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Moko Moko

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As the first game by my Humble Games, Moko Moko is a nostalgic clone of a 1987 game called Batty. Its main feature is the multiplayer mode, which is much more fun. You play in two on the same keyboard and you choose if it's good to cooperate or make your pal die first. We believe it's the only browser-based brick and paddle game with multiplayer.

Also it features these funny creatures called Mokos, which look ridiculously innocent. But with the shooting bonus, they get angrier than you'd expect.

30 levels of nostalgia, some of which to be played by night...

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This game is really great. Nice graphics and a 2player mode! I like it! Also thanks for your adding at clashflash.com!


Wow, dude, you managed to repackage Breakout. Your flash skills are amazing. Your creativity, boundless! ... Not.

super fun game devil mode rules!

super fun game devil mode rules!
great gameplay!
you guys make some good games there!

Staying Defensive Is The Key

This certainly reminds me when I was a little child how much often I would have played a similar game like this one in the arcades, except for the fact that when items would be coming out of the bricks, they would often always appear in the form of different colors and letters, scrolling downwards like hot butter off a toasted bread. Then you have to be conservative and decide whether you want to pick up the item or bounce the ball back with your paddle. It is also funny to mention how I can't come up with the title for the name of the game. Hmm... still, it is quite cute, in a way. ^_^ The multiplayer option was neat. Great designing!

Oh hey, wow.

I honestly didn't expect much when I tried out this game, I've had experience with breaking brick games in the past and each seemed to be just a rip off of the last, however I got a nice little surprise when I tried this one.

First the graphics. Right up front I was greeted with a title screen that instantly transported me back to the old Nintendo/Super Nintendo games of the past. The Graphics were soft and pleasant to the eyes, while also being quite cheerful. My only problem would have to be the bright colors near the paddle/Moko Moko guy at the bottom. They were too similar and really put a hurt on the eyes trying to focus on him, so you might wanna try darkening one of them up.

For the sound effects they were nice and fit the game perfectly, and while I was saddened at the lack of background music it didn't detract from the game too much.

As for the actual game play I noticed right off the controls for him were a little laggy and tended to drag, and while they didn't take away too much from the game they did get a little troublesome at times. The power ups were fun though I would suggest putting a shorter limit(if indeed a limit there is) on the angry face/shooter, otherwise the game becomes easy once it comes into play.

All in all a fun addicting game that I'll probably be playing again in the near future.

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4.25 / 5.00

Apr 23, 2008
10:53 AM EDT