Released in time for the Halloween season, Monster Prom 2: Monster Camp is the sequel to the hit Monster Prom game. In case you did not know, the schtick of this game is that it is a dating sim with teenage monsters and it also has a multiplayer component to it. If you love monsters, great art, and a fun sense of humor in your games you are in for a monster-filled treat with this game.
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The Game Review
If you are a teenage monster, hanging out in the woods is something you have to do right? In Monster Prom 2: Monster Camp, the game is set in a summer camp where you are trying to woo a monster that you like. There is a great selection of monsters for you to try and gain the affection of.
Demons, a monster hunter who is cursed, a witch, and an evil robot are there for you to “chat” to. I love the presentation of this game and it features some truly amazing artwork. It is so good, that my wife saw me playing this and asked it if it was a TV show or based on one. The artwork here has so much personality to it that these monster teens come to life.
While they look great, the writing is also fantastic. This is a dating sim where you will have a smile on your face the whole time. While you pick which monster you like early on, you do get to talk to other folks and this is often hilarious, especially the way they react to you. You have different stats and working on these stats will affect what you can do, talk to, go, and so on.
There is also this strange potion-making aspect to the game. There is this cute little witch cat that can make you potions (drinks) that can help you out. The game has some fun campground locations for you to check out. With the lake, woods, scout HQ, and so on. These are just as fun as the characters themselves.
One of the things that I got a real kick out of with Monster Prom 2: Monster Camp was that even when you failed, you are having fun. There are many different outcomes and dialogue trees in this game and even if you fail with your goal, you will probably still have a smile on your face.
The multiplayer component of the game is something I have not dabbled in yet, but it does sound very interesting. The idea here is that you and a friend are competing for the monster’s affection. The winner is the person who makes all the right moves and manages to get that monster to like them. I think that this is a really neat and fun idea for a dating sim.
Overall, I have had a lot of fun with Monster Prom 2: Monster Camp. The game just oozes personality like monster ooze gross stuff and you will be smiling the whole time you play it. I am not a huge dating sim fan, but this one really managed to win me over with its fantastic presentation, great writing, and its monster cast of characters.
- I liked the different monsters in the game
- It has some of the best art I have ever seen in a dating sim game
- There are many different outcomes
- You can play the game in multiplayer
- It offers a free demo so there is no excuse not to check it out
- I wish there were a few more monsters in the game
- I have not had the chance to see how well the multiplayer works