You thought it’d never happen. You were convinced that the continuing series of illustrated MonTowers monsters had come to some inexplicable end, perhaps due to the compiler’s untimely demise, or immense magnitude for laziness, or whatever. Well you were wrong, buddy. Dead wrong! My commitment to satisfaction is ne’er ending, my perseverance matched only by my humility. Did I mention that my back is strong? Holla back, Smoove B.
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Who’s ready for more MonTowers monsters? You are, of course, even if you don’t realize it yet. Come on in and peruse the remaining critters from the Doom Tower. Here we have the monsters that inhabit floors 50-100, complete with a picture gallery, stats and abilities, and lots of ridiculous descriptions that you aren’t expected to read. Enjoy!
MonTowers ~Legend of Summoners~ isn’t just a game about catching and collecting monsters, it’s also a showcase of fun anime artwork. Some of it’s gratuitous, some of it’s cute, and all of it is pretty snazzy. Here’s your illustrated guide to the creatures of Alsperia, starting with the beasts you encounter in the game’s very first challenge: the Novice Tower.
MonTowers is a fun little iOS game featuring monster collection and lots of slick anime artwork. The art is very much central to the game, depicting scantily clad beasties that become (and I’m using their words here) “cuter” as they gain in power. It’s not a terribly deep game, but there are a few good tips we can share to help you on your way. Learn more about monster abilities, how to get free tokens, and other helpful hints with our all-inclusive MonTowers Guide.
In this episode of the Delta Attack Podcast, the DA Crew meet up with Stanley and Peabody in the Wayback Machine. Things get fractured, but you will believe a squirrel can fly. Moose? Not so much.
Today, Fade to Slack goes on the attack when defending Real Racing 3, Markham Asylum tells us about Etrian Odyssey IV and how the best JRPG franchise you probably haven’t played just got better, and Mark A. Brooks talks about the gratuitous fun of MonTowers. Somehow or another, we reminisce about a game you wouldn’t catch most gamers looking back fondly upon, but we own it. You only live once, kids.
Note: We have a few moments of broken audio from internet latency issues. We apologize for the technical difficulties. It’ll likely happen again, so I won’t give you that spiel. Just giving you a head’s up. It doesn’t last long, we promise. Thank you, Audacity!
Hit the start button, break out your zapper, and get ready for some mega fun.
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