What is it about Moshi Monsters that has captured the imagination of kids the world over? Is it the notion of having your very own virtual monster to take care of, finding the right food for your pet, or just the adorable characteristics of each monster? Whatever the reason, there is no doubt that Moshi Monsters continues to win new fans with its innovative style and marketing ideas. Launched in 2007 as an online virtual pet adoption scheme, the colorful monsters have become a hit with entire families.
Originally, the virtual world lets you choose from six monsters with their unique features and adopt one to look after. Zommers can be fussy eaters while the cat-bunny style Katsukas hardly make a mess when they are eating, and you need to know the habits of your monster really well. You even get to name your monster just like you would with a pet in the real world. It is no wonder, then, that the monsters have crossed over to the physical world and are no longer seen only in the virtual space. Moshi Monsters Pictures show the different monsters and moshlings in their cute getups and attractive colors. Children love cupcake with tiny models of their favorite Moshi Monsters. From giant eggs kept on a public display, to gold tin avatars in limited edition collections, you see Moshi Monsters in different locations and exciting styles. The monsters are fun to make, so you also see pictures where people have handcrafted a monster using everyday items like thread, buttons and glue. The Moshi Monsters world is styled in bright and fun colors that kids can immediately connect with. From oranges to pinks to blues to browns to reds, there is hardly a color of the rainbow you find missing in the world of the monsters. Designed for 6 to 12-year-old kids, the colorful monsters today have fan followings across age groups. Check out these fun pictures.
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