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In the game, an invasion of ferocious demons has broken the tranquility in the world. Players attempt to restore the peace between monsters and humans by fighting off this evil horde. Players can rally friends on Facebook to help fight especially powerful Dark Monsters, and can strengthen their own monsters by fusing several monsters together.

Additional Monster Paradise features:
- Dynamic player vs. player (PvP) combat using teams of monsters working together
- Over 500 different monsters to capture and strengthen through fusion
- Team up with friends to take down all-powerful Dark Monster bosses that randomly appear at certain times of day
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