Monster Train is looking back at its past, trying to shake things up a bit. And in so doing, it’s looking to shake things up again. You play as Billy, and Billy is responsible for carrying you on the high-speed adventure of your life. You’ll help Billy go through some rough seas and meet some interesting new friends along the way. You will die a lot.
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Monster Train was ahead of its time, a match that had all the right ideas to make it fun. It had neat little physics-based interaction which made for an enjoyable experience. Its engine burns with a violent blend of the Spire’s finest concepts and its, well, engine, and it is steaming away into the annals of video game history.
Now, however, it’s outdated. It’s been replaced by yet another game that, similar to Potter and Gates, was ahead of its time. However, the concept is still pretty cool, and I love to imagine what Monster Train would look like if it had been around throughout the ’90s. In this game you travel through a post-apocalyptic world, armed only with a rusty metal bag.
You have a simple set of tools available (like shovels), and you must find your way through many different crazy cities and towns, fight off monsters, eat enough food to gain energy, avoid obstacles and generally just endure.
The thing that separates this game from others that are in the same genre is the sense of experience. Monster Train is far more terror than a regular Mario or Zelda game. For a game about travelling through a post-apocalyptic world, it sure does put a few twists to the normal formula. That having been said, I don’t think that this is a game that will make you feel as if you’ve escaped a zombie-ridden, post-apocalyptic universe. However, it is definitely a lot of fun, and it is well worth a second look for fans of the first Monster Kid series.
Monster Kid has always had a strong fan base. This game is the follow up to the popular kid’s game of the same title, called Monster Minx. Both these games are really popular, but Monster Train has always been on the edge of being a classic. This new release sounds like it might push that bar a bit further.
If you like the concept of playing Monster Kid in a scary, dark environment, this is the game for you. However, if you enjoy games that are more action-based, you’re probably not going to enjoy playing them. That being said, there isn’t any doubt that this game plays like the arcade-style games which we’re accustomed to.
You can tell that this game was made to make children laugh, which is critical because, at some time in their lives, all kids want to make other kids laugh.
For those who have a few minutes, you should definitely check out this Monster Train review to find out if you want it.