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Below are some games you can check out with your kids to bring the battle to your home! The Starter Game is a 2-player game is designed for Monsuno™ beginners and helps teach techniques that will be valuable in Basic and Intermediate game play. The Solo Training Game helps kids practice their Monsuno™ Core launching and aiming skills!

Starter Game

This 2-player game is designed for Monsuno™ beginners and helps teach techniques that will be valuable in Basic and Intermediate game play.


Object of the Game:

Hit the opposing player’s Core to gain points. The first player to gain 5 points wins!

Setup:

Both players prepare to launch their Cores. Load figures inside Cores and set Cores in the unlocked position. Players should be about 16 inches (40 cm) away from each other. The area between players is the battlefield.

Prepare:

Start by deciding who is the Attacker and who is the Defender. The youngest player Attacks first.

Step 1:

Defender launches their Core into the battlefield. The Core should spin near the center of the battlefield.

Step 2:

Once the Defender’s Core is spinning inside the battlefield, the Attacker aims and launches their Core with the goal of hitting the Defender’s Core.

Step 3:

Calculate Points based on the below outcomes. You must be the Attacker to gain points.

  1. Cores miss each other (do not hit) = 1 chance to try again. If miss again, no points are gained.

  2. Cores hit and NO Monsuno™ Figure is released = 1 point

  3. Cores hit and 1 or more Monsuno™ Figure are released = 1 point for each figure that is released (maximum of 2 points).

Also see:
How to Play - Intermediate
How to Play - Advanced

Solo Training Game

Target Practice

1. Setup Target: Place opposing Core 12 inches (30 cm) from your desired launch area.

2. Prepare: Position your Monsuno™ Core and aim at opposing Core.

3. Launch: Press down on your Monsuno™ Core to launch it into a spin with the goal of hitting the opposing Core.

TIPS:

If you only have 1 Monsuno™ Core, use your Monsuno™ figure as the target. Try placing the target at different distances (both close and far) to improve targeting skills.

Distance Training:

1. Setup Distance: Place opposing Core 12 inches (30 cm) from your desired launch area to act as a distance marker.

2. Prepare: Position your Monsuno™ Core and aim at opposing Core.

3. Launch: Press down on your Monsuno™ Core to launch it into a spin with the goal of getting as close to the opposing Core as you can WITHOUT hitting it.

TIPS:

• If you only have 1 Monsuno™ Core, use your Monsuno™ figure as the distance marker. • Try placing the target at different distances (both close and far) to improve launch distance control skills.

Launch Technique:

Try different Monsuno™ launch techniques for various types of control:

- Single Finger (index finger),
- 2 Finger (index and pointer fingers),
- Thumb, and
- 4 Finger Slap (without thumb).

Choose your favorite and master your skills!

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The Monsuno Story

65 MILLION YEARS AGO...

Meteors fell to the planet. These meteors carried LIFE – in the form of powerful, chaotic, uncontrollable genetic material.

This was MONSUNO; origins unknown, but catastrophically destructive to the planet’s prehistoric population. As the dinosaurs perished, the uninvited Monsuno essence fell instinctively dormant – and over millions of years, dropped deeper and deeper below the planet’s surface.. Until TODAY.

When a potent energy source is discovered in the K-layers of the planet, scientist Jeredy Suno believes he’s struck a solution to the ever-mounting energy crisis. What he doesn’t know – this green energy source is a ticking time bomb.

Can it be controlled?

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