My Singing Monsters is a popular mobile game that lets you collect and breed musical creatures on various islands. The game features a variety of monsters, each with their own unique sounds and personalities. You can mix and match different monsters to create your own symphony of songs.
In this blog post, I will share some tips and tricks on how to play My Singing Monsters, as well as some of the best monsters to have in your collection. Whether you are a beginner or a veteran, you will find something useful in this guide.
Tip #1: Feed your monsters regularly
Feeding your monsters is essential to make them happy and level them up. The higher the level of your monster, the more coins it will produce and the louder it will sing. You can feed your monsters with various types of food, such as bakeries, buffets, or pizza parlors. Each type of food has a different cost and effect on your monster’s happiness and growth.
To feed your monster, simply tap on it and drag the food icon to its mouth. You can also use the feed all button to feed all the monsters on the island at once. Be careful not to overfeed your monsters, as they will get full and refuse to eat more.
Tip #2: Breed new monsters
Breeding new monsters is one of the most fun and rewarding aspects of the game. You can breed new monsters by placing two compatible monsters in the breeding structure on each island. The breeding time will vary depending on the rarity and type of the monsters involved. You can speed up the breeding process by using diamonds, the premium currency of the game.
To breed new monsters, you need to know which combinations work and which ones don’t. You can check the breeding chart in the game’s menu or use online resources such as the My Singing Monsters Wiki or the My Singing Monsters Breeding Guide app. Some of the most popular and powerful monsters to breed are:
- Shugabush: A legendary monster that can be bred by combining a Bowgart and a Clamble. It has a guitar-like sound and can be teleported to its own island, where it can breed with other Shugabushes to create rare variants.
- Wubbox: A robotic monster that can be bought with 75 million coins or 1500 diamonds. It is initially inactive and requires you to box up one of each monster on the island to activate it. It has a dubstep-like sound and can be upgraded to produce more coins and sing louder.
- Ghazt: A rare ethereal monster that can be bred by combining any two triple-element monsters with a 1% chance. It has a ghostly sound and can be teleported to the ethereal island, where it can breed with other ethereals to create more rare variants.
Tip #3: Decorate your islands
Decorating your islands is not only aesthetically pleasing, but also beneficial for your monsters. Different decorations have different effects on your monsters’ happiness, which in turn affects their coin production and singing volume. You can buy decorations with coins or diamonds, or win them from various events and activities in the game.
To decorate your islands, simply tap on the market icon and select the decorations tab. You can choose from various categories such as trees, rocks, structures, or seasonal items. You can also use the edit mode to move, rotate, or delete your decorations as you wish.
Some of the best decorations to have on your islands are:
- Unity Tree: A large tree that increases the happiness of all monsters on the island by 25%. It costs 5000 diamonds and can only be bought once per account.
- Maximum Mine: A mine that produces 2 diamonds every 12 hours. It costs 500 diamonds and can only be bought once per island.
- Hotel: A structure that allows you to store up to 40 monsters on each island. It costs 10 million coins or 100 diamonds and can be upgraded to store more monsters.
I hope you enjoyed this blog post and learned something new about My Singing Monsters. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below. Happy playing!