Update: It has now been announced that My Singing Monsters Playground will launch on Switch on 9th November, and there's even a brand new gameplay trailer (up above) to prove it.
It'll cost $39.99 when it launches in a couple of months' time, and Switch is being treated to a physical version courtesy of Sold Out.
Original Article (Wed 12th May, 2021 19:00 BST): Canadian developer Big Blue Bubble has revealed that My Singing Monsters Playground will be launching on Switch and other systems this November.
The game, unsurprisingly set in the My Singing Monsters universe, will be the first time that the franchise has appeared on home consoles. It's a party game that lets players take control of their favourite Monsters and compete in a tournament of Monster-game madness, all while exploring islands and various locations that fans will already know and love.
There are three different modes on offer and more than 20 party games to play in total; Big Blue Bubble's CEO Damir Slogar says that "we know fans and players alike will love playing as their favourite Monster characters while competing with friends."
Here's a feature list:
- Compete against friends and family in games galore set across the Monster World.
- Take control of some of your favorite characters from the world of My Singing Monsters.
- Team up to take on your competition in 2v2 games or battle it out for solo supremacy in free-for-all matches.
- Play the way you want with friends or solo in three different game modes: Party Tournament, Single Player Gauntlet, or Freeplay!
Switch owners are actually in for an extra treat, with Nintendo's platform being the only one to receive a physical version of the game. It'll be published by Sold Out and should end up looking a little something like this:
Have you played My Singing Monsters on mobile or PC in the past? Any room for another party game in your collection? Strike a chord with us in the comments below.
I played the original My Singing Monsters mobile game a few years ago and actually quite liked it, but I don't exactly have high hopes for this one. Could be good though, you never know.
Where’s the shovel?
Kill them with fire.
Get the gun Billy.
These articles are clearly made for that one person on this site that we all know will be all over this.
@Silly_G Admit it, he's your favourite person on this site.
@N64-ROX : sigh Love is a blind mistress...
@Silly_G - He probably gives it more clicks than anyone else, gotta make that money somehow.
The Mario 3D All-Stars Doom articles are losing the luster.
@Paraka : Those All Stars doom articles got old the day it was released.
@Silly_G - On a personal basis for us, sure.
But can't deny they loved to post one and get all those coming in to share their opinions.
I tried this on my phone and didn't care all that much for it, but that was a time and money sink like Farmville. Depending on how good the games are, I might be interested.
Please no, I loved the OG app.
Storytime! MSM is so important to my musical development and as a gamer. I still play it. Literally the other night I said to my sister, "I would dump any amount of money if they ported it to switch like they did to the vita. (Yes an offline version was on P.S. Vita.) But I doubt it'll ever happen.."
For as huge as the game is to me personally, I cant imagine this party game will be anything to write home about. But I swear if I wont pay and put many hours into the original game WITH ACCOUNTS on switch.
Thank you all you 1 people reading this comment on an article on a mobile game from years ago on a website about nintendo.
Is it suitable for Nintendo switch lite?
Game of the Year ahoy!
Vaguely off topic: Physical release, good! I'm done with digital. A storm knocked out the internet, meh, I'll play a bit of old school shooter Raiden which I'd downloaded. Nope. Apparently, it has to check the Internet before I play a game I paid for. Give me the carts1
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