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  • Summary: Moshi Monsters: Moshlings Theme Park, developed by Black Lantern Studios, invites players to restore the legendary Moshi theme park to its former glory. Players progressively unlock six zones by successfully building attractions and rescuing the scattered Moshlings (adorable, itty bitty pets for your pet monster). Users of the Nintendo 3DS can also interact with other Nintendo 3DS players via the StreetPass feature and play cool games to bring the Moshlings to life in a whole new dimension. Moshi Monsters: Moshlings Theme Park marks the first time fans can interact with beloved characters via 3D technology and introduces players to a brand new, exclusive Moshling that can transfer across platforms to the online world. Expand
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  1. Nov 19, 2012
    If you're looking for a serious Theme Park Creator, unfortunately Moshi Monsters - Moshlings Theme Park is not that game but if you're a younger gamer looking for a collection of good to mediocre mini-games, than this may be your solution. Also, as the game is targeted at the younger gamer, the value for gameplay feels just right. Unfortunately the title is a little too repetitive for my liking however.
  2. 55
    For a game targeted at kids, Theme Park is pretty easy. The game's overly simple concepts shouldn't present a challenge for players of any age. A six-year-old will breeze through this game; a 12-year-old shouldn't even bother. The game provides a lot to do, but should only occupy those who can stand its repetitiveness. The 3DS has plenty of great kid-appropriate games, but this is not one.
  3. Dec 27, 2012
    Sometimes licensed games made for younger players can surprise us, and exceed our expectations. Sadly, this is not one of those times.
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  1. May 16, 2014
    My original review was based on the fact that it seemed like a DS port. I didn't realise I was actually given a DS game in a 3DS case. So I'm correcting that.

    Made up of small mini games, no real substance to it. But it's probably good enough for young children.