‘Monster Legends’ is a massively popular collectible monsters game that allows its players to collect and train monsters in order to take part in combat against friends. The monsters grow in size as they level up and players need to provide them with more food and room to stay; pretty basic mechanics, but extremely addictive once you get a proper team going. The genre simply exploded into the market with the advent of smartphones and microtransactions, two signature features of such games. Today, we are looking at a few more titles that have similar mechanics to this incredibly addictive game, but manage to differentiate itself through one way or the other. Here is the list of video games similar to Monster Legends that are our recommendations. You can play these games like Monster Legends on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, iPhone, Android, mac or even online.
8. Merge Dragons
‘Merge Dragons’ is a mobile game that plays very similar to ‘Monster Legends’. It’s a collectible pets game that allows its players to collect and merge dragons in order to create more powerful ones. When you start the game off, you have access to a basic set of dragons which you can use to fill your enclosure. As you progress, you unlock more powerful dragons that you can again merge together. Get the drift? Each time you merge dragons, they get significantly more powerful but also require more resources to take care of them. They also need more space, so keep these two things in mind before you go too crazy merging dragons and then not having anything to feed them.
Now there are different types of dragons that have different abilities, distinguished mostly by color. Merging two dragons together that are compatible to each other will result in a more powerful dragon than the one that is created from the two less compatible dragons. This is the basic cycle of the game. In addition to this, you need to provide your dragons with shelter and food. These are extremely essential and do take a bit of understanding to get to know how to save on these. However, if you are regular to the game and take part in the weekly events, then you won’t run out. But if you are not regular, then it’s a different ball game altogether. It will require you to spend some real cash in order to catch up and this makes it hard for players who are coming back to the game after a brief pause. If you do happen to pick up the game, make sure you are regular at it in order to avoid such circumstances.
7. Tiny Monsters
‘Tiny Monsters’ takes the whole concept of monsters and turns it on its heels. There are no huge winged flying predators in this one; instead, there are cute little furry creatures that fit on your palms. Whoever said monsters are scary should really get their eyes checked, since from where I see it, they are perfectly fine cute little creatures! ‘Tiny Monsters’ also plays very similar to ‘Monster Legends’; just that it replaces the scary monsters for tiny ones. The design for these creatures are pretty good too, something that we don’t really see in these kinds of games.