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    Published: 2015-08-22, by .

    A city-smashing monster game with a card collecting foundation

    6.9
    • Smooth animations
    • Well-rendered visuals
    • Quick load up times
    • Pay-to-win
    • Expensive cards
    • Silver is not bronze

    "Adult Swim Will Smash Your City"

    THE VERDICT

    In Monsters Ate My Metropolis you must crush cities with your giant, scary monsters. The main thrust of the game is a card collecting element where you are awarded special items or abilities. As you build your deck, you become stronger. While the idea is solid, execution leaves some wanting.

    THE PROS

    The animations are smooth and fluid, accompanied by bright, colorful and well-rendered graphics. The audio and in-game sound effects enhance the gameplay quite well. Load up times were quick and performance was generally smooth.

    THE CONS

    A classic example of the pay-to-win theme, because you will likely lose against players that have spent money and bought premium decks. Not only that, but the price is steep. There is a problem with the point system, promised silver cards were actually bronze.

    William

    by William

    Aug 22, 2015

    Description

    From the people who brought you Robot Unicorn Attack 2 and Giant Boulder of Death — the monsters are back, and they're dealing out destruction! Pick your favorite kaiju, assemble a deck of special cards and time your attacks to destroy the city. Battle rival players from around the world to decide who's king of the monsters. Unlockable monsters, rare prizes, leaderboards, tournaments and more make this the card game to topple them all!

    CHOOSE YOUR MONSTER

    Unlock and play as giant, crazy monsters. Each have their own specialized MegaZone attacks, elemental buffs, critical hit chance stats, and bonuses. Earn enough tokens winning matches and you’ll be able to unlock them all. Feed them your unused/unwanted cards to level them up fast and make them even more powerful.

    FAST, FURIOUS GAMEPLAY

    Each side is dealt three cards (from their deck of 12) and takes turns attacking until just one is left standing. Damage is based on card power, element (blue, red, green, yellow), and your timing on the boost minigame. Each attack builds your monster’s MegaZone meter; when it’s full you can forego the cards and unleash a mega-powered attack that’ll wipe the smile right off that city’s face.

    SCALE WEEKLY GLOBAL TOURNAMENT LEADERBOARDS

    Pummel opposing cities to increase your metropolis’ population and position in the weekly tournament leaderboards. Even if you lose or are attacked, you’ll gain valuable experience and a couple of precious tokens too. And if you win, you’ll get even MORE experience points and currency. Five leagues (Plushy, Mascot, Monster, Elite and Boss) await!

    COLLECT ALL THE THINGS

    Four ferocious monsters, over 100 attack cards (with more coming in future updates). Build your City (defense) and Monster (offense) decks any way you like!

    TAP TO TOPPPLE

    When your monster attacks you’ll be prompted to tap the screen at just the right time to boost your card’s stats even higher for a more devastating hit! (And yes there is an option for the slow-reflexed to turn that off.)

    CONNECT FOR BONUSES

    Connect your Facebook account to get a FREE card, energy, and tokens from your buddies. This also activates cloud save to restore your profile on another device!

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    from 5.434 reviews

    "Great"

    8.2

    Users comments for Monsters Ate My Metropolis

    eat me you scum

    by eat me you scum

    Nov 13, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Really fun game. Would recommend.

    LeRoy Hopke

    by LeRoy Hopke

    Nov 06, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    So much fun

    Glenn Weir

    by Glenn Weir

    Nov 04, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    A little difficult to find strong cards but i still love the game, the game never ceases to amuse me and keeps me entertained for hours

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Nov 03, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    I think this game is awesome

    Chrono Plays

    by Chrono Plays

    Oct 30, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    very adictive game

    Edsel Coates

    by Edsel Coates

    Oct 27, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Well now I have to play this every day until my thumbs go numb. Thank you