Monster Warrior

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Chris Morris, Common Sense Media
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Very cartoonish violence in Fruit Ninja-like slicing app.

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Ease of Play

All you need to do is swipe your finger across the screen. Of course, there's an element of skill as well. Players get bonuses for combos -- and, in one gameplay mode, can't accidentally attack a bunny more than three times. 

Violence & Scariness

Using your fingers as a sword, you'll slice through monsters as they appear on screen. It's all very cartoonish, though, and there is no blood or suffering. The app also features spooky music. 

Sexy Stuff

A link from the main menu shows other games by the developer. Users are encouraged to post scores on Facebook and rewarded with a new monster type.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Monster Warriors is essentially a monster-filled version of the app standard Fruit Ninja. Players use their fingers to "slice" monsters that are tossed in the air, cutting them in half. There's no blood or suffering shown, though, and the violent aspects of the game are very minimal. Users are also encouraged to post scores on Facebook and rewarded with a new monster type. Users can share high scores via the Game Center social network, but participation is optional.

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Is it any good?

MONSTER WARRIORS makes no real effort to break new ground. It's a proud Fruit Ninja clone, but that doesn't make it a bad game. Filled with monsters (that aren't the least bit scary), it's a nice seasonal take on the app store standard that doesn't lose any of the fun factor. Like its inspiration, it's a game you want to keep playing to beat your previous score. And with four different game modes, there's plenty to keep you coming back. 

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For kids who love arcade games and spooky games

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