Meet the monster super power family – A sweet story with awesome games & special effects! Hatch a baby monster & help him discover his super power, play with fun monsters! Amazing activities, dress up, puzzles & cool sound effects!

A friendly and furry baby blue monster named Ethan is about to be born into a family with sensational super powers! In this empowering story, kids will learn that the greatest power is actually within themselves to make anything happen. But first, a baby monster needs to be hatched! Tap the shell until the egg cracks and meet adorable baby Ethan and his family of friendly monsters.

Ethan’s dad has a super power of disguise – kids will dress up dad in cool armor, camouflage, football uniforms and more. Change the color of dad’s fur and watch him transform. Ethan’s mom is a pretty, pink monster who can fly. Kids will meet Uncle Joe who can run crazy fast, sister Melinda can make music out of anything, while cousin Sam can move metal. Kids will interact with these monsters to see the super powers in action.

In this cool story with incredible graphics and dozens of interactive elements, Ethan feels sad that he doesn’t seem to have a super power of his own. He’s in math class at monster school and wishes his dad was there when all of a sudden his dad appears! Ethan realizes his special super power is thinking super hard and then he can make things happen. He uses his special brain powers all over town from the store to the playground and discovers that his unique power is actually himself.

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