Interested in the Mushabooms? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve created a My Singing Monsters Mushaboom guide. In this guide, we’ll go in-depth on what they are, and how you can use them. We’ll also provide a mini breeding-guide for them, so stick around for that.
My Singing Monsters is a mobile game based around raising monsters that released in 2012. It’s still in popular demand though, and the community is well and truly alive and thriving. For more information about the game, visit the game’s official website.
If you’re interested in more My Singing Monsters, then check out our My Singing Monsters Breeding Guide and our My Singing Monsters Island tier list. If you’re looking for a new game, check out our Terraria Wings tier list.
My Singing Monsters Mushaboom
We’ll now get into the actual guide. We’ve split the guide up into a few different section so that reading the guide is easier for you.
What Is A Mushaboom?
Considering the game’s ever-growing life-span, the Mushaboom is a fairly recent addition to My Singing Monsters, having come out in 2021. The Mushaboom is a Magical Monster that’s found exclusively over at the Magical Sanctum area of the My Singing Monsters world, and it is a triple-element type.
It’s important that you keep your monsters happy! You can do this by keeping items that your monster likes near them. The Mushaboom likes in no particular order…
- Inverdigus Fern
- Smunkin Patch
- Crumpler Tree
Mushaboom Breeding Guide
You can breed Mushabooms using the combination of the Faerie Element, the Bone Element, and the Light Element. There’s a few different combinations of breeding, and we’ll list them below…
- Rodrick (Bone and Light Elements) + Floot Fly (Faerie Element)
- Knucklehead (Faerie and Light Elements) + Clackula (Bone Element)
- Osstax (Faerie and Bone Elements) + Fluoress (Light Element)
About The Game
My Singing Monsters is a monster-care simulator, where you’ll look after your own pet monsters. Oh, and they sing, too! Raise your monsters, breed them, feed them, but most importantly – listen to them sing. These are singing monsters, afterall.