Gabby the Mini Moshifone is an ultra-rare Moshling in the Techies set within the Moshi Monsters franchise. Gabby is a smartphone that utilises their apps and features to aid Monsters and Super Moshis on missions.
The above combination is glitched and thus does not attract Gabby as intended.
Whether they're flashing up funny messages, chatting to friends, playing games, or composing new ringtones, these high-tech dinga-linging Moshlings are always on hand to help Monsters conduct long distance chit-chats. My old friend Elder Furi has told me that they've even been used by Super Moshis on special missions because they are loaded with handy apps, including a Glumpass, a sticktionary and even a powerful laser. Just prod their fancy touchscreens and holler. It's for you-hoo!
Whether they're flashing up funny messages, chatting to friends, playing games, or composing new ringtones. These high-tech dinga-linging Moshlings are always on hand to help monsters conduct long distance chit-chats. Just prod their fancy touchscreens and holler. It's for you hoo!
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In the depths of the mysterious Voltage Vaults, where the atmosphere is electric, you'll find Mini Moshifones recharging their batteries. Loaded with cool apps, these chatty cell phones are always nattering to their buddies and sending funny texts. LOL!
Mini Moshifones also love to compose fancy new ringtones but there's nothing they like better than making calls and helping monsters connect with one another.
Mini Moshifones like to recharge in the electrifying atmosphere of the mysterious Voltage Vaults.
Chatty, tech-savvy, obliging.
Endless chit-chat and 18 month contracts.
Greasy mitts and being dropped.
- Gabby made a cameo in the song Moptop Tweenybop (My Hair's Too Long) along with Roxy and Penny.
- On Gabby's "screen" are seven apps: Moshi Tunes, Glumpass, Gootube, Gabby's Laser, Sicktionary, Monstogram and Cow.
- Gabby features in Series 2 Carte Blanche Plush.
- Gabby seems to talk in chat-speak.
- The heart on Gabby's "screen" changes whenever there is a shift in emotion; for example, when confused, it becomes a question mark.