Summary: When I saw the box, I thought ... "Little Kids Game". Boy was I wrong. If you liked the movie "Igor", then you will love this game. This game is so much fun!! Building each monster part and customizing them from 3 different technologies ( Mechanical, Alchemical, and Biological). Each technology has an advantage over the other, so make monsters from each technology to handle all of your enemies.
Summary: Even though the first impression would turn off almost anyone, this game has a very fun experiment type creature creator and easy, yet fun combat with quirky storyline! The game starts out with you playing the role of a Mad Scientist's Academy's Apprentice and the first of three branches [Mechanical, Biological and Alchemical] the Mechanical one is open and upon somewhat of a "tutorial" it loans you a monster to try out combat, if successful you collect a few...
Summary: What's it about? You play an apprentice to a mad scientist (after replying to a tv ad), a weird Igor-esque but genuinely nice and grows on you. Maybe literally if you get too close to his pincer. Anyways, you perform quests for him to prove your worth, learn, and help the denizens of the local countryside filled with dangerous monsters springing from a mysterious mad scientist. As you beat monsters, challenges and quests, you get parts to build your very own monster.
Summary: I bought this game not knowing too much about it and that can be risky, on this occasion it was worth the buy. It is very addictive and the puzzles are fun and not too hard at the moment but as im going along the battles against the monsters are getting tougher, it looks like a kiddies game and maybe it is but I find it challenging and very good. You have to do some thinking in this game for the puzzles and also strategies while battling.
Summary: Eigentlich hatte ich es mir nur bestellt, weil es günstig war, aber alleine für den russischen Wissenschaftler würde ich es mir wieder kaufen! Monsterlab ist ein lustiges kleines Spiel, was aus vielen einzelnen kleinen Minispielen besteht. Dabei baut man sich seine eigenen Monster zusammen (wobei jedes einzelne Teil durch kleine Minispiele hergestellt wird) und lässt diese dann "Pokemonlike" in der Wildnis gegen andere Monster antreten.