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@MonsterHigh App review


Hey Ghouls & Mansters! Just had to keep you up on another new deet! Monster High now has an APP! Oh my ghoul, it is creeperifric and here is your official launch! And don’t forget to follow Monster High on Youtube!

Welcome to the halls of Monster High, where the teenage children of legendary monsters are free to rock their own freaky-fab styles! In this official Monster High app, you can explore school hallways with your favorite guys and ghouls!

Now to the clawsome features!!!

Welcome to the halls of monster high, where the children teenagers of the legendary monsters are free to show their own styles strangers and fabulous! In this official app of monster high you can explore the corridors of the school with your monsters favcorites.

1. You will be able to know more about your favorite characters from monster high, including frankie stein™, clawdeen wolf™ and draculaura™.
2. Put on a day with the webisodes  of monster high, trailers of films and music videos.
3. Upload your own photos or uses pictures of monster high for projects and create Collages, grisly photos.
4. Put to the test your skills in the hall of games with new mini games available only in the application.
5. Dance like a monster with your favorite songs from monster high.
6. Create a virtual platform to show the dolls you already have or make a list of dolls you still want.

Breaking News: Monster High’s first official Game app

Fans of Mattel’s Monster High dolls now have a new way to interact with their favorite friends, which were inspired by monster movies and historical figures. Monster High: Ghouls and Jewels is now available on iOS, and takes players to Monster High as the new ghoul in school.
Developed by BluBox Games, Ghouls and Jewels is a match-three puzzle game which focuses just as much on scarily fantastic fashion as it does on completing levels.
In each of the game’s 100+ levels, players are asked to swap symbols to make matches of three or more. When creating special matches, like those in T or L shapes, players activate boosters on the board. Some may clear symbols in a diagonal line, while others detonate to clear a square section of symbols from the board.
SS01_iP5_ENGAfter each stage, players are given a star rating relating to their points total on the level. Players can replay stages to increase their high scores and earn more stars, as well as coins, which appear on random symbols on the board.
While free to earn, these coins are relatively rare, and are spent on new clothing items in the game’s “Maul” store. Depending on the clothing item, these can add bonuses to a level’s final score.
Elsewhere, players can purchase pets for power-ups during levels. One pet may clear any symbol chosen by the player, while another allows for swapping any two pieces on the board, even if the move doesn’t result in a match.
“Monster High has a wide variety of ways for fans to interact with its characters, but Mattel came to us because they wanted a mobile game experience different from anything else currently out there,” said Philippe Erwin, CEO of BluBox Games.
“We’ve merged the brand’s unique twist with familiar match-three gameplay in Ghouls and Jewels, and think the result will not only entertain current fans, but expand the Monster High consumer base to completely new audiences.”
Monster High: Ghouls and Jewels is available to download for free on iOS, and is coming soon to Android devices. The game is scheduled for future monthly updates, and rewards players each day for returning to the game. Check back soon to follow Ghouls and Jewels on AppData, our tracking service for mobile and social apps and developers.