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Monsters Menace America


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  • For 2-4 players
  • For ages 12+
  • Playing time: 90 minutes
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 10.5 x 3 inches ; 3.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007Z2KAQ
  • Item model number: MLB96874
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #279,967 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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As a giant monster, stomping cities is what you do. But now, other giant monsters are moving in on your turf...and you have to put a stop to that. Through a bizarre twist of fate, a branch of the military has fallen under your control, ready to attack the other monsters. While your rivals are busy trampling tanks and swatting fighter jets, you'll be out there growing in power and infamy getting ready for the Monster Challenge. In the end, when the dust settles and the radiation fades, the last creature standing will be crowned King of the Giant Monsters

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Giant Monsters are invading! As a giant monster, stomping cities is what you do. But now, other giant monsters are moving in on your turf - and you have to put a stop to that! Through a bizarre twist of fate, a branch of the military has decided to focus all its firepower on the other monsters. While your rivals are busy trampling tanks and swatting fighter jets, you'll be out there growing in power and infamy - getting ready for the Monster Challenge. In the end, when the dust settles and the radiation fades, the last creature standing will be crowned King of the Giant Monsters. Game comes with 6 Plastic Giant Monsters, 44 Plastic Military Units, 16 Monster Mutation Cards, 16 Military Research Cards, 15 Plastic Sliders, 65 Tokens, 3 Dice, 13 Reference Cards, 1 Game Board, and 1 Rulebook. For 2 - 4 Players, Ages 12 and Up.

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Brian Dowrick on March 16, 2006
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I can not say enough good things about this game.

It's super fun for all ages. I bought this game for my nephews and they actually put down their PSPs to play it!

I play against my girlfriend some times, but my friends have also begun to take interest in it. You have a map

of America, with cities and other bonus spaces on it. You have a monster (one of 6 to choose from) from the

classic 1950's monster films. You also get one of the 4 Branches of Military. After playing once, it gets addictive.

It requires luck of dice rolling, strategy of Military movement (you only get 8 units for each Branch), and

trash talking to get other players to go after another player's monster instead of yours.

At the end of the "regular" game (which is Monsters Vs. Military) you go Monster Vs. Monster in an

all out monster battle, to see who is the most powerful monster!

Kicks butt.

Get this game.

My only complaint is it is only for 4 players. We use the National Guard as a 5th player if we have more people.

There are 6 monsters to choose from, only 4 (not counting National guard) military branches.

The other games my friends, nephews, etc. like to play is called Dread Pirate. Get that as well. Simple and fun.

And it's got Pirates in it, so.... good choice.

If you like this game, then you will like War of the Monsters PS2, and

Destroy All Humans PS2
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Justin Playfair on May 11, 2005
To any fan of Avalon Hill, August 8, 1998 is the true day of infamy! This game, previously known as "Monsters Ravage America" was a late Avalon Hill product before their demise and not too many people acquired it because it's existence was unknown. To the few who were able to get a copy, you know who you are! This is a VERY ENTERTAINING game in the best spirit of Gigantic Monster Movie FUN. The rules have been simplified, but the essential plan of the game is the same. You have monsters that look like Godzilla, King Kong, The Deadly Mantis, The Smog Monster, A giant lobster man ala' "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea", and a BIG EYE. All have certain powers and can go hollywood if they run out of strength..and in the best spirit of monster movies can DISAPPEAR suddenly and return at a later time to set a new path of terror and destruction. You get the usual set of hapless Army, Navy, National Guard and Marines unloading thousands of rounds of ammo to bring down the beasts by using massed attacks. It sometimes works but the monsters can always go hollywood until they get their vitality back! The scene of disaster is AMERICA, not JAPAN. I would venture to say this is to the great relief of that previously ravaged country. Your creature may mutate at Three Mile Island and become something different entirely and the game ends with a "Carnival of Monsters" contest to duke it out and see who's the greatest. A great game and unlike other "war" games of the era, FUN.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mojo Jojo on June 24, 2005
As a fan of giant monsters (or "Kaiju" as we fanboys like to call them), I've always yearned for a good strategy board game that captures the kaiju feel. Well, finally, here it is.

MMA is actually a revision of an older game "Monsters Ravage America". I liked that game a lot, but this one has streamlined the play without losing anything in the process. There's also a lot less counters to keep track of, which is so much more convenient.

Game play is deceptively simple. Each player gets a monster and a military branch. Your goal is to make your monster as powerful as possible by stomping cities, military bases, famous landmarks, etc, and maybe stopping by a toxic waste dump to pick up a handy dandy mutation. Meanwhile, you use your military units to harrass and weaken your opponent's monsters. After a certain number of cities have been stomped, it's time for the monster showdown, where one victor will be crowned King of the Monsters.

Presentation is colorful and fun. There's enough strategy for multiple plays and enough luck to keep it interesting. If you love Kaiju like I love Kaiju, I highly recommend this game.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P on April 25, 2012
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It's really just a lot of dice rolling and luck. The pieces are nice plastic and the theme of monsters rampaging the country is fun...but it just doesn't make for a fun play.
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