How to download free Monster Doctor
- Android version
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Review Monster Doctor
Play doctor or dentist on monsters
Author: Jay Feldman
Date: 31 Jul 2014, tested on ASUS Nexus 7 (2013)
Bores you really quickly, low quality graphics, low quality animation
Monster Doctor fro Android is a mediocre version of a very familiar game. Treat monster patients at the dentist’s or doctor’s office. Gee, I guess Obamacare really does cover everyone.
Monster Doctor is a very rudimentary app. Whenever I encounter a 'game' like this, my paranoia kicks in and I have to wonder if there’s something more sinister going on behind the scenes, like data mining or privacy intrusions. Probably this is not the case, but this app must do something, right? Because it certainly doesn't offer much on the game side of things.
The 'game' lets you choose between four ghoulish patients, Mummy, Zombie, Vampire and what is mistakenly referred to as a Snowman but is actually a Yeti. (a.k.a.: the Abominable Snowman.) Just choose your victim – er – patient, then decide if you’re going to play doctor or dentist.
Once in the appropriate office, you’ll see a closeup on the face of your selected monster, and a series of medical tools along the bottom of the screen. Just grab the various tools to perform procedures on your sitting monsters. That’s it; I’m bored just writing about it.
The graphics are solidly mediocre. The animation is crude at best and the music is …ok, I guess; in a benign sorta way.
Monster Doctor, to be clear, sucks. I think it’s true function is not malware, but just an excuse to show users as many popup ads as they possibly can. The biggest game to be played here, is to see if you can exit this app without clicking any of the ads. Good luck, cuz they’re everywhere. I just hope this is pay-per-click so the developers can get their pocket change. Honestly, I can't even recommend it for kids.