Monster High Games for Girls

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Monster High Games for Girls
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Girls interested in both high-school fashion and iconic monster characters double their fun with Mattel's line of "Monster High" dolls. The "Monster High" franchise spotlights offspring of monsters like Dracula and Frankenstein in clothing, toys and webisodes. Fans have to register for a free account at "Monster High's" official site before they can access the games.

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Casketball Queen

Cleo de Nile steps up for boyfriend Deuce Gordon after he sprains a snake in his hair in "Casketball Queen." Players press the "Left" and "Right" arrow keys as fast as possible to boost their court speed. Pressing the space bar will make Cleo jump toward the casketball net. An airborne Cleo can collect jewels for points and aim for a gold medal before dunking the ball. Players have three chances to score a perfect dunk.

Clawdeen's Cram Fest

Students must pass Clawdeen Wolf their notes so she can study for the Scary Aptitude Test in "Clawdeen's Cram Fest." Players click on nearby students with matching backpacks or desks to pass notes, but a click on a classmate with an open book won't work. The game ends when the teacher, Mr. Where, busts the note-passing students.

Dawn of the Dance

Players create choreography for dancing scream queens in "Dawn of the Dance."

After choosing a dancer, girls click "Start Dancin'" and pick dance moves. Clicking "Oops!" erases a move, while "Watch Your Dance" lets players see their recorded routine.

Freaky Footwork

Coach Clawdeen, Frankie Stein and Lagoona Blue show off their soccer moves in "Freaky Footwork." Girls hit the ball in the air to collect items before time runs out. Players press the "Left" and "Right" arrow keys to move and other keys to hit the ball: "A" is a foot shot, "D" is a knee shot, and "W" is a head shot. Each win moves the player up another level.

Froggie Dash

Lagoona Blue needs help freeing frogs she rescued from Mad Science class in "Froggie Dash." The player uses the directional arrow keys to make the frogs jump on floating objects and leap across obstacles until they can land safely on a toilet. The game ends when the player loses three frog lives.

Ghoul Juice

"Ghoul Juice" takes place in a zombie-potion machine. Players click the screen to drop the ball in the pinball-like machine; players also click the screen to relaunch the ball if it lands in a force field. Hitting special objects give players more points. After completing the game, players access Ghoulia Yelps' secret recipe of ancient zombie potions.

Monster Freakout

Players match "Monster High" cards in "Monster Freakout." Two or more identical cards must be placed next to each other to form a match. Consecutive matches, or matches of three or more cards are worth extra points. The game ends when players run out of moves.

Pom-Pom Panic

Frankie Stein tries out for the Monster High Freak Squad in "Pom-Pom Panic." Girls press the arrow keys to mimic moves and earn extra points for perfectly timed routines. After practice, girls perform at the game-day halftime show, during which perfect steps boost Frankie's "Fear Power." When the "Fear Power" reaches its highest level, players unlock a bonus move.

Take A Quiz

Girls discover which "Monster High" character they're most like in "Take a Quiz." After the quiz, players meet their mentor and receive their class schedule. The schedule can be changed in the "Registration" area, where players can also create a student I.D. card and decorate a locker.

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