Monster Quest: Seven Sins is an advanced monster-collection RPG for the iOS and Android platforms where you not only fight against the enemies, but you also collect a type of monster called Yabi, who can fight for you as well. You can play in single-player and multi-player action, completing loads of main quests and side quests.
All of those quests lead to all sorts of rewards, but you can earn some even more rare rewards by exchanging pack redeem codes for goodies. Pack redeem codes are codes that are given out by the developer as a reward for loyal players or as a promotion to get new players.
Read on for a list of pack redeem codes, how to find more of them, and how to use them in Monster Quest: Seven Sins!
The method of redeeming the code is different depending on what platform you’re playing on. If you are using a Android device or emulator, then all you have to do is get to the point in the tutorial where you’re allowed to tap other buttons besides the ones that they’re telling you to. Once you do that, go to the settings, and then tap “pack Redeem“.
Things get a little more complicated if you are playing the game on iOS. There is no redemption method built into the iOS version of the game, but it still possible to redeem your codes. The first step is to log into the game, and then buying your account before you choose your character.
Once you do that, you will be able to log onto the same account using a different device. Either use an Android device or an Android emulator, log into your account, then redeem the code, and you will be able to get your prize on the iOS platform.
So where do you find more of these codes? There are a ton of sources to look at, including the download page for the game itself on the Apple App Store or on Google Play. Go to the review page, look through all of the most recent reviews, and then see if anybody has included a code with the review that they have posted.
The next place to work should be on the official social media channels and pages for the game. Look on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or whatever social media page is more popular in your country for the best chance at finding codes.
Be sure to check all the social media pages, not just one of them, because a frequent reason for the devs to give away codes is in exchange for meeting a subscriber milestone. If a subscriber milestone is met on Facebook, for example, then they will probably give away the code on Facebook, but not on Instagram.
Check the Subreddit for the game to see if any players have posted codes that they found. Usually, if a player finds a code and doesn’t see it posted anywhere, they’re going to put it here first. Be sure to also post any codes that you find here, or on a review in one of the app stores.
Whenever you find a Discord chat link for this game, take The invite and then join the chat. Searched through all of the channels to look for any posts relating the codes. Better yet, use the search function to search the entire channel for any post or message that contains codes.
Videos are often great sources for codes for games like use. Twitch and YouTube are the biggest video and streaming sites on the web, especially for gamers, so be sure to check them for videos containing codes for this game. Developers love to share Codes with video content creators, because they’re a very fast way to grow the audience of the game.
Right now, there are a few codes available for this game. Two of them are universal, and one of the only available codes for this game is hidden behind a QR code, and that QR code can only be scanned using the Android app QooApp. The link for the code is here:
The currently available universal codes are:
Be sure to keep checking back to this page, because as more codes come out for the game, we will certainly add them!