Press release

Crush on Halloween Hotties in Monster Prom 2: Monster Camp, Out Now on Steam!

Beautiful Glitch’s maturely immature multiplayer dating sim returns with new characters, features, endings and more

BARCELONA, Spain -- Oct. 23, 2020 -- Indie developer Beautiful Glitch has released Monster Prom 2: Monster Camp! This colorful sequel to the original hit multiplayer dating sim Monster Prom is available today on PC, Mac and Linux via Steam for $11.99, with a special 10% discount available at launch. Steal the affections of a wide cast of paranormal paramours at a totally new summertime haunt bursting with irreverent humor, affectionate artwork and raging monster hormones.

Spend your days hanging out with friends at different parts of the camp, doing activities, deciding how the story will go, and more. When the sun goes down, gather ‘round the campfire, a new system where you can choose who to sit with and who to gossip about. The gossip mechanic lets you spread rumors about other characters or even yourself, opening up new ways to help or sabotage your fellow campers.

Monster Camp features over 50 characters, 350 events, 20 endings and more! Choose your pronouns and pursue whoever you want regardless of your identity, including the series’ first non-binary romance option, the reaper of souls and hearts, Milo Belladonna.

Play on your own or competitively with up to four players in online and local multiplayer, as well as Steam Remote Play Together. You can finish a trip to camp in a single play session, but with tons of characters, events and surprises to discover based on your choices, Monster Camp makes each playthrough a uniquely fun adventure.

For future updates from the Monster Prom series, follow @MonsterProm on Twitter.

About Beautiful Glitch

We're an indie studio based in sunny Barcelona (with collaborators around the globe). Our focus is on narrative-driven games, trying to create characters that make people fall in love. We do our best while embracing the Mediterranean style of always keeping in mind we don't live to work, but work to live.

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