Mind Candy, the UK-based developer of the children’s free-to-play social online game Moshi Monsters, has announced it has exceeded 15 million registered players at www.moshimonsters.com.
The game, which launched its subscription service just over a year ago, allows children to adopt their own free pet monster to play mini-games, customise their homes, explore the in-game world, and solve educational puzzles.
“The ongoing global growth and success of the game has amazed us,” said Michael Acton Smith, CEO of Mind Candy. “Moshi Monsters has been adding over 150k new players a day and is now one of the fastest growing children’s games in the world.”
To celebrate the landmark announcement, Mind Candy will be staging a “15 Million Monster Party” at the London Aquarium. Hundreds of the game’s most loyal community members will be attending this private glittering “green carpet” Moshi Monsters spectacle to celebrate this incredible achievement.
Moshi Monsters offers a unique combination of adoptable virtual pets, social gameplay and fun educational puzzles that appeal to both children and parents. Within the game, players choose from one of six monsters to customise and nurture.
Once players customise their pet, they then navigate the magical world by solving puzzles that test a variety of skills including basic math, spatial awareness, logic and vocabulary. As players solve puzzles, their pet monsters earn Rox, the in-game currency that can be used to purchase accessories to customise their virtual homes.
Moshi Monsters is free-to-play and provides wholesome fun for parents and children of all ages. To create a free Moshi Monster and enter a world of fun and puzzles, visit www.moshimonsters.com