Socialmon is the Virtual Pet for the Social Media Generation, post on facebook to evolve virtual pets that you can use to battle other Socialmon. Made with love by the dedicated team at Takeout Arcade.
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Socialmon - Evolve virtual pets by being active on facebook

Socialmon is the virtual pet for the social media generation.

How it works is simple, the more you post on facebook the bigger your socialmon grows. Like tamagotchis of old - Socialmon are cute virtual pet monsters that live on your phone. The more one Interacts with their Socialmon or feeds them the happier they are. Do this consistently and your Socialmon will evolve as well as grow.

You can battle other Socialmon to gain gold that can be used to complete quests or purchase Nom packs, containing monster food. Monster food have various hidden effects.

The battle system is simple and is all about hitting the centre of a meter. If you have been feeding your pet you have the option of aiming for the food items to get stat buffs. 

Socialmon is the only virtual pet app that rewards  you for being active on Facebook.

Socialmon is developed by takeoutarcade and is available for both iPhone & Android devices.

A seed-shaped creature, will it grow up to be a plant monster, or a giant potato dude? The answer I have for Doran, is neither. It becomes a proud warrior monster. Many creatures are especially weak-looking in their infancy, and I think nature has always intended such so that they can be nurtured.
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A seed-shaped creature, will it grow up to be a plant monster, or a giant potato dude? The answer I have for Doran, is neither. It becomes a proud warrior monster. Many creatures are especially weak-looking in their infancy, and I think nature has always intended such so that they can be nurtured.

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Romus is based off the firebird, a majestic creature of mythology. We tend to think of the Greek phoenix at the mention of firebirds, but other cultures have an equivalent, such as the Chinese Fenghuang or the Persian Simurgh. I once read a story where the firebird was inspired by an extinct, real life colourful bird that became the symbol of rebirth. But most people prefer the bigger-than-life versions of a story as it is much more exciting and memorable.
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Romus is based off the firebird, a majestic creature of mythology. We tend to think of the Greek phoenix at the mention of firebirds, but other cultures have an equivalent, such as the Chinese Fenghuang or the Persian Simurgh. I once read a story where the firebird was inspired by an extinct, real life colourful bird that became the symbol of rebirth. But most people prefer the bigger-than-life versions of a story as it is much more exciting and memorable.

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A little something I’m working on now! More to come!
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A little something I’m working on now! More to come!

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The Greek Cyclops and ogres from many cultures are quite often lumped together over a long era of mutations in fiction. I gave Yurmo here pale-coloured hair, as one would see in modern Japanese animation works. We live in a time of plenty, where cultures have blended from multiple sources.
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The Greek Cyclops and ogres from many cultures are quite often lumped together over a long era of mutations in fiction. I gave Yurmo here pale-coloured hair, as one would see in modern Japanese animation works. We live in a time of plenty, where cultures have blended from multiple sources.

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Two heads are better than one, three heads are better than two, or so the sayings go. Tatato’s idea explores the many ways to create a multi-headed totem monster. Each head gets smaller in this design, perhaps a different totem monster would be closer to the original wooden ones.
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Two heads are better than one, three heads are better than two, or so the sayings go. Tatato’s idea explores the many ways to create a multi-headed totem monster. Each head gets smaller in this design, perhaps a different totem monster would be closer to the original wooden ones.

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Bochic is directly derived from the mythical cockatrice, a monster that’s basically half-rooster and half-dragon. I’m leaning more towards the chicken elements for Bochic, because cool dragon designs have their own class. Half-dragons should “sell” their own uniqueness.
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Bochic is directly derived from the mythical cockatrice, a monster that’s basically half-rooster and half-dragon. I’m leaning more towards the chicken elements for Bochic, because cool dragon designs have their own class. Half-dragons should “sell” their own uniqueness.

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Everyone wishes to grow up to be a hero of some sort, and Iggle is a monster that’s hero incarnate in concept. Starts off cute and weak-looking, but as it progresses it becomes a much stronger creature. Little does Iggle know, a journey into herodom is less subtle in our real life.
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Everyone wishes to grow up to be a hero of some sort, and Iggle is a monster that’s hero incarnate in concept. Starts off cute and weak-looking, but as it progresses it becomes a much stronger creature. Little does Iggle know, a journey into herodom is less subtle in our real life.

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The idea started out as a little squidly monster, but it soon grew to have many possibilities in its final forms. We tend to see squids and other cephalopods as lowly creatures, but think about it: they’re more ancient than any creatures on land. It’s probably true that humans tend to think of most creatures either as food or enemies.
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The idea started out as a little squidly monster, but it soon grew to have many possibilities in its final forms. We tend to see squids and other cephalopods as lowly creatures, but think about it: they’re more ancient than any creatures on land. It’s probably true that humans tend to think of most creatures either as food or enemies.

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