Check out the complete Coromon Walkthrough and Game Guide here, including a list of all Coromon you can find in the game.
Coromon is a JRPG that follows the classic monster-taming gameplay experience that makes these games super addictive. The game was first conceived of in 2014 and has finally come to fruition with a release on Steam (PC) and Nintendo Switch (delayed). The game is released on March 31st 2022.
The game has a unique pixelated art-style reminiscent of classic JRPG games, combined with elements of finding different creatures, solving puzzles and other RPG elements that make the game highly addicting.
The game provides a single-player story, alongside online PvP and cross-platform multiplayer components.
There are 114 different Coromon to find in the game, customizable characters and plenty of in-depth mechanics that'll make you play Coromon for hours on end.
Check out our Coromon Review to see if you should play this game!
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Coromon Complete Walkthrough
This guide is currently in-progress and will be updated over-time. Check back for new articles and updates!
- Choose Your Starter - Part 1
- Hayville - Part 2
- Thunderous Cave - Part 3
- Voltgar and the Power Tower - Part 4
- Soggy Swamp - Part 5
- Pawbury and Titan Illuginn - Part 6
- Wostin Desert and The Scorching Desert - Part 7
- Darudic - Part 8
- Pyramid Of Sart - Part 9
- Vermeer Grotto - Part 10
- Dojo Grounds - Part 11
- Mount Muspel and Titan Hozai - Part 12
- Fresia Pass - Part 13
- Frozen Cavern - Titan Vorst - Part 14
- Ruins Of Xiqun - Ending - Part 15
- Secrets and Missables
- All Coromon
- All Coromon Skills
- All Coromon Traits
- Coromon Types
- The Potentiflator
- How To Get Perfect Starter Coromon
- Skill Flash
- Potential Guide
13/04/2022 - Future Of Coromon - Interview!
Check out our exclusive interview with the Coromon Developers about what the future holds for the Coromon game!
31/03/2022 - Coromon Release Date
Coromon is to be released on Steam on 31st March 2022! Despite the Nintendo Switch version being delayed, players will be able to use the cross-platform save feature to continue their Coromon Adventure's on the Switch if they start playing on Steam.
Still no word yet of when the Coromon Switch Release date is.