Cute Monster Games
Start writing a post
Arts Entertainment

Cute Monster Games

Monsters don't always have to be scary!

Cute Monster Games

Horror games are not the only places you'll find monsters in video games. You can raise your own pet monster, date the monster prom queen, and even create your own monster persona in these cute monster games.

1. Monster Prom

Steam description:"You have 3 weeks to get a date for Monster Prom! Go through absurd and funny situations, raise your stats and seduce one of your classmates. Beautiful art, bold, unapologetic dialogue and hard choices make up this Multiplayer (1-4 players) Dating Sim. Be your worst self."

This is your chance to date the fish queen or werewolf or demon of your dreams. Enjoy joking around with these fun high school stereotypes with a new twist to the normal dating simulator. As you choose between going to the library or to gym class, maybe you'll discover some hidden cults, or find out that your animistic boyfriend has some furry fan girls.

2. Monster Seeking Monster

Official description: "Monster Seeking Monster is a dating-themed party game where players send each other secret messages trying to set up dates, and then find out who dated who… and who betrayed who. Did we mention you're also all secretly monsters with different hidden powers? Maybe you get extra points for spreading vampirism. Maybe you gain or lose points depending on whether you date during a full moon. Or maybe, just maybe… you're the scariest thing of all… a ventriloquist puppet."

Monster Seeking Monster is one of the games in Jack Box Party Pack 4. If you are looking for a fun and funny way to flirt with your friends who may turn out to be a witch, zombie, or even serial killer. Chat your way into earning the most hearts by the end of the game, and hope that a twist at the end doesn't leave you heartbroken. There's nothing cuter about a monster than it trying to woo you.

3. Cthulhu Virtual Pet

Google play store description: "Have you ever dreamt of raising a Lovecraftian God from infancy to glorious monsterhood? Whether you're a lifelong Lovecraft fan, or if you don't have a clue what a Lovecraft even is, this is your chance! In this virtual pet game you help Cthulhu evolve from infancy through adulthood from the comfort of your pocket! Gain points in any of the five great mini games, and use them to keep Cthulhu happy, healthy, and well fed. Name your Cthulhu, turn out their light for bedtime, and wake them up to feast! Have fun with this 8 bit retro virtual pet game just like you may have as a child!"

There are plenty of pet simulators online, where you can raise your own dog, or axolotl, or even grow plants. If you are looking for a pet fish, why not go one step deeper and get yourself a virtual underwater otherworldly horrorterror. This game is perfect for anyone that has ever wanted to see the pokemon evolutions of monsters. Who doesn't want to see cthulhu as a baby octopus dragon.

4. Monster Girl Maker

Google play store description: "Ever wanted to create your own cute monster character but didn't know where to start? Lost on what aesthetics they should have, what accessories or hairstyle they could wear? 'Monster Girl Maker' provides you with those tools to create such a character! Monster Girl Maker is a character creator where you can design a variety of portraits using over 500 different parts; skin, eyes, mouth, eyebrows, hair, accessories & clothes. This app allows you to create monsters with slime, stitches, horns, multiple eyes, wings and much more!"

With art by the pastel poltergeist Ghoulkiss, this app that is available on IOS and Andriod is now also available on PC on!

You can finally make the swamp monster girlfriend that you've always wanted. Add extra eyes, horns, gills, stitches, and more. Even create your favorite monsters from other media on this app, and have a newly created cute version of the grudge. The possibilities are endless.

BONUS: Monster High

From left to right: Cleo de Nile, Spectra Vondergeist, Ghoulia Yelps, Frankie Stein, Clawdeen Wolf

Monster High is a large franchise full if games, movies, dolls, and more. It is basically feminist, spooky Barbie. In it, you follow a variety of characters around a high school of monsters. They promote equality, treating others kindly, and lots of other excellent morals.

I have no shame in saying I have both a Ghoulia doll and figurine on my bookshelf, and I am 23 years old.

Not all monsters have to be scary and gory. Instead, they can be silly and gore-geous. Time to turn scary into spooky again, and dare I say it, possibly even spoopy.

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.
Student Life

Waitlisted for a College Class? Here's What to Do!

Dealing with the inevitable realities of college life.

college students waiting in a long line in the hallway

Course registration at college can be a big hassle and is almost never talked about. Classes you want to take fill up before you get a chance to register. You might change your mind about a class you want to take and must struggle to find another class to fit in the same time period. You also have to make sure no classes clash by time. Like I said, it's a big hassle.

This semester, I was waitlisted for two classes. Most people in this situation, especially first years, freak out because they don't know what to do. Here is what you should do when this happens.

Keep Reading...Show less
a man and a woman sitting on the beach in front of the sunset

Whether you met your new love interest online, through mutual friends, or another way entirely, you'll definitely want to know what you're getting into. I mean, really, what's the point in entering a relationship with someone if you don't know whether or not you're compatible on a very basic level?

Consider these 21 questions to ask in the talking stage when getting to know that new guy or girl you just started talking to:

Keep Reading...Show less

Challah vs. Easter Bread: A Delicious Dilemma

Is there really such a difference in Challah bread or Easter Bread?

loaves of challah and easter bread stacked up aside each other, an abundance of food in baskets

Ever since I could remember, it was a treat to receive Easter Bread made by my grandmother. We would only have it once a year and the wait was excruciating. Now that my grandmother has gotten older, she has stopped baking a lot of her recipes that require a lot of hand usage--her traditional Italian baking means no machines. So for the past few years, I have missed enjoying my Easter Bread.

Keep Reading...Show less

Unlocking Lake People's Secrets: 15 Must-Knows!

There's no other place you'd rather be in the summer.

Group of joyful friends sitting in a boat
Haley Harvey

The people that spend their summers at the lake are a unique group of people.

Whether you grew up going to the lake, have only recently started going, or have only been once or twice, you know it takes a certain kind of person to be a lake person. To the long-time lake people, the lake holds a special place in your heart, no matter how dirty the water may look.

Keep Reading...Show less
Student Life

Top 10 Reasons My School Rocks!

Why I Chose a Small School Over a Big University.

man in black long sleeve shirt and black pants walking on white concrete pathway

I was asked so many times why I wanted to go to a small school when a big university is so much better. Don't get me wrong, I'm sure a big university is great but I absolutely love going to a small school. I know that I miss out on big sporting events and having people actually know where it is. I can't even count how many times I've been asked where it is and I know they won't know so I just say "somewhere in the middle of Wisconsin." But, I get to know most people at my school and I know my professors very well. Not to mention, being able to walk to the other side of campus in 5 minutes at a casual walking pace. I am so happy I made the decision to go to school where I did. I love my school and these are just a few reasons why.

Keep Reading...Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments