Monster Crusher

Monster Crusher

Monster Crusher is another puzzle game that we found on Google Play. The app has some elements of action inside so it is an interesting mixture of genres.

The game starts with a short tutorial that will show you how to play it. Basically you have a grid onto which various monsters fall from the air. You must eliminate all the monsters a level has in order to win and move to the next level. Speaking of this, Monster Crusher comes with a large number of levels so you will be playing this game for quite some time, given that you like it in the first place. So, place two monsters of the same kind on top of each other and this will eliminate them. The game will also give you magnets so place them in such a way so that they face each other and make sure to place monsters in the space between the two magnets. This will also eliminate the monsters so as you can see Monster Crusher offers you just two ways to deal with your enemies. In addition to this the app has two game modes – Arcade Ladder and Infinite Play as well as three difficulties with Slow, Normal or Fast speed so you can adjust the difficulty in a way that you like. Oh, we almost forgot to say that if you cannot eliminate the monsters you get and they create a column that touches the top end of your display, the game ends. See how simple the gameplay of Monster Crusher is but like we said this is a puzzle game so you are required to think here. A few words on the visuals of Monster Crusher too – the game comes with 2D graphics only but we can say that what you get here is nice so you should not be disappointed.

The final verdict is that Monster Crusher is a fun puzzle game that will appeal to fans of the genre for sure. The app comes for free, does not need that much hardware power and comes with tons of fun so Monster Crusher is a fine representative of the puzzle game genre on Google Play.

Here’s where you can find Monster Crusher. Enjoy!

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