Bobble Bots Moshi Monsters is a name my girls know all too well. They each have accounts to the online Moshi Monsters virtual world (where they spend lots of time playing). They also have Moshi Monsters bobble bots…and Moshling Zoo DS game.
Just recently the girls and I were invited to host a Bobble Bots Moshi Monsters home party. The girls were so excited when they heard the news. They were even more excited when it came time to invite their friends and have their party. Needless to say, when it did finally happen, they had lots of fun and–as you’d expect–they’re still talking about it today.
The party kit we received was awesome. It had all sorts of Bobble Bots, Monster stores and starter kits. It was a pretty sweet package; just perfect for Patience, Piper and their friends.
If you’re not familiar with Bobble Bots Moshi Monsters; these guys are cute little weird-looking monsters that are not only fun to play with, but also very fun to interact with (virtually).
In the Moshi Monsters virtual world, with mom and dad’s permission, kids can adopt a pet monster (a moshling) to look after. They can also chat with friends, make new friends, play games and solve daily puzzles – all for FREE. Of course there is an option for a paid membership, which gives your child a lot of cool extras, but it’s not mandatory in order to have fun. My opinion–free is always better.
About Moshi Monsters:
The world of Moshi Monsters has been created by Mind Candy, a company that loves developing games and new forms of interactive entertainment. You can learn more about Mind Candy by visiting our website.
The intention when creating Moshi Monsters was to produce a ground breaking new entertainment experience that would be fun, safe and educational for kids of all ages.
Visitors to the site can adopt their very own pet Monster, give it a name and design its color scheme. Each Monster has a lively personality that develops the more it is played with. Monster owners can nurture their pet by solving daily puzzle games to earn Rox, the in-game currency. Rox can be used to buy weird and wonderful things in the virtual shop to keep Monsters healthy and happy. Monster owners can make new friends and connect with existing friends through a wide variety of safe social networking features such as Monster blogs, Newsfeeds, pinboards and buddy lists. They’re hard at work dreaming up all sorts of new features to expand the game play and world of Moshi Monsters. Stay tuned!
Moshlings can be purchased at the Moshi Monsters store, Amazon, Target, Walmart and most other mass retailers (both online and in stores), as can the starter kits and monster stores.
I personally approve of Moshi Monsters for my kids. I think they’re cute looking, fun to play with, easy to learn from toys for kids.
Hosting the Moshi Monsters Party was so much fun. The kids loved the toys, the fun gifts they got online (from entering secret codes), the fun recipes that were made and the fun games that we played. Piper’s favorite part was being able to draw her favorite character, D.J. Quack (he’s a cute one).
In the end–I will definitely consider buying more Moshi Monsters for my kids in the future. I’m actually planning on buying the latest CD: Moshi Monsters Music ROX when it releases later this year.
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Disclosure: I was provided with a Moshi Monsters Party Kit, care of Mom Select & Moshi Monsters. This was not a paid post nor did receiving product influence any ‘positive’ feedback. All thoughts are my own (and those of our guests).