Monster Strike is a fast-paced hunting action game you can play cooperatively in groups of up to four players.
3DS FORMAT – GATEWAY SUPPORTED – HR RELEASE
|Game Size:||846 MB|
|Release Date:||December 17, 2015|
|Game Mode:||Single Player / Multi Player|
|Game Media:||3DS Format|
Monster Strike (モンスターストライク Monsutā Sutoraiku?) is a physics game with elements of RPGs, strategy games and cooperative multiplayer. It is developed by Mixi for the iOS and Android platforms. The game was co-created by Yoshiki Okamoto. In Japan, its name is often shortened to MonSt (モンスト Monsuto). As of June 30, 2015, the game has daily revenues of $4.2 million. A more traditional RPG of Monster Strike was released for the Nintendo 3DS in December 2015.powerful tricks up their sleeves!
Monster Strike was originally released in Japan in September 2013, and by November 2013 it was credited with saving Mixi, originally a social media network, after the app became popular in the App Store. In September 2014, it was announced that a North American version and a South Korean version would be released.
A theme song for Monster Strike titled “Hippare! Monster Strike” (ヒッパレ！モンスターストライク Hippare! Monsutā Sutoraiku, “Pull! Monster Strike”) was written by Nagae Kuwabara (lyrics) and Riichiro Kuwabara (composition) and performed by Hironobu Kageyama. Kageyama performed it live for the first time at the Monster Strike first anniversary event at the Nico Nico Douga live house nicofarre on October 25, 2014, and the song was later released for sale on October 29.
As of March 31, 2015, the game has been downloaded more than 30 million times and has daily revenues of $3.8 million. It overtook Puzzle & Dragons as Japan’s highest-grossing mobile app in late 2014, and its revenues exceed ¥40 billion ($378 million) per quarter. As of June 30 2015, daily revenues reached $4.2 million. With the English language version’s release, a reviewer for Android Authority said that the game was fun, but similar to other games on the market, and had concerns about the length of the game’s tutorial levels. On Pocket Gamer, the reviewer found the game not challenging, as there did not seem to be any strategy, and as it is easy to earn Orbs (the premium currency), he could easily use the Hatcher to get better monsters, resulting in just a wait for the Stamina to refill and fuse monsters, until you run out of gold to fuse and space in the Monster Box.
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