Monster Collectible Battle RPG MONSTER BUILDER Revealed by DeNA

Monster Collectible Battle RPG MONSTER BUILDER Revealed by DeNA

Create, Craft and Train Powerful Monsters to Save the World on iOS and Android

SEOUL, South Korea – With the world under threat by alien monsters, DeNA and developer Nurijoy are giving fans of collectible monster RPGs and intense strategy gameplay the means to defend themselves in the form of an all new free-to-play mobile RPG – Monster Builder. Hopeful players eager to save the world can look forward to the game coming soon to Android devices with an iOS version following.

Monster Builder is a unique take on Monster Collectible Battle RPGs (MCBRPG) as players defend the Earth from alien monsters… with monsters of their own. By mixing monster DNA collected on the battlefield, players can research and train unique creatures with several thousand variations.

Monster Builder features an in-depth counter system that allows players to strategically form custom teams to aggressively fight back against enemies. Teams are based on elemental and monster type countering. Players exercise their strategic skills by choosing exactly when to send out their monsters on to the battlefield and activate their Hero Monsters’ skills to save the world.

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Other awesome features of Monster Builder include:

  • Unique Crafting System – Players can create different allies by mixing Monster DNA in any order to create radically different monsters with several thousand variations of monster types;
  • Deep Counter System – With four elemental types across four monster types to choose from, players pick their teams carefully to effectively fight back with a rock-paper-scissors style of attacking enemies;
  • Powerful Hero Skills – Hero Monsters are more powerful creatures that have powerful and unique skills that players can carefully use to turn the tide in heated battles.

Monster Builder is currently testing in territories around the globe and will be available to download in May in the U.S., first on Android and then iOS.