My Singing Monsters Dawn of Fire

My Singing Monsters Dawn of Fire

My Singing Monsters Dawn of Fire is a game that will appeal best to children with its addictive gameplay and songs that they will get to listen to. The game comes with one more feature that you won’t get to see every day – the app is a prequel to another Android game called My Singing Monsters.

The gameplay will have you hatch, place and then feed monsters on a piece of land called The Continent. This is what you will mostly be doing while playing this app but the good news is that there are many monsters that you can create and each one of them sings some tunes so when you combine a few you get a song. In addition to this the numerous combinations that you can create will lead to different songs every time, which is exciting since you will likely listen to different tunes every time you play this game. You will also have to take care of the monsters that you have – you will have to hatch new ones, then grow food for them, buy items for them and more. As a result you will have something like a singing monster kindergarten but we will tell you right here that there will be a lot of micromanagement to do.

My Singing Monsters Dawn of Fire will also treat you with nice 3D visuals and awesome sound since this feature sits at the core of the game. Great job here, especially in the sound department.

My Singing Monsters Dawn of Fire is an excellent game. It will bring tons of fun to small children who will be truly amused by what the game has to offer and more precisely by the songs that they will get to listen to. This is what makes us highly recommend the game and we are sure it will be enjoyed by adults as well.

My Singing Monsters Dawn of Fire is here on Google Play.

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