Monster Hotel

Monster Hotel

Monster Hotel is a game that may seem scary at first given its PEGI 16 rating but the app has a nice surprise for you – it does not come with anything scary inside except for the title. Here you will be playing as a hotel manager who has to take care of a hotel and numerous monster guests.

The app, as you can see is a game, where you will be a manager so do not expect action or anything of this kind. Your main activity will be meeting guests, placing them in rooms and then collecting their money when they leave. The guests will have requirements so you must find the best way to arrange them inside the hotel. When you collect enough money you will be able to build more rooms where you will be able to place more guests. In addition you will be able to decorate the hotel and the rooms, sign contracts, meet VIP guests and more. As you can see the game is all about quick thinking and reflexes so be ready for this.

Apart from this Monster Hotel comes with nice 2D graphics and nice sound as well. We did not encounter any issues with the game and moreover it brings fun so we think you will like it as well. The game is free to play so this makes the whole situation even better. So go ahead and try this game – we think you will like it. You can check it out here on Google Play.

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