Gamefactory Gameloft is back with another new game, and this time it's a papercraft game in which you nurture, build, and develop a kingdom of adorable little monsters. It's a game that falls solidly within the genre of casual, and with variations of the word "cute" twice in the first two sentences of the description, it's probably not a game for everyone.

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Despite the light-hearted nature of the game, it certainly looks like it offers a surprising amount of depth and impressive amount of fun. The premise is simple: you collect and nurture monsters, train them to boost their powers and abilities, and then pit them against some baddies.

Aaron Gingrich
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  • Sam

    Love that retro flat shading style. Cute!

  • TheWhiteLotus

    Reminds me of a cross between Animal Crossing and Pokemon. I like it, but would like it more if they toned down the girliness.

  • Christopher Wilmeth

    I was going to give it a try, but every time games start off with the lame Farmville intro where it tells you exactly what to do for 10 minutes just loses my attention. Looks neat but there's already too many Farmville clones.

  • Tuck

    Incompatible with galaxy S3. I was surprised it wouldn't work on what was called this year's best phone.