An Unknown Spaceship crashes on Earth, scattering colorful tiny monsters all over the planet. The crash and their scream for help were overheard by a Boy living in the Mountains. He finds the tiny monsters and listens to their story. These tiny monsters were on a trip around the Galaxy and returning to their home planet “Bibo”. Due to the long tiresome travel, the Captain of the Spaceship fell asleep. The Spaceship loses control and hits a big Asteroid floating on space. Due to the heavy damage their Spaceship crashed. On hearing their story, the boy brings out a plan to unite them and help them get back to their planet. He names them “Bibo Monsters”.
And hence evolved the title of the game as “Bibo Monsters”. Developed by NV Splash, the main objective of this addictive game is to help the Boy in his adventure of finding and uniting the Bibo Monsters. This can be achieved by moving the monsters so as to group all the similar looking ones together and clear the level. Monsters can be moved in the board by swiping them by touch horizontally or vertically so as to move them accordingly. One can swap adjacent monsters with each other as well by swiping in the appropriate direction. Thus, we can see that it somewhat runs along the similar lines as the well-known game “Tetris”. However, there’s a unique knack in Bibo Monsters. In order to complete the level, players have to make a minimum number of moves in uniting similar monsters and clearing the board. This puts the player’s logic and thinking ability to a test. Completing the levels in those minimum number of moves will award the player a Star. A clearance is allowed though, and you may slightly exceed that minimum number, but you won’t achieve a Star for that level. Later on, Stars are required to unlock few levels.
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Bibo Monsters also provides the option of Hints so that players may get a cue so as to which rational move to make to complete the level in those given number of moves. Initially, the levels are too simple and the Hints can easily be disregarded. But later on as the difficulty of the levels increases substantially, Hints do provide an easy alternative so as to carry on with the levels. 10 Hints are provided free of charge to users when they start Bibo Monsters. Upon these getting over, further Hints have to be purchased though. One can use the Hints by touching the Hint icon (Bulb) at the top right corner in the game-play screen. Players can remove hint information, by clicking on the Hint icon on level selection screen and selecting Delete.
Bibo Monsters offers over 180 intuitive levels, distributed over several cities – New York, Delhi, Dubai, Egypt and Shanghai. Toronto is going to be added as well in future updates. The game supports only English currently, but NV Splash is working on adding additional languages in the near future.
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Bibo Monsters is available on both the App Store and Google Play. In the case of Apple devices, it’s compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and the iPad. It requires iOS 5.0 or later. This app is optimized for the iPhone 5, with its perfectly balanced and polished levels fully exploiting the Retina Display for its pixel-perfect graphics. As for Android devices, it supports all Droids running Android version 2.2 and higher.