Posted on 11 January 2013
At a recent ngmoco / Mobage media event, we were introduced to Monster Tracker, an upcoming iOS and Android game from ngmoco’s Holland-based studio Rough Cookie. The game is due to release for free on both platforms sometime this month, but while monster collection games are nothing new, ngmoco’s Clive Downie assures us that Monster Tracker will be the new “Pokemon for the Pokemon generation.”
While full details concerning Monster Tracker’s game play are still under wraps, we do know that the game will allow you to “travel the world, discover monsters, size up the opposition and head into battle.” Each monster has an environmental affiliation that will dominate or suffer when paired up against other elements (think rock, paper, scissors), and we’ll be able to trade creatures with friends to fill out our own personal “monster scrapbooks.”
Collecting new monsters will allow you to unlock new environments and powers, and the game itself will utilize both touch and gesture based game play, allow for pinch-and-zoom and accelerometer based exploration of environments. We’ll make sure to bring you additional news about Monster Tracker as we learn more, so stay tuned!
Posted in Monster Tracker
Posted on 09 October 2012
Monster Tracker Review
Hunt. Battle. Capture!
So you want to be a Monster Tracker, huh?
You’re going to need a steady hand, strong heart, and a squad of powerful monsters. Start your adventure by choosing from Sprinkley, the cute, crystalline-studded tail water dragon, Boulder Bill, a solemn ball of earth, or Houtskool, the gravity-defying fire rock, and then take to the hunting grounds to track down more!
★ We’re Beta! Your experience may change and your feedback is welcome as we continue to improve the game.
★ Battle, capture, and collect dozens of rare & powerful monsters
★ Explore lava caves, rocky crags, serene waterfalls and more!
★ Feed your monster to level up new monsters to unlock new skills and mini-games
★ Complete special Stage Collections and fill your monster Codex
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Meltors, and Frozzbites, and Tororocks, oh my!
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