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Mar 1, 2012 | 3:56 AM EST

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It's a wild mix of multiplayer tactics and action!

Lead a team of savage monkeys that got their hands on
mighty weapons: coconuts, palm leafs and tiger jaws!
Can you outsmart your opponents?

Reviews


nickgerznickgerz

Rated 1 / 5 stars

So its just random chance that you will win or lose. There isnt much strategy at all. Graphics were ok but it was quite boring and not much incentive to play twice.



whitemangwhitemang

Rated 3 / 5 stars

i agree



bart4presidentbart4president

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Some thoughts about this game:

My first impression is that the game definitely has had serious effort put into it. Yet I am not sure about the direction. For one, the graphics are clean and the GUI is well thought out and put together. Furthermore 3D graphics are always eye candy, especially in flash games. On that note, I'd personally would have invested a bit more on the monkey's models as they look rather cheap. Almost as if they were bought out of the 20$ bargain section of a 3D model site.

As for the gameplay, well its basically rock-paper-scissors on a grid. It's not immediately clear to me what the overall point of the strategy is. In fact, nothing reeled me in about the gameplay and I decided to quit after 10 minutes of playing the game. There isn't much depth in the strategy that I can see and thus, not much of a challenge/payoff at least for me.

With that said, I think there might be some folks that find value in this game. Perhaps a demographic of 7-12 years of age will find a thrill with this. Thus on kindergarden gaming sites this would be a hit, but on Newgrounds, it might pass... barely.


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GameGerm responds:

Hey, thanks for the feedback. I agree with most of the remarks. You have to play against real people to feel the fun of the game, the computer is there just as an additional option. Also, we are planning to add more gameplay in the future, such as power-ups, which I think would make it more diverse.