Back in 2010, SEE Virtual Worlds announced an MMO where players can run amok as monsters such as the mummy, Frankenstein’s monster, the wolf-man, etc. But BigPoint has one in the works as well called Universal Monsters Online, which is based on – you guessed it – classic monsters from the various movies produced by Universal Studios. The game is going to be a free-to-play, browser MOBA and the developers are now accepting applications for the closed beta. Now you will have two options to play as Gill-Man instead of just one.
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Universal Monsters Online
Bigpoint has announced Universal Monsters Online has entered closed beta, and is now accepting open beta registrations. The free-to-play MOBA pits a cast of monsters into a “winner-take-all” timed gameplay session where two opposing teams are tasked with raiding enemy territory to locate a damsel in distress and returning her to the team’s fortress. During […]