One of eight different colorful characters will be found in each kids' lunch (or dinner), which the two companies hope will inspire kids to try and collect them all. Well, either that or bug their parents to. Kids will enjoy plasticized versions of characters beloved by the game's 70 million registered players, like Katsuma, Poppet, IGGY and more.
Three days in the world of Monstro City, the tikes in your life can create their own character and nurture it through taking on a few puzzle challenges, solving Super Moshi Missions and personalizing their monster's living space. Between this and a top-selling kids magazine in the UK, a top-five album, trading cards--and not to mention a character that drew the ire of none other than Lady Gaga--it's safe to say that Moshi Monsters have "arrived".
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