Well Halloween has been and gone but have you managed to get the 10,000 Ecto Gloops to get the Moshling Hoolio?
By shooting the ghosts in the four haunted houses you can build up 10,000 Ecto Gloops quite quickly, and it’s worth it as the Moshling Hoolio is a cool little character!
Hoolio – Creepy Crooner – Roxstars
Dead good on guitar, Creepy Crooners are the wandering minstrels who love playing mournful mariachi music, especially when there is a full moon. With their colourful make up and snazzy outfits they can often be found in posh Moshi restaurants serenading diners, handing out dead roses and collecting tips in their hats. How romantic!
Don’t forget by completing the haunted houses you will also collect four other moshlings the Screamies!
Glob – Gone-Wrong Blob
The result of a series of failed experiments, Gone-Wrong Blobs are the squishy squashy Moshlings in search of a cure. You see these well-meaning dollops were once monstery professors whose attempts to create a mega Moshling went horribly wrong due to a spelling mistake in a teleporter instruction book.
Marsha – Boggy Swampling
Legand has it that the murky slack Lagoon is contaminated with radioactive gloop. Well how else do you explain the existance of Boggy Swamplings? With their head mounted fins, flappy-flippers and big buggy eyes, it’s the only explanation. Thankfully these slime-guzzling Moshlings are friendly, especially if you’ve got a few dead gutterflies.
Randall – Little Red Riding Wolf
My, what big fangs they have! Indeed, but there’s more to Little Red Riding Wolves than sharp teeth and wild eyes because these howling mad Moshlings harbour a deep secret: they transform into sweet little girlies whenever there’s a full moon. Barking but all the better to see things with!
Jibbly – Dearly-Departed Nibbly
It’s not easy being a debonair high-roller when you can’t resist snacking on fellow Moshlings. Luckily, Dearly-Departed Nibblies only get peckish at night, so they can enjoy spending their days drooling over the finer things in life, such as vintage Wobble-ade, swing music and rancid eyeball roulette.