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MonsterMMORPG (MonMMO)
MonsterMMORPG | Official Site
MMORPG | Genre:Fantasy | Status:Final  (est.rel N/A)  | Pub:MonsterMMORPG
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Browser | Retail Price:n/a | Pay Type:Free | Monthly Fee:n/a
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Better or Spending the cash on the actual poke'mon game

Rough gameplay review of the game after giving it a try for a while
Final Score

2
Hopeless

Pros
 
 Collect Monsters
 Easy character creation
 Same Poke'mon interface
Cons
 
 Choppy movement
 No Graphical battles.
 Very few NPC trainers to battle
 not alot of help around to learn how to play the game
 Very Lacking in quality even for a Browser game. Facebook apps have more detail involved...
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After having tried Many of the MMO games out there I seen this posted up as a new game. I am a fan of the poke'mon games on the Nintendo DS and since this is advertised as a alternative and free version of it I said what the hell and went to the site to try it. I Registered my name in it, Selected what I want my trainer to look like and chose my beginning pet. After getting into the game it looked kind of like Nintendos Poke'mon game, same map display but a little less quality of graphics. I moved around for a while trying to find some NPC trainers to battle but for the most part I found other players to PVP against. Occasionally I would get into a battle against another monster going through grass and other field types. The movement in the game is VERY choppy, it built to move one space at a time, so if you hold one of the W,A,S,D keys down to move it pushes you choppily one space at a time across the board. When I finally got into a battle it brought up a new screen. This showed my monsters info on the right, and the opposing monster on the left. You select the skill that you want to use and it tells you how much dammage you did and if the monster was Knocked out/killed. After you win the battle the screen does not change back to the map, You have to click End Battle for it to move you back to the other screen. At no time while playing the game did I see any graphical effects of the monsters attacking each other like in the actual Poke'Mon games. No monsters doing a graphical movement of shooting it's attack and no graphic of the opposing monster getting hit. This game is extremely basic. This was better off being made back in the days on D.O.S. or N.E.S. if you can afford it I would get a USED gameboy/DS/DSi/3DS and actually buy the Poke'Mon Series. I would not recommend wasting your time on this unless they release many upgrades to make the game better and what it should be like, a true clone as it claims. 

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