play a sequel.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


There's one glitch where after defeating an opponent, the game just hangs. Annoying but when you reload, you're fine. However, I also caught a bug that made the game unplayable. After winning a cup, I was brought back to the training screen, and multiple dialog windows kept flashing. Year was set to 99, and money to 99999 etc. Tried reloading my save, but the same thing happened again. Too bad. Even if the game was playable, it's way too easy. I played 50 matches, with not a singe one lost. Matches take too long as well. It still takes minutes to defeat an opponent of which you can clearly see is 3 times as weak as you. Even despite this all, matches and leveling your character are pretty fun. Which makes it a shame that all the other things I mentioned are not.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Overall; an amazing effort

I have several noted bugs to tell you about though:
-the skill seeds that your monster digs up, they are marked at 500g to sell, but sell for 1000g
-the girl with the diceratops functions as a tournament, facing her three times in a row, bit of an experiance glitch there
-on obtaining the grand master trophy, the calander failed to dispay anything but the current month, which was empty of any events
if I tried to click on a tournament event after being alerted, nothing happened
-I engaged in a visitor fight after winning the grand master tourny, and the diceratops loaded with 0/0/0/0 as all it's stats, and froze the game
-I did not encounter the spring tournament once, despite obtaining all other seasonal trophies
-there is a glitch with the stat reducing attacks, whereby your enemies power is affected for the entirety of the battle, regardless of whether the status wears off them of not

gameplay issues include-
overall balance of the monsters, your monsters are unfortunately strong
you can gorge your monster on multiple stat items in the same instance, and it really makes you overpowered
it's not clear in the item description whether the summon items are single use, or permanant inventory items
the visiting monster trainers don't scale as the fights do, which makes them uninteresting after the bronze tier
while the actions to discipline your monster are agressive.... they don't affect the gameplay negatively, in fact they actually create another style of play, but the red area of the gauge made me ignore the concept for my playthrough...maybe consider a different colour scheme so that 'discipline' isn't intrepreted asa 'punishment'

Overall though.... great game, will likely play again... even in its current state.
The mini-games for training were inventive and kept things interesting.
The overall system was clear, and the HUD was easily accessable at all times without crowing the screen with any excess clutter.
I sincerely hope this game opens doors for you, as you have clearly put the work in.

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