- Players now can view enemy monster's skill information during PvE battle.
- Unobtainable monsters, such as token monsters, will be shown as obtained if the players have summoned the monsters.
- Improved a few monsters' attack animations.
- Adjusted monster balance
- Added new monsters and skills
- Bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Glorious, Entertaining, and just a load of FUN
Having been a huge fan of Dragonblue and Hunter Island I had to give this a shot and I was not let down in the slightest. It’s the perfect mix of a HUGE story mode and PvP. It doesn’t shift the weight towards one but balances them together. Unlike most monster evolve games out there Neo Monsters does not rely on in app purchases. You have to farm and actually play the game. It’s loads of fun to work towards your ultra evolutions and then let your friends take them into battle. Highly recommend this game to anyone who loves Pokémon or any of the other monster catching games. Love the frequent updates and weekly/monthly contests and missions. Well done indeed!!
Unique, fun take on monster collecting!
I’ve played a lot of Pokémon clones, but this isn’t one of them! In this case, that plays very much to this game’s favor. The battle system is a unique dual screen 4 v 4 (or more) with all monsters out and battling at once. The story is interesting and, although graphically simple, quite visually pleasing. There are many other modes of play, both offline and online that give players lots to do and collect.
The real strength of this game, however, is the sheer number and diversity of monsters. Literally hundreds and hundreds of unique monsters with many readily available from the start. The other edge of this double-edged blade is that most of these unique and intriguing monsters are weak and useless once you progress very far. Top tier monsters are obtainable through the use of premium currency (most readily obtained by spending real money) and most suffer from an overzealous artist’s vision to combine robots, dragons, demons, and whatever else over-the-top monstrosity they can concoct. But if you take the time to take it slow and enjoy collecting and training monsters regardless of their PvP potential, you will get a lot of enjoyment from the more charming animal-based monster designs that make up ~70% of the lower tier creatures.
Pay to win, unbalanced, pay for op mon with the same moves and different skins
Ive spent a bunch of money on this at times when getting legendaries os 'greatly increased' to mostly get garbage and the same stuff over and over again. None of these good monsters are obtainable any other way but a crap ton of money for a little bit of gems to keep getting crap or duplicates all the time. Also not skilled in any way. Same moves poison teams with stuns and "sweepers" which are the poisons and monsters with the same moves to kill groups of others. But the game will at one point move to ultra evolved monsters and you have to pay to get monsters that can possibly hang but you dont get them over $200 later. Also will glitch out buying gems and leave you hanging with emails to support for over 3 days to realize how stupid it is to play games like this. Absolutely Horrible game compared to pokemon or anything I would ever suggest playing. Anyone who likes it has a lot of money or was super lucky to get last bite monsters or others that you are not even allowed to get when you pay to get them anymore.
- NTT Resonant Inc.
- 356 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © ZigZaGame Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- 1 Gem $0.99
- 6 Gems $3.99
- 13 Gems $7.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.