Combining the simplicity of War, with the exciting elements of a dice game, MvM allows players to play an addicting game where loss can be defeated with a lucky dice roll. Each deck was designed to be a 1-2 player experience
"In the middle of the 21st century, a world-wide television company decided to use its newly purchased genetic engineering division to design a new breed of combatants for an Arena based Reality TV show. The scientists chose 10 creatures of legend from around the world, and created these monsters for the show. A Bigfoot, the Wolfman, the Yeti, the Chupacabra, Loch Ness, the Mummy, a Skeleton, a Zombie, Frankenstein, and a Vampire were genetically designed in a lab. Once these monsters were born, they were trained in the habitat from the tales to become the perfect fighting machine. Monsters VS. Monsters is televised live and streamed through the internet in over 130 countries. Even though the show is loved the world over, it still ranks as the 2nd most watched show on the planet."
Combining the simplicity of War, with the exciting elements of a dice game, MvM allows players to play an addicting game where loss can be defeated with a lucky dice roll. Each deck was designed to be a 1-2 player experience.
"I bought this game for my two children (ages 8 and 11), and they haven't been able to stop playing it! They love the dice and I always hear them scream every time one of them rolls their instant kill number! My son Dylan's favorite character is Chupa Libre, and my son Kyle's favorite character is NED. Thank you for creating a game that isn't grand theft auto or halo."
"My daughter told me about this game after she learned about it from a friend at school. At first I was apprehensive to purchase her the game because of the "monsters" aspect, as well as the inclusion of dice. I was always worried about my daughter becoming addicted to the thrill of throwing dice, but after we played a game with her friend, I was hooked. This game is simple, quick to learn, and a blast to play!"
"Matt approached me about presenting Monsters vs Monsters to my after-school program. I could see how excited he was to show the game to some kids, and I allowed him and his girlfriend to come by and play with the kids last Friday afternoon. I was shocked at how quickly the kids learned the rules, and how 15 (usually rambunctious) kids played the card game for almost 2 hours straight. It was amazing to see, and amazing to be a part of the beginning of something so great as this game."