Highschool of the Apes

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Author Comments

It was the Fall of 2000. I had joined Newgrounds to lend my graphic design skills to the website: I created the new tank logo, most of the fist
level icons, and the older bitmap style icons that are sprinkled around the site.

Tom Fulp and I thought that a parody of "Planet of the Apes" was needed, especially because we heard Tim
Burton was doing a re-make of the film. So, "HighSchool of the Apes" was born!

I didn't have much experience with Flash, so once I had finished the art stuff I tried to soak in all Tom's Flash knowledge. The result was this choose-your-own-adventure game that I hope you enjoy!

NOTE FROM TOM: This was previously showcased as a non-Portal submission, hence the more recent submission date.

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This was a true classic I played this thru many different times and it was just perfect very humorous and the monkey sounds were hilarious



It was abit freaky with the reactions of the apes, it was hard to know what to do at first, that was probably becuse the buttons were hard to see, but it was neat after i figured it all, nice game...

Add better revealing buttons, and more of a story form would be neat


I played this for the first time when I was 7 years old lmfao! I got like all the endings XD

I'm 18 now and this game is still fun as hell

I remember this old gem.

Wow I cant believe I got a hot date with a monkey girl and got to see her rainbow ass. Ah they dont make games like they used to

Credits & Info

4.18 / 5.00

Feb 20, 2002
12:52 PM EST
Adventure - Point 'n Click
  • Review Crew Pick February 27, 2002
  • Daily Feature February 21, 2002