Antoine Bauza’s Monster Chase is a concentration and memory game for children by Antoine Bauza and developed by Snowed In Studios. In the game, you are tasked with ridding your room of scary monsters that have come out at night to scare you. You are not defenseless however as these monsters seem to be scared of certain toys you have hidden around your room. You see, each monster that appears is scared of a certain toy. Toys are hidden throughout your room and you must discover which toy is hidden where and use them against your scary foes.
The game itself is not a very hard game to pick up and not hard at all to learn how to play. There’s an easy to follow tutorial on how to play the game and once you get the basics down, it’s just a matter of discovering what toys lay hidden where and then remembering where they are and which monster to use them on. It’s basically like a regular game of memory but with a little twist where you’re already given what one of the pairs would be. You just need to find the matching one.
Each monster has a meter that gets filled when you guess incorrectly. If the meter fills up, another monster will appear. Guess wrong on that one too and fill up the meter and another monster will also appear. If 4 monsters on the screen, it’s game over. If you guess write though, the monster will disappear and reset the gauge on the previous monsters. If you’re good at memory games, you should have no problem completing each game without making all the monsters appear at once.
There are 6 modes included in the game that help extend the playability of it. Not only that, you can also play with up to 4 players with each player passing the iPhone to the next after each turn.
Overall, Monster Chase is a fun take on the classic memory game that children should find very fun and enjoyable. The graphics are good, the concept is unique, and Monster Chase will really help improve yours and your children’s memory skills.
Monster Chase is an exciting way for kids to increase concentration and memory as well as improve cognitive ability. The best part — IT’S FUN!
The rules are simple; just find the corresponding object to the monster in your room to chase it away. Open boxes and doors by tapping them, but remember what’s inside! Each wrong guess adds to the Monster Meter, and more monsters appear if you don’t find the item in three tries.
A game for kids, but grown-ups might find it hard to keep up with their kids’ scores!
-Simple and user-friendly interface that is easy to play
-5 game modes to choose from for hours of fun
-Local multiplayer mode so you can play with friends and family
-Colorful artwork designed for kid ages 4-9
-Available in English, French, and German
-Increases concentration and memory
-Helps to develop cognitive ability
-Enhances reasoning skills
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Developed by Snowed In Studios in partnership with Le Scorpion Masqué.
[via App Store]
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