Actually, you know there are already many games out there with real monsters so in this short space and time; we’ll be focusing on just one theme. It’s a good selection because it just happens to be a firm favorite among millions of people, young and old, from around the world. Today, many of those monsters that people never really should have feared before are no longer in existence. They are, quite frankly, extinct. Here yesterday, gone today. No more, finished, nada. And what lead to these great creatures of the wild’s downfall?
Well, mankind of course. And they say that’s the real monster that people should fear. In fact, you can ask the kids about them because many of them are playing mobile games around this very problem. It’s called war games in case you didn’t know. And today, wars are really being fought all around the world for all kinds of stupendous reasons. Now, once upon a time, many millions of years ago, there was one series of monsters you really had to fear. These were your giant, jaw snapping dinosaurs. Mankind, of course, did not bring about its demise.
It was a giant meteorite, and they say there could be another one on its way. So, you’d better watch out for that monster. Go to www.alcornocales.org/ and scratch around for a bit and you might be able to find a few far out of space games for you to practice for when Armageddon arrives. But if you like the four legged monsters of planet earth and you like history, become a Jurassic Park Builder. If you’ve seen all of the movies a hundred times over then maybe you can tell your fellow gamers that, guess what, the real monster in this game was not T Rex but the crazy science guy who built the parks in the first place.
Just what was he thinking when he decided to bring all these scary monsters back to life. Anyway, this sure is a great science project of sorts for the youngsters still at school. With so many tools to play around with on their mobiles they get to learn how to splice DNA and work on construction sites to create the perfect theme park for, dare we say, families to visit.