MonsTECA Corral – Monsters VS. Robots

The annual Stompy migration is on the move, only you can save them from the evil robots.

Monsteca Corral is a fast paced fun Action Strategy Puzzle game in the same genre as Pikmin and Lemmings.

You control a herd of Stompies, cute and not so bright Monsters who, once activated, never stop running. It is your job to accumulate and guide them successfully through each level.

You take the role of a Monster Herder, flying above them and saving them from the dangers of their changing environment and the ever growing ominous robot population.

As your Stompies run through each level, you guide them towards ‘Energy orb’ bonuses that are scattered throughout the habitat, these will increase the communal power of the herd.
As Herder, you can:

  • Use the Wii remote to create deviation paths that block off dangerous routes for Stompies.
  • Use the Wii remote to allow Stompies to follow a route.
  • Use the Wii remote to allow Stompies to split and form a sub group.
  • Use the Wii remote to help Stompies damage the robot environment.
  • Use the Wii remote to make your Stompies jump and shake and sing.

As additional levels arise, the game emerges as a cross-country running game with Stompies migrating through the different and ever changing environments of the Monsteca World: Stomping through Desert, Open Plains, Wooded Highlands, Forest, Wetlands and City in their bid to make it home safely.

Gather your Stompies

Stompies start a level spread out across the landscape, its your job to gather them into a force to be reckoned with and get them working together as a herd. All the time being aware of the Sentry Robots and Imposters trying to halt your progress.
Plan your route accross the landscape

Flying above the herd the whole level can be observed and routes defined/adjusted.
Stop the Robots altering terrain

The Digger Bots will flatten areas to prepare them for buildings, if thrown in the water by a group of Stompies another robot must come and fish them out, wasting the Robot’s time and slowing the growth of cities.
Robots hate water

Having your gang of Stompies go for a swim means the robots won’t follow.
Knock down some Robot buildings

The Stompies can run at a building and attack it, the more charged your group is the easier it is to damage. Different type buildings vary in strength.
Wake up an Astro-maggot and fly on to the next stage

Giant space-travelling maggots live under the ground, fully charged Stompies can summon them up above the surface so the herd can jump on their backs or attach themselves on strings of mucus to escape to the next part of their journey.