Pixelberry’s Monster High @ High School Story is a new take on the company’s popular high school simulator for iOS and Android devices, as it adds the characters of Monster High and some “all-new exclusive stories.” You can add them to your high school, and do all the things you can do in the standard High School Story, such as throwing parties, going on dates, and recruiting all sorts of high school archetypes – the nerds, the jocks, the cheerleaders, and more. You can also take on your rival high school in the game’s storyline and customize your character and your clique.
You’re probably wondering how you can unlock these Monster High characters. We’re here to help, as the following list of Monster High @ High School Story tips and tricks will tell you exactly how to do it.
1. Pay If You Want Them Right Away
If you haven’t completed the tutorial, there is an option to unlock all the Monster High characters ASAP. Unfortunately, that involves real money and an in-app purchase; Draculaura is priced at $3.99, while Clawdeen Wolf, Cleo De Nile, and Frankie Stein all cost $4.99 apiece. Currently, Ghoulia Yelps and Lagoona Blue are not yet available, but should be in the coming weeks.
2. Buy A Monster High Hangout
Yes, this is another tip involving real money, but if you’ve got ten dollars to spare, you can buy a Monster High hangout. You don’t need to own one of the Monster High students to do this; all you have to do is place the hangout wherever there is space, and the Monster High girls will go into these hangouts.
3. Complete Monster High Quests
Fortunately, for those who aren’t willing to make in-app purchases, there is a way to unlock the Monster High characters without IAPs. You can complete a series of Monster High quests, and there’s a chance you can unlock them as a reward. At the moment, no one has completed all those quests, so it’s not sure how likely it is for users to win a Monster High character by doing so.