Monster High: Ghoul Spirit Player Count and Stats (2023)
Last Updated on: February 6th, 2021
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Monster High: Ghoul Spirit Game Details
Here is pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about Monster High: Ghoul Spirit.
- Game Developer(s):
- Backbone Entertainment
- Game Publisher(s):
- THQ Nordic
- Little Orbit
- Year Released:
- Available Platform(s):
- Nintendo DS
- Number of Players:
- Type(s) of Game:
- Party Video Games
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Monster High: Ghoul Spirit Description
After creating and customizing their own scary-cute avatars, players will be able to hang out with Frankie Stein™, Draculaura™, Clawdeen Wolf™, Lagoona Blue™, Cleo de Nile™ and the entire Monster High student body as they come to the Wii™ and Nintendo DS™/DSi™ game systems. Monsters new to the campus will embrace all their freaky flaws in seven brand-new episodes that have been created especially for the first-ever Monster High video-game experience.
From homeroom to extra-curricular activities, Monster High fans will socialize with students and discover new secrets – and even an all-new character who comes to Monster High for the first time in the video game. As they explore the campus, players will engage in special assignments that let them explore the open-world setting of Monster High. Whether they’re haunting the hallways, practicing their fear-leading, or learning scary new facts in class, their ultimate goal is every ghoul’s dream (or nightmare): to be crowned “Scream Queen” at the Terror Under the Sea Dance.
Different actions and accomplishments will affect their rise to spooky stardom, making Monster High Ghoul Spirit a different experience every time they play on the Wii or Nintendo DS. Immersing themselves in Monster High, they’ll interact with students and teachers from the hub of their very own locker, which they can personalize with stickers and accessories earned throughout the game experience, and even communicate on their own iCoffin™, a smartphone-style device within the game.