During my experience play Monster Lab i was throughly entertained. With over 100 million monster combinations you can create in surprisingly fun mini games, monster lab will keep you building and creating in a sea of endless fun. Monster lab can be very hard, but also very easy. Now i know people always compare games to Cod or battlefield 3, and i honestley do not think any games could be better then them. This is a very unique game, unlike any other i have other played. So stop comparing and give it a try, you will be surprised.
posted by 999love (HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA) Sep 17, 2011
Member since Oct 2006
google gamefaqs find the site & look up the faq's for this game so as to skip the whole guessing combonation thing. and in this game there is alot of forgivness so you won't get stuck in places you cant beat. and don't worry about losing if you do they will give you better parts. and there is always a random chance that things will just go your way realy fun game.
posted by Krow722 (WISCONSIN DELLS, WI) Apr 26, 2010
Member since Oct 2009
I thought this game would be lame but, I was totally wrong. It's like a beginners edition of an RPG. You defeat monsters to find ingredients. You combine the ingredients (through 12 different mini-games) to create parts to build a more powerful monster. The number of ingredients you can collect seems almost endless, as does the parts that you can create with them. Don't expect a very robust storyline though.
I thought this would be a game that I sat down to play for a day and would send back. I played for 2 hours one night - then learned the next day that I was addicted to it. At the very least, you can rent the game...figure out where to buy it later. :)
The downside of it is that it is not a very long game. You're looking at maybe 15-20 hours. However, with the many possible combinations of items, you can replay it a few times, I'm sure.